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Don’t worry if your favorite music festival’s lineup didn’t live up to your expectations this year; called a new app Instafest will create a music festival poster for you based on your Spotify listening habits.

The free web app, created by developer Anshay Saboe, is pretty easy to use: log in with your Spotify account and it will generate a poster based on the artists you’ve listened to the most. You can customize the poster based on time intervals: past four weeks, past six months, and all time.

You can also select different poster styles such as Malibu Sunrise, LA Twilight, and Mojave Dusk. The Instafest app also calculates what it calls “Basic Score,” which might allow you to brag about the niche choice of music. The lower the score, the more niche your music festival is.

Once you’ve generated the poster, you can choose to rename your music festival, hide/show your username, and hide/show your Basic Score. If you want to remove support for this app, you can follow this guide revoke access.

Saboo told londonbusinessblog.com that he came up with the idea for the app while thinking about what Coechella’s lineup would look like when he chose the artists.

“I got the idea while scrolling through TikTok in bed one day, I saw people posting videos from Coachella and I started thinking about how I would set the Coachella lineup if I got to pick the artists . The thought process gave me the idea of ​​generating an image for a music festival using a Spotify integration, and I built from there,” he said

The developer is already working on adding support for more platforms. The site already lets you generate a festival poster using your Last.fm listening history, and Apple Music support is in the works. Saboo wants to add support for music streaming services like YouTube Music, Deezer and Amazon Music later, he said, but cautioned that it could take some time because not every platform’s APIs are as friendly as Spotify’s.

Saboo is currently focusing on maintaining the app and adding more integration that makes sharing users’ festival lineups more fun. He said that while it is too early to comment on long-term plans, he is exploring the possibilities of building a music-based social network around festival graphics generation.

Within hours of its launch, Instafest has become a hot topic of conversation on social media. People post their lineup to show off their good (or rubbish) taste in music. Saboo told londonbusinessblog.com that more than 5 million people generated their Instafest poster.

The Instafest app appears to be a mirror version of the Lineupsupply app, which lets you create playlists via music festival posters. So if you like someone’s Instafest poster, you can use the LineupSupply app to create a playlist.

The app’s launch comes days before Spotify’s release of its Wrapped for users — with custom music and podcast listening habits for each user — drops. So in a sense, this feels like a Spotify Wrapped before Spotify Wrapped.


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