Obscurify: How Unique Is Your Spotify Music Taste?

If you’re a music lover, you take pride in having a unique taste in music. It humbles us to know that our taste in music is special and different. Well, Obscurify is a Spotify-based app that uses your listening data to show you numerical data of how your taste in music compares to other users.

You might be wondering if it’s possible to check how obscure your music preference is using real data. What if I told you there’s a website that can tell you how unique your music taste is using your Spotify?

This article will show you how Obscurify works and other features the app has to offer. If you’re curious about your music taste or just want to see how unique your taste is, read on!

How To Use Obscurify

Using Obscurify is simple. All you have to do is to go to the Obscurify website and log in with your Spotify account. Here’s what the homepage looks like:

Once you’re logged in, Obscurify will analyze your Spotify data and give you a score based on how unique your taste in music is. Here is an example:

What Other Data Does Obscurify Show?

Not only does Obscurify show you a rating based on your taste in music, but it also shows other data that might be interesting to you. Here is a list of what you will be able to see on the website:

Your Top Genres

The website will also show you a list of the top genres you listen to the most. It’s interesting to see which genres make up the bulk of your music taste. For me, it was a mix of EDM, Rock, and Indie music.

A Comparison Between You And Other Users In Your Country

Another thing that the website does is compare your music taste to other users in your country. This is done by showing a graph of how unique your preference is. It will then show you the number of users who don’t have the same music taste as you.

Your Top Spotify Moods

Obscurify will also give you analyzed data on the different moods you usually listen to based on your activity. This could be interesting to see what kind of mood you are usually in or what kind of songs you listen to when you’re feeling a certain way.

A Graph Showing The Decades When Most Of The Music You Listen To Were Released

As you can see, Obscurify gives you a lot of data based on your Spotify listening activity. It even analyzes the year of release for each song and shows you a graph of which decades most of the music you listen to were released in.

This is pretty interesting, as it can give you a good idea of how unique or mainstream your musical taste is. Are you someone who only listens to music from the current decade? Or do you have a more eclectic taste, with music from all sorts of different eras? You can find out with Obscurify!

This web app will also show you the artists you listen to that makes your taste unique as well as your top 40 artists. It’s pretty interesting how this works and I recommend you give it a try!

How To Remove Access To Obscurify From Spotify

In order for Obscurify to view your Spotify data, it needs to connect to your account as a third-party app. You can remove access at any time for all third-party apps by following the steps below.

1. Open The Spotify App On Your Device, Click On Your Name, Then Click “Account”

On the top-right part of the screen, click on your name, and a drop-down menu will appear. From there, click on “Account.” You will be taken to the “Account Overview” page where you can see all your account information.

2. Click On “Apps” And Click “Remove Access” Beside Obscurify

On the “Account Overview” page, scroll down until you see the “Apps” section. Click on “Apps” and you will be taken to a new page where all the apps that have access to your Spotify are listed. Find Obscurify on the list and click on “Remove Access.”

And that’s it! You have now successfully removed Obscurify’s access to your Spotify account.

Final Thoughts

If you’re curious about how unique your music taste is, then definitely give it a try. Even if you don’t care about that sort of thing, it’s still interesting to see which artists are considered obscure and which ones everyone knows. Knowing your obscurity rating might not change your life, but it’s a fun way to waste some time and learn a little bit about your music taste. You can also check out other sites to view your Spotify stats.

Brian Clark

Brian Clark

I’ve been a writer with Musician Wave for six years, turning my 17-year journey as a multi-instrumentalist and music producer into insightful news, tutorials, reviews, and features.

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