Spotify launches artist apps

June 27, 2012 by Matthew Colwell

Spotify launches artist apps

As HypeBot reports, streaming music service Spotify has launched their first series of "Artist Apps" to give an expert look at their genres. The first batch includes Quincy Jones, Tiesto, Rancid and Disturbed. From HypeBot on the first four apps:

"QUINCY JONES - THE STORIES BEHIND THE MUSIC - Exclusive audio by Quincy is combined with tailored playlists and incredible artwork to tell the stories behind his impressive career.  Quincy will talk about his personal heroes and mentors, the art of hit-making, and how music is used in movies; all to a soundtrack that brings the stories to life.

TIЁSTO’S CLUB LIFE - Superstar DJ and producer Tiësto curates the best of dance music across Spotify. The app will include a single of the week, album of the month, festival of the month, and a chart of the hottest dance music.

RANCID - Punk veterans Rancid curate the world of punk and the music. Every week the band and friends will add to a playlist that will include information on the tracks and bios of the pickers. Rancid’s Tim Armstrong will use the picks to take fans on a trip to his personal record room to take a deep dive into the music that inspires him.

DISTURBED - Disturbed curates the past, present and future of rock and metal music with playlists from each of the band members, special guest playlists and a journey through the last few decades of Rock and Metal."

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