Here are three works which are safe to listen to, even in public.
Almost incendiary eve
A poetic retelling of the Sherlock story. Liner notes include the poem which inspired it.
Curse words: none
Johnlock: none (except to say "The man he loved")
Reader: the science of obsession
Smooth sounding. May get you weird looks because of the artyness of it. Sounds very literary. Dramatic, bit over the top. Nice dramatic music.
2.5 out of 5 Mostly because I don't like stories that are too Artsy.
You call me like the moon
A Sherlock story where John is a werewolf and was part of the K9 unit in Afghanistan. Sherlock finds out.
Caution: One mention of being naked.
A Sherlock/lycanthropy story will probably be weird to most people.
3.5 out of 5 Sort of cute, but I think that werewolves and Sherlock are a weird AU mix.
Sherlock solves a case involving a domestic murder, a young chess whiz, and an antique chess board.
Caution: Parents/guardians accused of murdering each other.
Gotta say I love this one. From the cheesy violin music to Sherlock's snarky comments to the counselor.
4.5 out of 5 True to the spirit of the original stories with a surprising ending.