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Topic # 111620 9-Nov-2012 12:13 Send private message

What playlists are you subscribed to in Spotify? I'm keen to extend out my ones.

The ones I currently have are:

Topsify - TOP 40 HITS RADIO
Top 100 tracks currently on Spotify
NZ Top 40 - Singles
NZ Top 40 - Albums
Billboard Hot 100 (this one seems to have a ridiculous amount of country)




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  Reply # 714636 9-Nov-2012 13:04 Send private message

I have:
Armin van Buuren - A State Of Trance Episodes All the trance from his a state of trance radio shows.  They show up as individual albums as well.

And
Armin van Buuren's A State of Trance Radio

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  Reply # 714646 9-Nov-2012 13:11 Send private message

Any good house/electro playlists? Seems like preference matching is never that good with the kind of music I listen to so I'm open to suggestions... electronic radio / club radio seem to only play about 20 songs in heavy rotation.

 

 



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ubergeeknz: Any good house/electro playlists? Seems like preference matching is never that good with the kind of music I listen to so I'm open to suggestions... electronic radio / club radio seem to only play about 20 songs in heavy rotation.


Do any of your house djs do a radio show?  Thats how I started listening to Armin Van Buuren.  Found he had a weekly radio show about 4 years ago, been listening ever since.





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  Reply # 714654 9-Nov-2012 13:17 Send private message

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ubergeeknz: Any good house/electro playlists? Seems like preference matching is never that good with the kind of music I listen to so I'm open to suggestions... electronic radio / club radio seem to only play about 20 songs in heavy rotation.


Do any of your house djs do a radio show?  Thats how I started listening to Armin Van Buuren.  Found he had a weekly radio show about 4 years ago, been listening ever since.


Don't know; I normally just use Spotify (don't have a radio in my car).  I usually listen only when I'm driving, the rest of the household pretty much can't stand my music...

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  Reply # 715171 10-Nov-2012 15:07 Send private message

I wasn't until I started using Spotify (offline mode) in the car all the time that I realised how much I hate the chatter on mainstream radio, especially the morning shows...




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