Have you ever loved a set menu at a live concert so much that you wished you could easily listen to it over and over again? Or you missed the party of your favorite artist but still want to listen to every song? If so, the Setify web app file is worth checking out.
I go to 311 Once, the band played a song I had never heard before. Using Setify, I can find songs and add them to my playlist on Spotify. It was incredible.
Basically, Setify will allow you to search for concert performances by artist, city, or date from around the world, and then display a list of entire groups for you to view. With one click, you can turn your entire collection into a playlist on your Spotify, and it works with Apple Music too.
Obviously, the web app won’t have every show or artist, but from my initial impression it has a large number of shows and catalogs. Also, if Setify can’t find a song from the show, it’ll let you know it’s a one-time cover (like when a tool Queen dancing singing father here in Las Vegas) or not available in the Spotify library.
When Tool Band came to Las Vegas earlier this year, I got a great seat but unfortunately couldn’t attend. Now, I can liven up entire concerts on Spotify.
Keep in mind that they may not be able to find every live event, and if you’re looking for a dedicated band, the results may be limited. However, any diehard music fan will love this nifty little Spotify web app.
While we’re talking about Spotify, check out another web app that turns your Spotify playlist into a poster for the music festival of your dreams.