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  1. Daniel Choe Daniel Choe

    Hey Dribbble! Daniel here. Wanted to share my work for Spotify Landmark, the story behind some of the greatest moments in music, told by the people who made them. For the first Spotify Landmark piece, we revisit Nirvana's third and final album, "In Utero"; Krist Novoselic (bassist), Steve Albini (producer), Curt Kirkwood (member of Meat Puppets), and Bobcat Goldthwait (comedian) recall their experiences with the band and the album.

    This site showcases the new Spotify Play Button, designed by Sean Jamshidi. Sean and I worked together to adapt an already in progress media player into a bespoke solution for Spotify Landmark. Because of Landmark's interview/podcast audio format, I wanted to play up the editorial theme. The dark theme came naturally from Nirvana's lyrical motifs.

    If you're a Nirvana fan check it out: www.spotify.com/landmark

    Hope you enjoy it.


    7 months ago

  2. Andrew Lucas Andrew Lucas

    yeah saw this the other day, great idea and well executed.

    7 months ago

  3. Adrian Mato Adrian Mato

    Top green button looks strange btw

    7 months ago

  4. Danelle Bailey Danelle Bailey

    Checked this out the other day too! Nice.

    7 months ago

  5. Tobias van Schneider ▲▲▲ Tobias van Schneider ▲▲▲

    Really nice Daniel! (:

    7 months ago

  6. Susanna Baird Susanna Baird

    Thanks for posting, wanted to let you know we included it in this week's Weekly Replay. http://blog.dribbble.com/post/62720005368/weekly-replay

    7 months ago

  7. Daniel Choe Daniel Choe

    @Susanna Baird Super stoked - thanks!

    7 months ago

  8. Daniel Choe Daniel Choe

    7 months ago

  9. Daniel Choe Daniel Choe

    @Danelle Bailey @Andrew Lucas Much appreciated!

    7 months ago

  10. Josh Overton Josh Overton

    Bit random: I'm loving the new desktop Mac App - I know its not 100% and fully live yet - the only feedback I have from use is that the song list is too dark - it shouldn't be fully black in background - Cheers!

    3 months ago

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