My Spotify playlists, let me show you them

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talk me down off the (ledge), Friday, 6 February 2009 12:30 (eight years ago) Permalink

Someone posted a post punk/ synthpop playlist link on the other thread- any chance of a re-up?

zero learnt from nero (Neil S), Friday, 6 February 2009 12:31 (eight years ago) Permalink

RawP's ILX Feb 09 list for starters: http://open.spotify.com/user/raw_patrick/playlist/5QqAXZcbQtPFL0w1ShUiem

O Supermanchiros (blueski), Friday, 6 February 2009 12:32 (eight years ago) Permalink

Spotify would be the ideal place to host the famous ILM Rough Guides... if people are willing to put in the hard work (and if their catalogue is up to the job). The threads:

The Rough Guide to . . .
The Rough Guide Two...
The Rough Guide Part 3 (and general redux) - 15 tracks max or one CD only
A Rough Guide To ILM Touchstones

talk me down off the (ledge), Friday, 6 February 2009 12:34 (eight years ago) Permalink

Hmm I might have a go at that on Sunday...

zero learnt from nero (Neil S), Friday, 6 February 2009 12:52 (eight years ago) Permalink

Someone posted a post punk/ synthpop playlist link on the other thread- any chance of a re-up?

Doubt Beat

Jamie T Smith, Friday, 6 February 2009 13:09 (eight years ago) Permalink

Great, thanks Jamie!

zero learnt from nero (Neil S), Friday, 6 February 2009 13:09 (eight years ago) Permalink

And I've just started a Prince album tracks one, but I've made it collaborative, so if anyone wants to add a load of stuff, particularly off all the more recent albums, which I don't know at all, go for it.

Prince LP Trax

I think this is what it could be really good for, collabortaive lists to accompany POX threads or whatever.

I've been re-reading Vahid's proto-kozmigroovers and Jaxon's jazz goes pop jazz goes disco threads and listening to all those records on Spotify.

Jamie T Smith, Friday, 6 February 2009 13:17 (eight years ago) Permalink

I'm working on a Paradise Garage playlist, but there's a way to go yet.

mike t-diva, Friday, 6 February 2009 13:53 (eight years ago) Permalink

Hopefully someone will post a ILX best of 2008 Poll playlist.

Shallow Gravy (Billy Dods), Friday, 6 February 2009 14:10 (eight years ago) Permalink

I've been working on that as well, but there are a surprising number of not-founds.

mike t-diva, Friday, 6 February 2009 14:23 (eight years ago) Permalink

ILM Tracks of 2008 (currently missing "Whispers", "House Jam", "The Long Way Home", "National Shite Day", "Minimal", "Official Girl", "Bongo Jam", "Entropy Reigns", "Until We Bleed").

mike t-diva, Friday, 6 February 2009 17:31 (eight years ago) Permalink

UK Top 40 singles (plus a few stragglers)

mike t-diva, Friday, 6 February 2009 17:38 (eight years ago) Permalink

ILM Rough Guide to Britpop.

mike t-diva, Friday, 6 February 2009 18:06 (eight years ago) Permalink

Comic Songs and other amusing novelties

This playlist is collaborative so feel free to add to it.

Shallow Gravy (Billy Dods), Friday, 6 February 2009 18:12 (eight years ago) Permalink

ILM Rough Guide to Baggy.

mike t-diva, Friday, 6 February 2009 23:44 (eight years ago) Permalink

ILM Rough Guide to Industro-Pop.

mike t-diva, Friday, 6 February 2009 23:51 (eight years ago) Permalink

ILM Rough Guide to Techstep. (All 7 tracks of it...)

mike t-diva, Friday, 6 February 2009 23:57 (eight years ago) Permalink

NME Critics' Singles Poll 1981.
(41 tracks out of 50 found)

mike t-diva, Thursday, 12 February 2009 19:30 (eight years ago) Permalink

Great idea, ledge!

Safe Boating is No Accident (G00blar), Thursday, 12 February 2009 19:38 (eight years ago) Permalink

Well let's just hope they stay afloat so this isn't all in vain. And that they add more obscuro '80s and '90s stuff to the catalogue or these will remain incomplete:

ILM Rough Guide to the Bo Diddley Beat
ILM Rough Guide to Vocoders etc
ILM Rough Guide to Electro (all 6 tracks)

cat anatomy expert (ledge), Friday, 13 February 2009 17:54 (eight years ago) Permalink

ILM Rough Guide to Neil Young (missing "This Note's For You

Safe Boating is No Accident (G00blar), Friday, 13 February 2009 18:16 (eight years ago) Permalink

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Safe Boating is No Accident (G00blar), Friday, 13 February 2009 18:16 (eight years ago) Permalink

Helpful (perhaps obvious) hint: the no. of tracks returned in a search list is limited, you may get more if you click through to the artist. And you can search for/jump to tracks there just by typing the start of the name.

cat anatomy expert (ledge), Friday, 13 February 2009 18:24 (eight years ago) Permalink

ILM Rough Guide to David Bowie (missing Drowned Girl)

cat anatomy expert (ledge), Friday, 13 February 2009 18:29 (eight years ago) Permalink

ILM Rough Guide to Orbital (missing You Lot)

cat anatomy expert (ledge), Friday, 13 February 2009 18:46 (eight years ago) Permalink

Nearly all of the Rough Guide to Early-Mid 60s Nashville.

Leon Brambles (G00blar), Saturday, 14 February 2009 12:29 (eight years ago) Permalink

ILX 2007 Tracks Poll Results

Several tracks missing (Radiohead,Spoon...) and sadly no Ewan Pearson remix of Cortney Tidwell but still gets the bulk of the list.

Shallow Gravy (Billy Dods), Saturday, 14 February 2009 17:14 (eight years ago) Permalink

ILM 2008 Albums Poll Results

To be completed, obv. And I could only find 20 of the 40, and one of them's the wrong version of the album... but still, it's something...

mike t-diva, Saturday, 14 February 2009 19:23 (eight years ago) Permalink

ILX 2007 Tracks Poll Results
Erm, this is 2008...?

mike t-diva, Saturday, 14 February 2009 19:26 (eight years ago) Permalink

Oh crap, ignore me. I've been down the pub.

mike t-diva, Saturday, 14 February 2009 19:27 (eight years ago) Permalink

These are brilliant - keep them coming, and thanks for the work involved so far.

Bob Six, Sunday, 15 February 2009 00:02 (eight years ago) Permalink

The Face - Best Singles of 1986

mike t-diva, Sunday, 15 February 2009 00:16 (eight years ago) Permalink

OMFG I WAS JUST LISTENING TO THAT PLAYLIST ABOVE AND COMPILING THE ROUGH GUIDE TO SOFT ROCK, AND JUST AS I ADDED VAN HALEN WHY CAN'T THIS BE LOVE, VAN HALEN WHY CAN'T THIS BE LOVE CAME ON

cat anatomy expert (ledge), Sunday, 15 February 2009 01:13 (eight years ago) Permalink

and no i didn't double click or anything, it was definitely playing from the 'the face' playlist.

Anyway, three or four omissions in each of these, but still a decent selection.
ILM Rough Guide to Soft Rock
ILM Rough Guide to R&B, 91-96

cat anatomy expert (ledge), Sunday, 15 February 2009 01:15 (eight years ago) Permalink

Spotify playlists to replace the mixtape?

Josh L, Sunday, 15 February 2009 12:24 (eight years ago) Permalink

Melody Maker Critics' Poll - 1988 Singles.

Only a 50% success rate on this selection, but it captures the essence.

mike t-diva, Sunday, 15 February 2009 13:37 (eight years ago) Permalink

Spotify playlists to replace the mixtape?

The mix-what now?

Chewshabadoo, Friday, 20 February 2009 11:14 (eight years ago) Permalink

two weeks pass...

(All but a few missing tracks of) some dude's double-disc SD mix from You Got De Steely Dan Mixtape

f f murray abraham (G00blar), Sunday, 8 March 2009 12:15 (eight years ago) Permalink

Pitchfork Top 100 2008

NotEnough, Sunday, 15 March 2009 19:06 (eight years ago) Permalink

ILM Top 100 Tracks of the 70s (includes a few inferior alternative versions of songs inc. 'More More More' because the originals aren't there, and a couple of replacements for songs not on there at all) - and sorry it's ordered topdown

Hard House SugBanton (blueski), Sunday, 15 March 2009 19:12 (eight years ago) Permalink

Really good. I've now become a Spotify subscriber - more out of a sense that I support what they're doing and hope they fully succeed, more than finding the adverts irritating.

Bob Six, Sunday, 15 March 2009 20:07 (eight years ago) Permalink

yeah i'm subscribing too now. gotta support the good service.

having said that it's just stopped scrobbling for some reason...

Hard House SugBanton (blueski), Sunday, 15 March 2009 20:13 (eight years ago) Permalink

As I moaned on the other thread: hasn't scrobbled properly for me (or a shitload of other Mac users) for two weeks now; despite a lengthy thread on Get Satisfaction in which a Spotify chap promised us they'd worked out what the problem was, we're still waiting on the upgrade. Given that it was an (unwanted/un-asked-for/forced-upon-us) upgrade that fucked it in the first place, I've kind of gone off it a bit.

Yeh, I know, wau wau wau, whining about a service that gives me free music, etc ... ach, see the other thread for my semi-feeble justification.

Atoms are "balls" (grimly fiendish), Monday, 16 March 2009 02:13 (eight years ago) Permalink

New ILM Spring collabo playlist.

Mylene Cockfarmer (Raw Patrick), Monday, 16 March 2009 21:13 (eight years ago) Permalink

Really busy at the mo' but thought I'd throw this out... feel free to add to it any music that 18 month old twins might like.

They usually get played Woody & Leadbelly, trad R&R, doo-wop (especially!), and the boy gets terribly excited jumping up and down to that Come on "Baby, Let's Go Down Town" song on Tonight's the Night!

Toddlermusik-Bend My Children's Minds

Rombald, Monday, 16 March 2009 21:38 (eight years ago) Permalink

Useless thing.. let me try this again:

Toddlermusik-Bend My Children's Minds

Rombald, Monday, 16 March 2009 21:43 (eight years ago) Permalink

New ILM Spring collabo playlist.

woah that Phil Collins track is v Phoenixy - nice

Hard House SugBanton (blueski), Monday, 16 March 2009 22:06 (eight years ago) Permalink

oh nm, I see this was covered upthread. Still...fucking beautiful!

Ⓓⓡ. (Johnny Fever), Sunday, 1 January 2017 15:43 (six months ago) Permalink

Thank you! I can probably fill a couple of requests if any of you want me to give it a try.

dance cum rituals (Moka), Sunday, 1 January 2017 20:17 (six months ago) Permalink

R u a graphic designer?

Spottie, Monday, 2 January 2017 02:29 (six months ago) Permalink

I was for a while in a previous encarnation.

dance cum rituals (Moka), Monday, 2 January 2017 03:42 (six months ago) Permalink

Cool. Dig those covers and your poll images.

Spottie, Monday, 2 January 2017 03:56 (six months ago) Permalink

two weeks pass...

I started a playlist for the music I plan to listen to inspired by today's inauguration:

https://open.spotify.com/user/djperry1973/playlist/0UzUIhTNXuKCma2qML5R7U

(The caption: “fine dining.”) (DJP), Friday, 20 January 2017 16:27 (six months ago) Permalink

AWESOME

illegal economic migration (Tracer Hand), Friday, 20 January 2017 17:28 (six months ago) Permalink

one month passes...

Been working on this for a while: https://open.spotify.com/user/seandalai/playlist/0oqcs5fSW5j8clZ6DGy8Ns

Music for late night dreaming in the tropics, featuring Iasos, Kashif, Alice Coltrane, CFCF, bookended by Lonnie Liston Smith...

Headphone Jack (seandalai), Friday, 24 February 2017 00:13 (four months ago) Permalink

I have a late night playlist too

https://open.spotify.com/user/shinsuzuki/playlist/4kY95dIcTqFDUY0A2TAMfy

Shin Oliva Suzuki, Friday, 24 February 2017 02:26 (four months ago) Permalink

Seandalai, these are the kind of chill vibes I need in my life. Serenity now!!!

Al Moon Faced Poon (Moodles), Friday, 24 February 2017 04:31 (four months ago) Permalink

Hahaha mine is more cliche and boring... meant for lonely, insomniac nights;

https://open.spotify.com/user/moteldemoka/playlist/3JxQgEsjlvZAUGl1lpzRNF

dance cum rituals (Moka), Friday, 24 February 2017 08:57 (four months ago) Permalink

seandalai this tropical dreaming playlist is really hitting the spot, or rather gently tickling it

ogmor, Friday, 24 February 2017 13:59 (four months ago) Permalink

this is not my playlist and some ilxors may frown at the acclaimed music concept, but it's a decent mix of classics and forgotten hits and it's almost infinite https://open.spotify.com/user/frazze/playlist/4W6ci4nxq4vxYL9iCCtXFs

wish it included more genres - anyone recommend a similar playlist broader in scope?

