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Don't panic: Spotify is having problems, but it's looking into it (update: it's back!)

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As if this long, dark week couldn't get any worse, Spotify is dealing with some stability issues. Some people are still able to stream music, but plenty of people on Twitter are saying the service is totally down for them. On my end, I can get songs to play, but a lot of the desktop app's navigation and interface is totally blank, which makes it hard to actually find songs to play.

Fortunately, Spotify's support Twitter account says they're aware of the problem and working on a fix. Hopefully that'll be pushed out before your evening dance party starts, but that doesn't do the tail end of your workday any good. Let us know in the comments if you're having trouble and to what degree -- are you one of the lucky ones who can still browse and play things from your saved albums and songs, or are you totally shut out right now?

Update: It's back! Spotify's support account on Twitter says that everything should be back to normal, and that if you're still running into problems, a simple restart of the app should fix them.

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