Musicscape for Spotify – What is it & How Does it Work?


Music is amazing, it makes us have fun and get in touch with our feelings, so it’s no surprise that we look for ways to enhance these feelings and find other ways to explore what music does.

This is what MusicScape does, generate a landscape based on your musical taste, but how does this work and what does a landscape mean in the context of music streaming platforms? Well, let’s find out!

What is MusicScape?

MusicScape is a web app that analyzes your Spotify listening history and uses that information to make a landscape that resonates with your music. It’s a very fun experience that will make your Spotify data a source of art with colors that will reflect your musical history.

How to Use MusicScape

Just like any other web app, MusicScape is very easy to use, the only thing you need to do is go to the MusicScape website and link your Spotify account. Then you clock on “start” to link your account and you’ll be able to have your own musical landscape with original art.

Can I Remove MusicScape From My Spotify?

Yes, you can, although you shouldn’t worry too much, it’s a safe app that won’t bring any threats to your account, privacy, or device, however, it is still a third-party app, so you can remove the access at any time.

If you want to remove MusicScape, follow these steps:

  1. First, you have to open Spotify and go to your “Account”.
  2. Then click on “Apps” and just click on “Remove Access” right next to MusicScape
  3.  That’s it, MusicScape will no longer have access to your Spotify account

Is There Another Web App Called MusicScape?

You might be a bit confused because there is a web app with a similar name that does something similar to Spotify.

You’ll be able to find it by looking at MusicScape on your browser but the app itself it’s called SongScape. What it does is organizes music attributes such as valence, acousticness, and energy, with different colors.

It’s another fun way to use these sorts of apps but it’s not the same as the one we’ve been talking about, so remember the difference between the two if you want to recommend it to your friends.


If you enjoy playing around with third-party apps to have fun with your music taste, then this is a must, especially if you enjoy art.

You’ll definitely have fun getting a unique piece of art generated from your music taste, so go ahead and try it out!