Question submitted by @theaj42
I used this Instrumental Study Playlist when I need to focus on work - Instrumental Study
I highly recommend it!
Not a playlist, but I love FIP radio. From Wikipedia:
The concept behind FIP has scarcely changed since its founding: free music interrupted only for traffic updates, occasional announcements about forthcoming events, and a short news bulletin at 10 minutes before the hour. The programming features all types of music genres including chanson, classical, film music, jazz, pop rock, world music and blues, but with careful attention paid to smooth and unobtrusive transition from one song to the other (for example, the rock’n’roll song Roll Over Beethoven can be preceded by a short sonata of Beethoven).
Twitter founder Jack Dorsey is also a big fan:
You’re welcomed to follow my list I’m curating! I can’t listen to anything with a lot of lyrics and prefer, chill electronic that won’t put you to sleep. it’s like engaging but not too engaging if you know what I mean. Hahaha
I’m not allowed to post links yet so I guess if you want the link, you can DM me