To play, you turn on whatever computer music player you use and put it on Shuffle.
Choose your fandom.
Write a drabble related to each song that plays. You only have the time frame of the song to finish the drabble; you start when the song starts and stop when it's over. No going back to change things (except typos and such, of course) or add new sentences on, once the song is done.
For each one I'll put the title of the song, who recorded it (for pop songs), and the length of the song.
Mozart Symphony No. 40 3:45
The world of police work was foreign, exciting, and magical in a macabre, Edward Gorey kind of way. Richard Castle loved the grimy halls of the precinct, the stark paleness of the interrogation room, the old chairs in the break lounge. Every time he came to the 12th, he felt like Alice falling down the rabbit hole into a new, exciting world where something was always happening. Sure, he loved the familiarity of home and the comfort of his apartment and glossy celebrity life, but that had become a familiar old story, like a book he'd read over and over. The precinct was like discovering a new author he'd never heard of before but loved instantly, with a series of books that never ended—day upon exciting day, filling his life with new stories. And there was one story he liked best of all. A story with a face and a name.