Who wants to meet the hottest DJ and producer in the world?
Superstar DJ, David Guetta, released his latest album, Nothing But The Beat, yesterday. This fantastic album includes the smash hit, Little Bad Girl.
To celebrate, we’re offering you and a friend the chance to win a VIP trip to meet David as he performs his final Ibiza show on September 15th. Like the sound of that? We’ll pick up the tab for your flights, accommodation and tickets.
Spotify listeners are also be treated to an exclusive version of the new album with track-by-track audio commentary from David.
To enter the competition, just click over to David’s personal Spotify page. There’s also exclusive video footage to enjoy, as well as his impressive discography. Good luck!
We’re delighted to let you know that Spotify is now available for SoundHound’s apps on iPhone, iPod touch and Android in Europe.
Just tap the new “Play Now in Spotify” feature to go direct from Soundhound to our Spotify Mobile apps where Spotify Premium subscribers can immediately listen to the full track and explore more music from the tagged artist.
One of SoundHound’s feature that we just love is that you can hum or sing a song into your phone and they’ll identify it for you. So get your best singing voice ready and download SoundHound now.
Here at Spotify we believe that sharing is a fundamental aspect of enjoying and discovering music. With this in mind, we’ve developed collaborative playlists to help you spread the love. This means that not only are you able to share playlists with others, you can also open them up to collective compiling and editing!
How to Collaborate
In order to turn on collaboration for a playlist, right-click (or Ctrl-click on the Mac) the list and select the “Collaborative Playlist” option. Next, copy the HTTP link or Spotify URI of the playlist and send it to a friend.
When your friend clicks on the link, it opens in Spotify and your collaborative playlist is added. Now you can both make changes, which will appear on both of your screens instantly. Collaborative playlists appear with a green icon and text, and sync automatically between the different users managing that playlist.
Sharing the Playlist
You can share the playlist with any number of people. Anyone who gets the link will be able to alter your playlist, as well as pass the link onto others. There is currently no way to give only specific users the right to alter a collaborative playlist, other than by controlling the access to the link. The link is the key to the playlist. You can, however, turn off the ‘collaborativity’ of the playlist the same way you turned it on. Everyone who has got the link will still be able to view and play the list but only you will be able to alter it.
We have a small, yet important, update to our Android app available for download in our Preview section now.
This update adds language support for French and Spanish. Head over to the preview page and follow the installation instructions. Once we’ve tested this preview a little bit more we’ll release it for all users in the Android Marketplace.
New Releases – August 2011
Each and every month we’re creating a playlist dedicated to the very latest Spotify releases. Updated weekly – or any other time we discover tracks we think you’ll like – this is the best place to check out the best new music around. Currently ready and waiting for you on this month’s edition are tracks from Blink 182, Ed Sheeran, Among Brothers, Yuck; a killer Serban Ghenea remix of Björk’s Cosmogony and the new, incredible Balearic-indebted release from Paul Weller.
The Soundtrack to July 2011
The beginning of the month is always a particularly exciting time here at SMP Towers, as our favourite monthly mixtapes make their way from your brains to our hompage. The granddaddy of all of our regular playlists is The Soundtrack to…, by Phil Wilce. The best of a brilliant collection of new music, as far as we’re concerned, comes in the shape of Maverick Sabre, The Horrors, The Chemical Brothers, Toddla T, Sbtrkt and Tom Vek.
August 2011 – Acid Jazz Hispano
The Acid Jazz Hispano series seems to get better and better each month, turning in the coolest cuts of funky, jazzy, soulful, housey, hip-hop beats. This month is no exception. Featured here: Mark Ronson feat. Kasabian, Los Amigos Invisibles, Prince, Roy Ayers… need we go on? We will anyway: Gladys Knight & The Pips, Marvin Gaye, Alabama 3, Smokey Robinson & The Miracles, Joe Smooth, Amy Winehouse and tons more. If you only listen to one playlist today – don’t, listen to loads! – make it this one.
Timbuktu & Damn, Joddski & Hoffmaestro spiller på Operataket 20.august i i Oslo. Disse fantastiske artistene slår seg sammen for å gi deg en herlig sensommerfest! Vi har fått åtte billetter fra våre venner i JS Artist – disse fordeler vi på fire heldige vinnere!
For å delta i konkurransen, svar på følgende spørsmål:
- Hva heter Timbuktus nye album?
- Hva heter Joddskis nye album?
Fem heldige vinnere vil også motta ett headset fra Wesc, limited edtition.
Alt du må gjøre er å logge inn øverst til høyre med ditt Spotify brukernavn og passord – og legge inn ditt svar i kommentarboken under.
For mer informasjon om konserten, klikk her.
With Spotify, you can share anything with anybody. A track you love, or a whole playlist. It’s incredibly easy to do as everything has a link that is shareable. Simply right click on what you want to share and select “Copy HTTP Link”. This link can be emailed, posted across your social networks and even pasted into your IM conversations.
On Facebook? You can share music with your Facebook friends inside Spotify, and also view their published playlists. All you need to do is connect to your Facebook account within Spotify and any of your Facebook friends who are also connected will appear in your People list.
Keeping it seamless and simple, the playlists you’ve decided to share will be updated instantly when you add, remove or re-order songs. Here’s a playlist of staff favorites to get you inspired for the week ahead!
Bikini is an electronic collective from British Columbia, now dispersed across North America. In the wake of their 2010 EP RIPJDS, band members converged from four points of the continent to write and direct their first music video, prep their live show and tour it in select cities. The year culminated with an unforgettable night at the Austin Museum of Art at SXSW, which ended a year of logistical pangs with a old fashioned band brawl. With renewed focus, Bikini’s Aaron Aujla and Kieran Magzul are working on a new LP to be released later this year. To date, the tracks have been built between Aujla’s New York City studio and the forests of northern British Columbia where Magzul treeplants. The yet to be titled LP is set to be finalized later this summer and should be released for the end of 2011.
Make sure to head over here where Spotify users can download Bikini’s RIPJDS EP (6 original tracks) + 5 remixes, as well as a bonus remixes from Grimes, and a exclusive, unreleased track, called “End of Mars.” Naturally, you can also stream the EP through Spotify here.