A New Website Lets You Hear Some of Spotify's 4 Million Unheard Songs

Thursday, January 30, 2014 - 10:40 AM

(Forgotify)

In our podcast about Matt Farley, the musician who has written fourteen thousand songs in the past six years, we mentioned that twenty percent of the songs on Spotify have never been played. 

A new single-serving website aims to remedy that. It's called Forgotify, and when you load it up, it offers you a Spotify song to listen to that no one's heard yet. Forgotify's a little crash-y today, I'm assuming because it just launched and the folks behind it are getting more web traffic than they'd anticipated. But if you want to check it out, it's over here. Also, here's our original Matt Farley story, in case you missed it. 

 

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