#MusicMonday playlist brought to you by @MonaFims

Our friend @MonaFims has this #MusicMonday’s recommendations. We start a new week and a new playlist with the sound of “Someplace Beautiful” by the Norwegian pop duo “Alfred Hall”. Someplace Beautiful is taken from their debut album “Wilderness” released in the beginning of March. Next we have an amazing female vocal: American Laura Pergolizzi aka […]

World Water Day 2013

Every year March 22 is the United Nation’s World Water Day – 24 hours that help to focus attention on the importance of freshwater for all. The idea is simple, cooperation for peace, prosperity and sustainable development and to that end there are over 750 different events and happenings taking place all over the world. […]

Start following now!

We’ve been busy rolling out some of the exciting new features we announced in December. From today, we’re able to bring artists and fans closer than ever before. It’s time to start following! Now on Spotify, you can follow all the people who turn you on to the music you care about. Find out what […]

Want to try our new web player?

Here’s a treat for you! Now you can try our brand new web player at spotify.com The web player will be a real bonus if you can’t – or don’t want to – download our app. So whether you’re at the office, or round at a friend’s house, simply log in to your account and […]

March Beats presented by @thursplay

Here’s what you’ll listen to on this March Beats by our friends at @thursplay : Exciting new music releases this month! On this March Beats by @thursplay you can listen to alternative folk band The Trouble With Templeton’s song “Six Months in a Cast”, new single by Cayucas “High School Lover”, Devendra Banhart’s song “Won’t […]

Music For Change

As President Obama begins his trip to the Middle East we decided to partner with Heartbeat.fm to create a collaborative playlist from a Palestinian music expert and an Israeli music expert to show the world how music can bring people together. The result was “Heartbeat: Set For Change” a playlist featuring some of the best […]

App of the week: Nick Cave

“At last an app to make sense of the stylistic mayhem of my back catalogue. My sensational all-new “mood” app.” – Nick Cave With 20 albums and a career spanning four decades, Nick Cave is a true artist and a prolific songwriter. In the brand new Nick Cave Spotify app, explore the vast collection of […]

Great news about the 5-play limit!

We’ve got some mighty fine news for all Spotify Free users. From today, there’s no more 5 play-per-song limit. You can listen to your favourite songs as many times as you like. That’s right, no more greyed-out songs. The tracks that you couldn’t listen to before will once again be available for your listening pleasure. […]

The sounds of March courtesy of Sharemyplaylists.com

We present you the music selection that our friends from Sharemyplaylists have handpicked for this month. SXSW 2013 Picks (sxpicks.com) SMP user Matthew Averkamp is the man behind this year’s consummate guide to SXSW. The music, film and interactive conference and festival is held in Austin, Texas, every year – with 2013 boasting a stellar […]

Our interview with Brett Anderson

“It’s amazing that bands stay together for as long as they do…” The very brilliant Suede have returned to save us all. The band’s new album, Bloodsports, is their first for 11 years and arrives a full 20 years after their immaculate debut. What’s more, their singer, Brett Anderson, will be hosting his own Soundrop […]