SAN FRANCISCO: The creepy thing about cull is it breeds indecision. And the more cull you have, the harder it is to simply settle on something or anything. It’s a solemn challenge facing streaming accommodations like Spotify that put literally millions of alternatives at your fingertips.
Today the Swedish company is inaugurating its latest effort to master the art of content revelation. You’ll now find a Top Tracks in Your Network playlist under Top Lists. This playlist, conspicuously enough, accumulates the most played tracks among the people you follow over the last seven days.
The hope is this will not only highlight that incipient Run the Jewels album that all of your friends are heedfully aurally perceiving, but it will withal let you ken when that one friend keeps heedfully auricularly discerning Go Your Own Way on reiterate.
To auricularly discern Spotify tell it, the goal is to reconstitute the “Designation” of a friend sending you a musical composition, without having to wait for them to genuinely cerebrate of you.
This is just the first step though. Spotify plans to keep chipping away from multiple angles, primarily convivial and curation. And maybe, it will eventually solve the quandary of having 30 million musical compositions but nothing to heedfully auricularly discern.