Automated music recommendations are hardly new, but Spotify seems to have identified the ingredients of a personalized playlist that feel fresh and familiar at the same time. Users seem to love Discover Weekly. It shut down earlier this year. But the recipe for your Discover Weekly playlist is a lot more complicated than that.
New York City is still in lockdown as it continues to grapple with the appalling effects of the coronavirus pandemic. As a stopgap measure to help locals cope with the unsettling sound of silence, the New York Public Library knocked together a playlist of familiar audio landscapes recorded in the city before the virus caused changed everything. Comprising eight tracks running a total of 16 minutes, you can immerse yourself in the familiar soundscapes of a bustling city park, a lively neighborhood restaurant, and that not so quiet library, among other places. Best enjoyed with a pair of headphones and closed eyes, you can find the evocative playlist on Spotify , or simply explore the tracks via the embedded SoundCloud player below. No matching results for ''.
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