The internet is a great tool for discovering new music, but some days you just want to play “Push It” by Salt-N-Pepa on repeat. Spotify understands that many of its users are just as interested in digging up old tracks as they are in listening to current chart-toppers—and it wants to help. As Mashable reports, the streaming service now offers curated Time Capsule playlists based on the user's age and taste in music.

If you already have a Spotify account, you may remember being asked to enter your date of birth when you first signed up. Using that information, the app can now generate a list of songs you may have liked in your teens and early 20s. Spotify employs algorithms similar to the ones used for its Discover Weekly playlists to personalize the song selections, which means every soundtrack is different. So if you’re a millennial who loves boy bands, you may see a lot of NSYNC and 98°. Someone born in the 1950s who likes rock ’n' roll might get songs by Jimi Hendrix and Janis Joplin.

It isn’t hard to find music from past eras on Spotify. The service has playlists for every decade of the past 50 years, and some recordings in its database date back to the 19th century. But if you don’t feel like calculating which period is most likely to tickle your nostalgia receptors on any given day, Spotify is happy to do the work for you. Members between the ages 16 and 85 can pull up their own playlists at timecapsule.spotify.com.

[h/t Mashable]