How Tracknack works

You follow creators and labels you like, and Tracknack keeps you up to date with their latest releases.

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You follow creators and labels

Tracknack provides you with relevant creators and labels to follow based on your listening history. You can also automatically follow all of the artists you’re already following on Spotify.

Follow music creators and labels
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Tracknack monitors their latest releases

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Receive automatic Spotify playlist updates

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Discover more creators and labels on Tracknack

How is this different from Release Radar?

The idea is similar but there are notable features that set Tracknack apart from Release Radar or Discover Weekly.

Follow creators featured in album credits

Follow creators featured in album credits

Discover music by producers, songwriters and other creators that don’t have a dedicated profile on Spotify.

Follow record labels

Follow record labels

Get latest releases of labels you like automatically and get notified when they are released.

Tracknack playlist update email

Get more control over music discovery

Know when and why a track has been added with email notifications and track exploration features.

Tracknack vs Release Radar

Tracknack doesn’t curate

Get all new music as soon as possible, instead of a limited list of selected tracks.

No sponsored content

No sponsored content

Tracknack doesn’t do targeted advertising through its playlists to promote big artists.

Discover by musical connection

Discover by musical connection

Discover music through exploration of related labels and creators who work together.

Frequently asked questions

What’s a follow?

What’s a creator?

How are tracks selected for the playlist?

Will I get notified when my playlist is updated?

What do you do with my Spotify profile data?

What’s in the future for Tracknack?

Have an idea or feedback?

If you have any comments about Tracknack or would like Tracknack to have a specific feature, let us know via or email!