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Just a day after unveiling Discovery, the brand new Spotify feature which creates new two-hour playlists every week for its pool of 75-plus million users based off the their listening habits, the company has announced its newest partnership with Beatport. The result would be the first ever partnership for Spotify with another streaming service.

Beatport, a Denver-based company focusing on the distribution of electronic music, will provide videos, events, exclusive music, and curated playlists from the company's staff. Speaking with Billboard, Beatport's recently appointed CEO Greg Consiglio said, "We're very excited to be the first streaming service to partner with Spotify."

We have a unique perspective on what's trending, which new artists are breaking," he continued. "We're taking that expertise to Spotify -- we'll be curating unique weekly playlists that really only Beatport can do. It's a really interesting opportunity for us to be looked at by Spotify, where they have a lot of electronic music, but they don't have the same expertise that we do."

Spotify VP of Content and Distribution Sachin Doshi added, "They bring some interesting and unique content opportunities to the table. Maybe more importantly, great video content."

The flurry of recent moves from Spotify, in the wake of Apple Music, were promised back in May at the company's rollout ceremony. And from the pace of the unveiling, this hardly seems to be the end of it for now.