[Radio] Mix Based on entire Library

This idea has been submitted before; however, it didn't take off. I am still waiting for a mix built off of my entire library. It would be very helpful for when I'm not looking to listen to just a genre or subsect of my music. My personal preference is using the playlists that Spotify provides as discovery means, while using a "thumbprint" station as a sort of leanback station. It works really well in the car, when I'm trying to mimic something like a scan feature on analog radio. 

Updated on 2019-09-26

Hello there!
This idea has been submitted one year ago, but unfortunately hasn’t gained enough votes during that time (100 votes/year). In order to keep an overview of the active ideas in this forum, this idea will be closed for now. Note that this does not mean the idea has been declined by Spotify.
Please feel free to re-post this idea if you still feel you want this implemented. With a little change in presentation, maybe this time it will gain the necessary support from the community. 

 

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Rock Star 22
Rock Star 22
Status changed to: New Idea

Updated on 2018-09-15

Marked as new idea, which is a repost of this inactive idea.

unseenlarks
Roadie

good idea. many song-based radio stations are just playlists--the songs remain the same, and the radio stops by itself instead of loading more. your suggestion would hopefully add enough variety so that it creates an actual station.

csilval
Visitor

Deezer has had this for years ("Flow"). Come on spotify, catch up.

Rock Star 11
Rock Star 11
Status changed to: Inactive Idea

Updated on 2019-09-26

Hello there!
This idea has been submitted one year ago, but unfortunately hasn’t gained enough votes during that time (100 votes/year). In order to keep an overview of the active ideas in this forum, this idea will be closed for now. Note that this does not mean the idea has been declined by Spotify.
Please feel free to re-post this idea if you still feel you want this implemented. With a little change in presentation, maybe this time it will gain the necessary support from the community. 

 

For more info: