I know I’ve talked about being a part of a very special group of bloggers called the Samhain Society, but today, I dug deep into fellow society members’ blogs (with a LOT of help from them) and found some pretty stellar playlists to help you add some awesome acoustics to your October.
My pal Miranda put together a playlist I’ve been COMPLETELY abusing all through August and September. I just can’t stop. It’s been my go-to playlist when I really need to get those spooky vibes a flowing, but not get caught up in the spooky tunes so I can focus on the task I’m trying to complete. Need something a little more upbeat? Don’t worry, Spooky’s got you covered!
Although this list is older in creation, the coolest part is that the Mr. and Mrs. continue to add to this very comprehensive list constantly. It’s a huge list, but you’ll never know what wonders you’ll discover within it!
There’s just something about New Orleans that has spooky in its’ soul all year round and Andrew put together a playlist that completely captures it. Voodoo not your thing? Well lucky for you, Andrew has a PLETHORA of playlists to choose from!
I love ghosts. They are probably one of the monsters I associate with Halloween most. Mike has put together the perfect playlist of haunting ghostly melodies sure to bring about a swinging wake. 😉 This is the perfect playlist to play during a haunted house party or even a lesser themed Halloween Bash. But maybe ghosts aren’t your thing? That’s ok! The AHG has you covered with playlists for witches, vampires, and even Halloween vintage if you so need.
Kristy put together a collection of her favorite spooky selections to help you get started with creating your own Halloween playlist. Don’t you find that extremely helpful? Like all of us, she knows there’s just so many songs out there to choose from, but her list is definitely worth browsing through.
I love a good movie theme, don’t you? Alexandra put together a very well curated collection of some of the most haunting of themes alongside some of the most famous ones. It’s very enjoyable listening where you don’t feel like you need to know the words but have the memories all the same.
Do you have a favorite playlist? Be sure to share with me in the comments!