My Spotify Playlists
DJ Ian Kingsley's Playlists
The ideal way to listen to Spotify online is to download the app - but their website is another option. There is a free version of Spotify which plays with ads. Downloads here! If you want free access to over 70 million songs at a reasonable monthly rate it is well worth subscribing to get a Spotify Premium account. You don't need to buy songs after that! And you can download your favourite tracks to listen offline.
As a non-subscriber, if you click the play buttons below, you will just get a short sample of songs from that playlist. Because these are separate playlists, selecting a song from more than one list at once will play them simultaneously! So pause all but one!
If you have friends who use Spotify and who you think would like my style of music, tell then about my Top Tracks Playlist. After opening Spotify they need to search on "dj ian kingsley". If you have friends who are not yet believers, listening to this playlist, which mixes in a few CCM songs, will demonstrate how many churches have moved on from traditional services to something far more lively. You could be doing them a HUGE favour!
New Artists & Fresh Sounds
Often these will be new artists - but sometimes they will be a fresh sound from an artist you know. I always play a 'Fresh Sound Artist' on my 'Maintenance Dose' show. Some, however, might be a little bit too 'fresh' for the show, but if you like the really modern ones and want to find some new artists then try this playlist. The 'favourites' shown with a heart are the ones most likely to get picked for the show. I shall be adding to these playlists.
About Spotify FREE!
If you are already a Spotify user then the embedded playlists here should take you to your app. If not and you want to try out the free version of Spotify then go ahead - but the experience, with annoying ads and limited features, is almost certainly designed to make you want to become a Premium member and forget about all that annoyance.
Spotify Premium is a GREAT streaming service and I would recommend it: who needs to BUY music downloads when such a huge library is at your command? The big plus: your favourites can be downloaded for playing offline.