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We can’t get enough of the new Rhino App for Spotify. A trusted name in music curation for more than 30 years,  Rhino is bringing their expertise to your Spotify.

The  App re-creates the feeling of flipping through the racks of your favorite local record store – complete with playlists for every taste and genre, expertly curated by Rhino Musicologists. Check out the Classic Rock, Just Can’t Get Enough: New Wave, Left of the Dial – College Rock playlists, plus weekly playlists curated by Aquarium Drunkard, Bob Lefsetz, and much more.

Playlists are updated regularly, so there’s always something new to discover.

If you’re on your computer, click here to explore the new  Rhino App on Spotify.

Are you ready for some football? A tailgating playlist to get you ready for game time!

Places + Playlists = #Placelists!

The brand new Placelists app from our friends at Coke lets you explore the world with music!

Have you ever wondered what the Eiffel Tower sounds like? How about a hot spot in Mexico City or your favorite cafe in town? Placelists lets you tag the world with your favorite tracks. Capture music memories from the places you love and explore other people’s picks with this fun app.

From Rio to Reykjavik, Cape Town to Camden Market and more, there’s a Placelist near you. Want to hear what’s playing at Spotify HQ? Check out our Placelist here.

What you waiting for? Start exploring today!

Get a rare, behind the scenes glimpse at global sensation, Phoenix! Join us as we follow them on the road for a full 24 hours. 

Follow Phoenix here!

March is Metal Month! Stay tuned to Metal Sucks each week for celebrity metal playlists. 
Death metal, black metal, thrash and doom — it’s on!

We’re rockin’ out to SELF's Music Issue!  With curated playlists from celebs, trainers and Olympic hopefuls, these tunes are bound to get your heart (and fist) pumping!

Last week, we posted an amazing collection of Bob Marley playlists curated by Cypress Hill, Gavin Rossdale, LeAnn Rimes, A Fine Frenzy, Ziggy Marley and many more. The playlists are part of a celebration of the new documentary about the musical legend, called MARLEY, playing now in select theaters and on demand. This week, we’re sharing some thoughts from the playlist creators themselves behind their song picks. Think you know Bob Marley? Take a fresh look at Marley’s songs and influences through the eyes of our contributors below, then check out MARLEY in theaters and on demand for a closer look at this musical icon.

Director Kevin Macdonald

The Oscar-winning Director of MARLEY, Kevin Macdonald, spent countless hours listening to Marley songs during his creation of the film, so it’s no surprise his playlist is a great introduction to Marley’s full body of work:

"I’ve chosen songs which appear in my documentary and are in one way or another key to understanding Bob the man as opposed to Bob the legend. My favourite period in Bob’s career is the collaboration with Lee "Scratch" Perry - so I’ve probably sneaked in more of those…"

Redemption Song

Of course, there were also plenty of selections of Marley’s much-loved greatest hits. One playlist favorite was “Redemption Song”, explained here by Grammy-winning and multiplatinum Colombian recording artist Juanes:

"Redemption Song is one of my favorites. We used to play it in college when we did bohemian parties with our guitars and our friends."

Multiplatinum and Grammy award winning recording artist, actress and author LeAnn Rimes also picked Redemption Song for her playlist, quoting from the lyrics as a key source of inspiration:

"None but ourselves can free our minds." Makes me want to be a better person in every minute of the day.

Jillionaire from Major Lazer

One of the most diverse playlists of Marley-inspired tracks comes from Jillionaire, MC for popular DJ collective Major Lazer. Here’s a few of his Marley playlist favorites and why he picked them:

  • The Wailers - Simmer Down This was the first single released by The Wailers, immediately shooting straight to number one in Jamaica.
  • Peter Tosh feat Mick Jagger - (You Gotta Walk) Don’t Look Back Easily the most controversial Wailer, Tosh released his Bush Doctor album on Rolling Stones Records in 1978, opening himself up to a whole new audience.
  • Bunny Wailer - I Gotta Keep On Moving The third (and most low key) of the trio, Bunny grew up in the same household with Bob, and continues to live and make music in Jamaica.
  • Rita Marley - One Draw 'Nana Rita' is the widow of Bob Marley and was a member of the I Threes, Marley's backup singers.


Listen to this! We just teamed up with Spotify so you can post tracks, playlists, and full albums from their very extensive library. Search for tracks or paste a Spotify link to embed your music — it’s never been easier. :)

To celebrate, we’ve put together this playlist featuring musicians from theTumblr Spotlight. Hit play and enjoy!

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Arcade Fire is on Spotify and to celebrate, we’ve compiled our top Arcade Fire tracks. Tune in right here!