We've all been in either a super-happy mood or a sad rain-driving type mood. Most of us use music to help us out with our mood. It gets super annoying when you're listening to "Shark" by Oh Wonder while driving in the rain and all of sudden "Pick It Up" by Famous Dex comes on. Spotify should have an option to shuffle based on mood (which it'll calculate based on what you've songs you've been listening to just now). The algorithm that could detect the mood should include the BPM, artist and genre. Based upon those items, the algorithm will search the users library (not recommendations, but library) and find similar songs (still shuffling). This algorithm could also implement a "memory" with which it'll remember what songs you picked when in a certain mood. This way it could add even more songs. We've all been there when we want to listen to songs of a certain mood and we scroll through our playlist to find the right song. Why not let Spotify do it? Hope this will be a good idea!
Updated on 2019-04-17
Your idea was submitted a while ago and unfortunately didn't receive the amount of kudos needed to stay active in the ideas board (100 Kudos per year).
In order to keep the Ideas Exchange clearer I'll close this idea for now, but this doesn't mean Spotify rejected this idea.
If you think this is an idea which needs to be implemented, you're welcome to post it in slightly different again :)
Have a nice day!