It’s that time of year again: the time to decide on a holiday playlist for your Christmas party. But many people don’t know what to pick for their electronic music Christmas playlist, so here are 5 tips for choosing your Christmas music.
1. Choose songs with a good beat. An electronic Christmas music album should have songs with a good beat and danceable rhythms. You want to be able to dance to the music, not fall asleep listening to it.
2. Decide if you want instrumental or vocal songs in your playlist. Some people like instrumental Christmas albums while others prefer vocal. A good rule of thumb is that if there are children at your party, you should choose instrumental music because children and teens tend to get tired of songs with lyrics quickly and will lose interest in them after hearing them only a few times during the holiday season.
3. Choose an artist who has been around for awhile or is popular now so you can be sure that the artist knows how to produce good quality electronic music. You don’t want an album of poor quality because it will sound bad and make your guests uncomfortable or leave them feeling disappointed with the party experience all together!
4. Look through different artists’ albums before deciding which one(s) you’ll purchase this
Holiday music, if chosen properly, will get your audience into the holiday spirit and keep them dancing all night long. Here are 5 tips for choosing the right tunes for your electronic Christmas party.
1. Choose Your Theme
Think about the type of Christmas music you want to play at your party. Is it going to be holiday classics, house remixes or a fusion of the two? Will it be a funky disco themed party or more of an 80s vibe? You can even choose a particular artist or genre that you think your guests will enjoy.
2. Play Music For All Ages
Make sure you play a variety of music so that all ages can relate to some songs. If you play only remixes, then you might lose some people in the crowd who prefer classics and vice versa. A good idea is to choose half classic hits and half remixes so everyone is happy.
3. Create A Playlist
One of the best ways to ensure you don’t miss any tracks is by creating a playlist before the event. This way, you won’t forget any songs and the party will flow smoothly from one song to the next. It’s also a good idea to have a backup plan in case there are any technical glitches with your equipment on the night
It’s the holiday season which means it’s time to put together your Christmas music playlist. Let’s be honest, there are so many Christmas albums out there and it can be hard to choose what you like. I like to listen to a lot of different styles of music. From classical, to pop and even electronic dance music, I love it all! But when it comes to Christmas music, I like something that is upbeat and fun.
So here are 5 tips for choosing your Christmas music:
1. Find an album that has a mix of traditional songs with a modern flare. It’s fun to hear old songs that you’ve been listening to for years with a new twist on them. An example of this would be Trans-Siberian Orchestra or Mannheim Steamroller.
2. If you have an eclectic style of taste in music like me, find an album that has a selection of classical songs with some pop mixed in as well. A few years back Target had an album called “Jingle All The Way” which had both types of songs on it and I thought it was fantastic because you got the best of both worlds!
3. Another great way to choose your holiday music is by picking out your top five favorite Christmas songs and then find albums
If you’re planning on hosting a Christmas party, you probably want to have some fun music to listen to. But you might be surprised at the number of options that are out there for your holiday party. It can be tough to know what type of music you should choose.
Here are five tips that should help make choosing your Christmas music easier:
1. Find out what kind of music your guests like
2. Think about the theme or mood that you want for the party
3. Choose songs that everyone will enjoy
4. Choose a mix of fast and slow songs
5. Consider hiring a DJ or band
The holidays are approaching and it’s time to start thinking about your Christmas music. If you play in a band or DJ, you might want to think about adding some holiday music to your set list. Here are five tips for choosing the right Christmas songs for your band or event.
1. Keep it simple: Holiday music is often more complicated than most of the pop music you play. There are lots of lyrics and intricate harmonies. It may be tempting to learn one of these complex songs but we recommend keeping it simple. If you are learning a song, pick something with only three chords or less and not too many words (like Jingle Bells). If you are writing an original song, stick with just one verse and a chorus and keep the melody simple (like We Wish You A Merry Christmas).
2. Have fun with it: There are lots of funny holiday themed songs out there (like The 12 Days of Christmas) that can be a great addition to your set list or event playlist. If you’re going to play something humorous, keep in mind that not everyone is familiar with the same songs. You could also consider writing your own funny song using a familiar tune such as The 12 Days of Christmas or Deck the Halls.
1. Make a playlist
The beauty of electronic Christmas music is that you can make a playlist that your entire family will enjoy. Nowadays, it’s easy to make a playlist on Spotify or Apple Music and share it with everyone in the house. You can also create your own playlist on YouTube, which has most of the best Christmas songs available. If you have a large family, you might want to create multiple playlists and have everyone pick one or two songs from each list. This way, everyone gets a chance to listen to their favorite Christmas carols.
2. Consider using different genres
While some people like traditional Christmas music such as Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas Is You” or Bryan Adams’ “Christmas Time,” others prefer something more modern such as “Last Christmas” by Wham! or “Santa Tell Me” by Ariana Grande. If you’re having a holiday party and want your guests to enjoy themselves, consider creating multiple playlists with different music genres in between. Electronic music is a good place to start because it has something for everyone: smooth jazz, hip-hop, classical, and even rock/pop mixes are all great options for creating an eclectic holiday party soundtrack!
3. Don’t forget about lyrics
Each year, I spend a lot of time looking for the best Christmas music I can find. I love all kinds of Christmas music. I like classical, jazz, contemporary, and almost anything else that is done well.
As an electronic musician, however, I am on the lookout for some really good electronic Christmas music. This is often hard to find. Many people are not aware that electronic music is one of the most popular genres of music today.
Many people think that electronic music has to be really “weird” or “out there”. It doesn’t have to be! There are lots of great electronic musicians out there who are doing some really nice things with the genre.
Here are some tips for finding some great electronic Christmas music: