Over the past couple of years, Spotify has introduced its Discover Weekly playlist that aims to find new music and its Release Radar playlist that seeks out new albums from your favourite artists. Today, it's mashing up the two ideas with a Daily Mix that combines artists you've listened to with new stuff. As the name suggests, a Daily Mix tunes itself each day and is continuously updated based on your listening habits. Depending on the breadth of your listening habits, you'll get a different number of mixes a day, and each is labelled by the artists that inspired it, which usually is genre-specific. If you don't like something, you can tap the ban button so that it never pops up again. Daily Mix works somewhat like a Pandora station that tunes itself automatically instead of requiring any input from you. The mix is rolling out today for iOS and Android. You'll find it under the Library tab.
Spotify's Daily Mix Playlists Combine Old Favourites And New Artists Into One Playlist
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