With over 60 million songs at your fingertips, there’s no limit to what you can create.
Choose tracks from the entire Spotify catalog and combine them with your own talk segments in Anchor to make a new kind of audio show: Music + Talk.
How it works
To make a Music + Talk show, sign up for Anchor.
When creating an episode in Anchor, select the Music tool to search for any artist or track on Spotify.
Drag and drop songs to build your episode and mix in conversation by recording or uploading your own audio files.
When your episode is ready, hit Publish. Then, once it’s approved, it will be on Spotify for anyone to hear.
Engage with your audience in a whole new way. Listeners can easily favorite or add songs they love to their playlist directly on Spotify with a reimagined listening experience built for Music + Talk shows.
Explore the possibilities
Made on Anchor
Ever wonder what goes into making an award-winning record? Go deep with Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker as he takes listeners track-by-track through the making of his critically acclaimed album The Slow Rush.Share the stories behind your songs
From warm-up to cool-down, “AllSaidAndRun” serves up a unique combination of running-related chatter and motivating music for your next jog. Let’s get movin’ and groovin’.Soundtrack someone’s workout
From K-pop to Chinese hip-hop, join industry pros and DJs Allyson Toy and Cathleen Cher as they take listeners through the expansive landscape of music from Asia and the Asian diaspora.Create your own deep-dive
Who doesn’t love a trip down music-memory lane? Join Jay Reeve and his guests as they unpack why some songs stick with us—and how music acts as a marker of time, place, and connection.Talk about the music that moves you
Rico Nasty, Chaka Khan, Saweetie, and more join Dr. Maurice A. Stinnett, the Global Head of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Warner Music Group, to unpack what it means to be Black in America—and the songs that have soundtracked their experience.Share the soundtrack of your life
Get in your flow with Bobby Lyte, the producer/DJ who hand-curates tunes to help you stay focused. His philosophy? Thirty minutes of lo-fi electronic beats while you work, then a five-minute break. Give it a try!Share your own method
Get lost in the 1930s Delta blues, today’s gritty modern rock releases, and tons of handpicked gems in between. London’s “Blues Kitchen Radio” takes you across generations and genres with timeless, soulful classics.Create your own music show
Shows made by you
Let us hear your show
If you’ve created a Music + Talk show, we want to share it with the world. Submit your show for a chance to be featured here.