niels, Saturday, 25 February 2017 14:13 (four months ago) Permalink

this is my 80s cheese playlist, often helps at sleep times

https://play.spotify.com/user/123632103/playlist/7vDD6WtbPNW5SYoOJDtZ8v

waht, I am true black metal worrior (Neanderthal), Saturday, 25 February 2017 14:25 (four months ago) Permalink

sorry, in the preferred format: https://open.spotify.com/user/123632103/playlist/7vDD6WtbPNW5SYoOJDtZ8v

waht, I am true black metal worrior (Neanderthal), Saturday, 25 February 2017 14:25 (four months ago) Permalink

this is my very incoherent Brazilian music playlist. Although kind of shows how diverse BR music can be. and I guess most of them are not the typical 'rough guide' tracks

https://open.spotify.com/user/shinsuzuki/playlist/1KScB7My1yefWMBvRypx7R

Shin Oliva Suzuki, Sunday, 26 February 2017 16:31 (four months ago) Permalink

My loosely defined 'balaeric' playlist: https://open.spotify.com/user/millmeister/playlist/2w659opjEdfQ2EsniyA1xy

millmeister, Monday, 27 February 2017 11:22 (four months ago) Permalink

xp will check the Brazilian playslist. Looks good!

millmeister, Monday, 27 February 2017 11:48 (four months ago) Permalink

one month passes...

so when i'm playing my video game on the ps4 i will just pick some random playlist to listen to. i will try to find ones with tons of songs and ones that aren't like 8 tracks from the same album one after the other and i usually always listen to bass/electronic/house/techno/rap because electronic stuff just sounds the best in the canned airless universe that is spotify. perlon and kompakt stuff is tops on there.

anyway, is there a name for the phenomena where long seemingly random playlists of genre stuff all start to sound....not the same...but weirdly okay even if its stuff you wouldn't buy/listen to on your own or even if its stuff you thought you didn't like? maybe that makes no sense. i think i remember this when cable t.v. started adding tons of genre digital radio stations. and maybe it is the effect of compressed digital streaming or something. i was listening to a 700 song rap playlist last night and it all sounded fine whether it was classic stuff or stuff i have liked for years or stuff i'd never heard or stuff i just don't need a lot of. nas and biggie and mobb deep and big noyd and 50 cent and paris and xzibit were playing and it didn't really matter who it was it all blended together and so much of really doesn't blend together in any other setting. it was't wallpaper or muzak...but just there. nothing popped out. even D12 sounded fine next to a tribe called quest and i don't really go out of my way to listen to D12. it all ended up feeling like its on the same level.

i don't know. maybe i'm crazy. or maybe i don't listen to really well-made mixes/playlists. i just get this flattening feeling. i guess its the same as that satellite radio feeling.

scott seward, Monday, 24 April 2017 19:47 (two months ago) Permalink

there are algorithms that rate specific qualities of sound, bpm, dynamics, etc to create similarity rankings among songs. it's possible that playlist is the result of using one of those.

illegal economic migration (Tracer Hand), Tuesday, 25 April 2017 12:55 (two months ago) Permalink

that must be it. i listened to a microhouse playlist last night where everything sounded pretty distinct - within the confines of spotify sound - and different tracks did stand out, etc.

i am not a long-time user of the service...

scott seward, Tuesday, 25 April 2017 14:56 (two months ago) Permalink

I am happy to take algorithmic credit for this.

(But it's pretty unlikely that's the explanation. The acoustic analysis is usually much better at eliminating acoustic outliers than it is at producing subjective consistency. And unless the playlist is personalized or one of mine like The Sound/Pulse/Edge of X, it was probably just made by a person anyway.)

glenn mcdonald, Tuesday, 25 April 2017 15:22 (two months ago) Permalink

Hi Glenn, I have a nitpicky Spotify issue that you might be able to address. For no discernible reason, the discography of Magma (the 70s prog one) is divided into two separate artist pages, both called "Magma." This seems like it should be pretty easy to consolidate into one page, yes? A similar issue exists for Sun Ra with his various Arkestras, though that situation is better than it used to be.

