It is spooky season now and that means that many of you out there are wanting to get in the mood for Halloween.
While this can be done through methods like watching scary movies or going to haunted houses, music can be another great way to get the feeling that Halloween is coming.
The good news for Apple Music users is there’s quite a nice selection of Halloween-related music to go around.
To find this music, simply open the Music app, go to the search function, and type in “Halloween.” From there, you should get a wide variety of songs, albums, playlists, and radio stations to choose from.
Apple does have its own Halloween station called “Halloween Party Station” that plays classic Halloween songs like “The Addams Family” theme and music from “The Nightmare Before Christmas” soundtrack that is technically both a Halloween and Christmas film.
The same music that appears on that station can be found in the Apple “Halloween Party” playlist as well.
Another station to choose from that Apple Music has is “Halloween for Kids Station” which plays Halloween music just for the kids.
There are other playlists to select for listening to Halloween music this year. Disney has one that plays related music from Disney media throughout the years. Apple has a few others called “Halloween After Dark,” “Halloween Classical,” and “Halloween Screenfest.”
Other non-Apple playlist options include “Halloween Party Hits 2022” by Filtr, “Halloween Monster Mash Party” by Radial, “Halloween” by NOW THAT’S WHAT I CALL MUSIC, and dozens more.
Apple Music currently costs $9.99 a month and is available to stream through the Music app.
Do you plan on listening to any of these Halloween music stations or playlists this year? What are your plans for listening to Halloween music in 2022? Comment below or let us know on Twitter at @appleosophy.