Good Day, spotify coders and product development team. Your last UI update was bungled but this is how you get back in the game. It also follows the "Agile at Spotify" way of doing code deployments where features can be turned on and off as desired.
I will lay out the idea and how this can be implemented.
When a user starts the app they can fully choose which features are turned on/installed in the app. After choosing the options, the application does a background download for the correct feature modules (hint you can use the same data stream as your music downloads, or even the background app update service to install the code modules).
For example if a user enables the alphabetized artists and songs list, it gets added to the app. If they DON'T select podcast ability it doesn't get installed. I literally never listen to podcasts so that whole part of the app gets in the way.
This means a few things for the user.
@ehamz2000 Please spread the word to get votes on this so we at least get a response from Spotify on this idea. I hate the new interface release and the loss of the alphabetized list. I saw they closed your post, so this is truly an original idea.