J. Sam, Tuesday, 25 April 2017 16:16 (two months ago) Permalink

anyway, is there a name for the phenomena where long seemingly random playlists of genre stuff all start to sound....not the same...but weirdly okay even if its stuff you wouldn't buy/listen to on your own or even if its stuff you thought you didn't like?

i think this is how most people listen to music. last year i was a couple nights into an annual float trip with my high school buddies in MO. per tradition, we went to one of those post-apocalyptic campsites by a river where there are dozens of separate groups, some families, some loud teenz, unpaid budweiser endorsers who connected their pickup trucks, rear bumper to rear bumper, so they could put a ping pong table up on the combined beds. it was no use trying to sleep until the campsite calmed down around 2-3am, so lots of people just drunkenly stumbled from one group of cars and tents to another. some real hunter s thompson shit. anyway, i don't know why i'm bringing all that up except that in those situations, touring lots of different social groups, most of whom were blasting music...i don't know where i'm going with this, sorry. i think at some point i was going to pivot back to our own campsite, where even 3/4 out of our minds on various substances we were carefully curating the upcoming tracks on our playlist, and how unusual and wrong it seemed. i don't know. there are plenty of people who feel an urgent need to control the stereo on a road trip, or will let the imperfect soundtrack to a house party ruin their evening. but for the most part, i think people are just happy to hear randomly selected tracks from a genre they know decently well enough to recognize a song every once in a while.

Karl Malone, Tuesday, 25 April 2017 16:48 (two months ago) Permalink

It's easy to get all pop-Frederic Jameson but there must be some sort of reification of the flattening of affect with regards to streaming - both in terms of tonal quality and, concomitantly, emotional response. Like, equalisation automatically flattens everything to some degree, but shuffling also always seems to cause everything to blend together. It's like blancmange. I get a kind of shuffle-fatigue from it

The shard-borne beetle with his drowsy hums (Chinaski), Tuesday, 25 April 2017 17:28 (two months ago) Permalink

If people could pick unique artist names, it would be really helpful. I'll see if I can get Magma cleaned up...

glenn mcdonald, Tuesday, 25 April 2017 17:35 (two months ago) Permalink

Thanks, Glenn.

J. Sam, Tuesday, 25 April 2017 17:38 (two months ago) Permalink

"It's easy to get all pop-Frederic Jameson"

ha, yeah, or c&p passages from trow's context thing all day long. but! "The trivial is raised up to power. The powerful is lowered toward the trivial."

or in the case of the massively addictive and endless miami bass playlist i was listening to the other day: "the trivial is raised up to the bottom. the powerful is lowered toward the booty."

scott seward, Tuesday, 25 April 2017 19:44 (two months ago) Permalink

"I get a kind of shuffle-fatigue from it"

i get ear-fatigue. and sonic claustrophobia. i can only take an hour or two max of spotify. which is also what happened to me with digital radio years ago. but doesn't happen to me with youtube for some reason. maybe the wildly different sound sources of youtube have something to do with that. i have no idea.

scott seward, Tuesday, 25 April 2017 19:49 (two months ago) Permalink

karl's story is wild and i like it and taps into something i think about a lot

illegal economic migration (Tracer Hand), Tuesday, 25 April 2017 21:40 (two months ago) Permalink

" maybe the wildly different sound sources of youtube have something to do with that. i have no idea"

I suspect it's something to do with this, plus the use of YouTube is so much more, I don't know, kinetic (by degrees, of course). There's something too seamless about Spotify, something that encourages the kind of claustrophobia you mention.

I like Karl's story, and kind of wish I was there. My more suburban, middle-class version of that is how dinner parties (not as poncey as that sounds, hopefully) and how playlist curation has become something like a parlour game, where the selecting of the song is everything, and where the listening comes a distant second.

The shard-borne beetle with his drowsy hums (Chinaski), Wednesday, 26 April 2017 09:50 (two months ago) Permalink

how playlist curation has become something like a parlour game, where the selecting of the song is everything, and where the listening comes a distant second.

sadly otm and I'm very much part of this myself, wish I could just let it go like Karl in that story

niels, Wednesday, 26 April 2017 10:20 (two months ago) Permalink

rather than carefully constructing playlists, I like to take the approach of designing my own personal radio station. I like to have very large playlists filled with a lot of full albums. I'm pretty liberal about throwing stuff that seems interesting onto a playlist, rather than trying to find the perfect song or set of songs. This allows me to throw a playlist on shuffle and be constantly surprised by what comes up. If there are things I notice I'm consistently skipping, I remove them.

Moodles, Wednesday, 26 April 2017 14:47 (two months ago) Permalink

i listened to the best Paradise Garage playlist last night. had the best stuff on it. all the garage favorites and lesser-known Levan nuggets. of course after an hour or so i just listened to the first 5 or 10 seconds of about 50 tracks. but even that was fun. freebasing basslines.

scott seward, Wednesday, 26 April 2017 14:58 (two months ago) Permalink

I just keep a list of 2194 songs that I like and play it on random all the time.

