Spotify music catalogue updated with 25,783 new tracks

I hope everyone had a nice relaxing weekend, I know I did. Today is the start of another work week and we always like to get things started properly so that means another update to our music catalogue. We’ve added 2,415 albums and singles today, in total 25,783 new tracks are now available.

There are quite a few brand new albums in this update. One of the highlights is the much anticipation album from Eminem, Relapse, which was released today. The Manic Street Preachers have a new album out, Journal For Plague Lovers which is their 9th studio release. Jarvis Cocker is back with a Steve Albini-Produced LP, Further Complications. Passion Pit have a new album out in the UK, Manners. And finally, you can check out Rainwater Cassette Exchange, a new EP from Deerhunter.

I also wanted to point out the new Green Day album, 21st Century Breakdown, which has been available since Friday but didn’t make it into a blog post.

For a full listing of today’s additions please have a look at the Google Doc. As with every update not all albums listed may be available in your country and some tracks previously available may no longer be playable due to regional restrictions.


  1. existe la posibilñidad de que los textos o explicaciones esten en español?

    Sin mas un cordial saludo.

  2. Congrats. I see that you have records from Young God, which means we might see the upcoming album by James Blackshaw on Spotify soon, and that’s great news.

    I have a question, andres: I see that you have albums from the french label Naive, but not the new Alela Diane that came out in Debruary (“To Be Still”). I know it’s available on Spotify but not for French users. Are there particular restrictions on this album or can we expect to see it in a future update?

  3. Yeah! A good update including some sweet Sarah Records :-)… Still a pity that Lucksmiths and other Candle record artist are missing out in the database


  4. sickofmotion – To Be Still is released by Names Records and Warner in the UK which is who we have it from. If she’s licensed to a different label in France it’s possible that we just don’t have it yet.

  5. Those playlist problems really need to be worked on. It’s been WEEKS now. Especially annoying for subscribing users.

  6. Yay, The Field Mice!

    By the way: the album spotify:album:6ywXkR5CXN0pLCuA4cDV4J is still put under the wrong artist name. It should be Ólöf Arnalds (and NOT Ólafur). Thanks.

  7. Ok andres, thanks for the answer. All these geographical restrictions mixed with different labels depending on the country really are a pain in the ass to deal with, I appreciate the efforts you guys have to do to get around all this.

  8. thanks but i wanna have all the music of UK in Spain..
    i don’t have Hey Monday, you me at six (the full album)…
    i wanna more.

  9. Andres:

    A lot of thanks for this last update!!

    I have a question: I’ve noticed that some CDs of Oasis, the british group, are in Spotify, but Spanish users can’t access to them. Is there any problem with royalties or something like that?

    Congratulations, and a lot of thanks for the job! :)

  10. Andres, There is possibility that label “Blanco y Negro Music” appears in spotify? In spain, groups like Ultra Naté, Guru Josh Project, Snap! or David Tavare has them in sole right this one label.

  11. Andres any idea when the new Madness album will be avaliable for UK users it’s on lucky 7 records

  12. Still looking forward to those amazing DonkeyBox tunes where they get Greenday to do the funky chicken dance with Metallica, woooop woop!

    Erm yeah…that meant that CD baby artists being on here would be appreciated. Ta


  13. A bit of topic, but have you started using demographic targeted ads? Only I’ve just been using Spotify and a couple of adverts have appeared with the words ’18-24 male’ at the end of them…

  14. Andy Partridge, Fuzzy Warbles. Not available in the UK?

    He’s as British as Tea and Toast

  15. Awesome! Great that you’re adding more Swans! Though “Swans are Dead” at a fast glance seem to be mislabeled and out of order. Don’t know about the other albums. But keep the Swans coming, still more to go! And also, kudos on the Angels of Light. Now just the Michael Gira solo stuff to go :)

    Oh, and more Wovenhand and 16 Horsepower :)

    (and the ability to track artists, ofcourse)