Tell Songza's new Music Concierge what you're doing, it picks the music for you

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Mar 5 2012 - 11:40am

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Music playlist service Songza today launched a new service designed to deliver musical experiences based on when you're listening and what you're doing. Songza's new Music Concierge automatically notes day and time.Songza Tell it you're about to go jogging, for example, and it draws from its library of expert-designed playlists of songs for a radio-like experience suited to exercise.'s Eliot Van Buskirk reviewed the Music Concierge today. He wrote (here):

To be fair, no music recommendation system is ever going to be exactly perfect. Songza succeeds, to an extent, in its attempt to cut through the millions of songs out there that any of us can now listen to without paying a cent in seconds on Spotify, YouTube, or elsewhere. The admittedly-thin proof: I am still listening to the station it recommended.

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