Jeff, Wednesday, 26 April 2017 15:01 (two months ago) Permalink

^
gets it

Moodles, Wednesday, 26 April 2017 15:10 (two months ago) Permalink

yeah, but you aren't going to have 700 garage-era dance tracks on there. sometimes i'm in the mood. and i only listen while playing R:DM for PS4 anyway.

scott seward, Wednesday, 26 April 2017 15:22 (two months ago) Permalink

DJs or clubs as a focus for spotify playlists are the best

Optimo 250: https://open.spotify.com/user/alex_tea/playlist/1Qrvz1kdf2VJUO0Wjt6ROw

illegal economic migration (Tracer Hand), Wednesday, 26 April 2017 21:28 (two months ago) Permalink

Am I correct that one can make playlists available online in the 'my music' section if it's for iphone/ipad, but for the desktop app you need to make a playlist of the album and then make said playlist available offline? :-/

On Some Faraday Beach (Le Bateau Ivre), Friday, 28 April 2017 09:24 (two months ago) Permalink

sorry wrong thread

On Some Faraday Beach (Le Bateau Ivre), Friday, 28 April 2017 09:24 (two months ago) Permalink

really the answer is just to listen to new music. sounds cool. new rap especially. its made for it. i forget that sometimes. i don't listen to a ton of new music but listening to a new rap playlist on spotify is totally addictive. plus, now i am a big kodak black fan.

scott seward, Saturday, 29 April 2017 16:33 (two months ago) Permalink

three weeks pass...

This isn't mine, but dayum it's good: all the originals of songs covered by This Mortal Coil: https://open.spotify.com/user/p.mitchell2/playlist/7rpK9fGA7IhVtxwvZSDJBg

The shard-borne beetle with his drowsy hums (Chinaski), Wednesday, 24 May 2017 09:12 (one month ago) Permalink

two weeks pass...

I've spent the last year or so somewhat systematically going through the discographies of loads and loads of bands, including some genres I hadn't previously felt too knowledgable about. Album by album, artist by artist, decade by decade I slowly deleted all filler tracks and/or songs I just didn't like. II created a library of folders and broke them up by decade, genre, and artist. When Spotify allowed you to shuffle folders this made for a bunch of great radio-like playlists. The all-genres decade playlists I thought were especially great because they jumped around so much they felt like the radio but were more interesting than your typical algorithm-generated Pandora station. And, to my ears, the flow was strong because it was just curated enough as to be better than mere discography dumps. No sax solos, no skits, no weird studio outtakes or rando live bonus tracks.

Then Spotify killed the folder functionality which ruined the ease of my system. But lemons, lemonade: I made giant playlists so I could still shuffle, which means they are now shareable. Here are the first three:

1960s
1970s
1980s

These are all massive playlists - 3,000-4,000 songs. And they'll continue to grow. There are probably some glaring omissions in each (either due to my dislike or I just haven't gotten through them yet). But as they are I think they're still a nice "radio" alternative if you're so inclined. I'll share the later decades once I've finished making them.

sctttnnnt (pgwp), Sunday, 11 June 2017 22:30 (one month ago) Permalink

Looking forward to checking these out.

You can still shuffle folders from the desktop app. I start up my big folder on desktop then switch to phone. A bit of a pain, but works.

Moodles, Sunday, 11 June 2017 23:04 (one month ago) Permalink

Yeah but I only use desktop at work, unfortunately. So that won't work for home/commute.

sctttnnnt (pgwp), Monday, 12 June 2017 01:23 (one month ago) Permalink

three weeks pass...

I made this for summer get togethers. Hit shuffle and have fun for four hours.

A Summer Cook-Out Playlist For Grown-Ass People

Ⓓⓡ. (Johnny Fever), Tuesday, 4 July 2017 15:25 (two weeks ago) Permalink

count me in

niels, Tuesday, 4 July 2017 21:17 (two weeks ago) Permalink

it's a good playlist

illegal economic migration (Tracer Hand), Tuesday, 4 July 2017 22:23 (two weeks ago) Permalink

I enjoyed that, ty

Brad C., Wednesday, 5 July 2017 15:02 (two weeks ago) Permalink

Thanks y'all

Ⓓⓡ. (Johnny Fever), Wednesday, 5 July 2017 15:30 (two weeks ago) Permalink


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