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Veko177013

[maybe this?](https://www.chosic.com/spotify-playlist-analyzer/) I've never used it before but I've used that site to find specific song genres


tanaysharma97

ooh! Thank you so much for this! Seems to be working, yep.


vans178

Another one I've found useful is if you have a lastfm account you can see the tags in songs I've found it very helpful in finding other songs and artists I like


VermillionDemonFox

Looks very interesting thanks.


nerdy_rs3gal

Came here to say this! I recently stumbled upon this website and love it! Definitely helps me build playlists better!


Dudeist-Priest

That's fantastic! Thanks


CatInSuitcase

this is awesome! thanks!


Rifta21

[Everynoise](https://everynoise.com/) is also great for figuring out the genre of individual songs. Or at least the genre that Spotify categorizes it as. Just look it up in the upper right.


5c044

Everynoise is awseome, i found this https://github.com/quadule/knobby and built one. Finding new music, and different stuff. It plays merry hell with spotifys algorithm for generated playlists lol. I think everynoise genres may be their own not Spotifys? There are a few thousand once you do country+genre


beekgeek

That is very cool


tanaysharma97

Thanks! will check it out


beekgeek

There's also the Everynoise Research section which does help analyze playlist genres: [https://everynoise.com/research.cgi?mode=playlist](https://everynoise.com/research.cgi?mode=playlist) \-- You paste in the Spotify URI and then when results page comes up select the "{{playlist name}} tracks" link.


beekgeek

http://organizeyourmusic.playlistmachinery.com/index.html


Ximzend57

I use that tool all the time. One con is that you have to fill in a playlist URI. On desktop you have to hold Ctrl to copy the URI instead of the URL/link.


Inner_Load4714

[spotilyze!](https://www.spotilyze.com/)


tanaysharma97

Noice! Thank you


WhimsicalGirl

I'm so happy you've asked that question those websites are the bomb


tanaysharma97

Hahah I’m glad you’re finding this useful as well!


WhimsicalGirl

My day at work gonna be really fun today and, I suspect maybe next week! So much content


captstinkybutt

I've been a [last.fm](https://last.fm) user since 2010. I find it pairs well with Spotify, though I used it before Spotify. Users can tag music with genres and then you can explore the genre tags. Unfortunately, sometimes people tag Britney Spears with Brutal Technical Death Metal and shit and it can mess up your searches sometimes.


spencerthayer

[Every Noise At Once](https://everynoise.com/) doesn’t analyze your music but rather lets people explore arcane and general genres of music. Itʼs an incredibly simple, deep way to explore all of music, as well as searching for bands to find out where they fall, and exploring the additional genre maps to see what bands in each genre sound like.


beekgeek

You gotta check out the research function : [https://everynoise.com/research.cgi?mode=playlist](https://everynoise.com/research.cgi?mode=playlist), [https://everynoise.com/research.cgi?mode=genre](https://everynoise.com/research.cgi?mode=genre), https://everynoise.com/research.cgi?mode=user


spencerthayer

How do you use the research function? I don't find much use for it.


beekgeek

I don't use it constantly, but to OP's original question, if I want to know what other genres are associated with a playlist I like, I'll use the playlist mode, switch to track view and see what other genres a track is associated with. I'm also using [SmarterPlaylists](http://smarterplaylists.playlistmachinery.com/go.html) to automate playlist generation and ENAO research can sometimes help me fine tune those.


WwortelHD

Can you link me your SmarterPlaylists machines please?


QueueTea22by7

SPOTISTATS. USE IT, ITS THE BEST SHIT TO EVER EXIST I KID U NOT.


Vespera

Of all the responses so far I second organizeyourmusic for it's flexibility and other uses. Another exceptional site I don't see posted as much is [https://discoverquickly.com/](https://discoverquickly.com/). It lets you view/navigate through genre tags using a song or artist as the start point. Makes it easy to find similar music from stuff you already enjoy.


hjbardenhagen

If you scrobble your Spotify listening to Last.fm , you can easily check the genre tags that the users applied to tracks, albums and artists. Sometimes there are clearly troll tags, but most of the time they are accurate.


tanaysharma97

Thanks for the recommendation!


hjbardenhagen

>Dream Pop [https://www.last.fm/tag/dream+pop](https://www.last.fm/tag/dream+pop) [Last.fm](https://Last.fm) tag pages feature a tag radio which you can use with Spotify playback if you have a Premium account. The default playback source is YouTube. And you can easily create a playlist from each tag page which you can export to Spotify and Apple Music.


IceManJim

Had the same question, enjoying the answers, thanks for posting this!


GrizzledMurderer

with this app you can create playlists by genre or filter existing ones. Also many other filters such as BPM, moods, key etc. https://apps.apple.com/us/app/groovifi/id1597777786


pheriwinkle123

Find an album by the artist, and then let it play through, and then listen to some of the songs that Spotify auto-suggests. Then after you get an idea of what other bands come up--look up the bands. Then, look at which playlists those bands are a part of. People will have named some of the playlists after the genres that correspond. This is how I learned that I liked the "Red Dirt" sub-genre of country, for instance.


zack220011

Not applicable to playlists. But RYM has detailed genre data on each songs on albums, eps etc. PS: This isn't for you if your music is super obscure. The genre votes are done by the community, so unless you are listening to 1980s bootleg you're fine.