Emulating vinyl’s constraints

What if you had a streaming music player that would only play music with the same constraints as albums?

Whole sides only. No less than 5 songs in a row. No picking a song.

When you press play on a new side, there’s a pause while the needle arm moves over and drops down.

You can queue up a series of sides, like a stack of records, but you can’t automatically turn over a side when it’s over.

You must pay attention throughout. Backgrounding the app turns off the music. This is a foreground experience.

No FF or REW. No skipping within tracks.

At the end of the side, you must manually end the music. From the end of the last song until the listener turns off the music, the player makes that scratchy locked groove sound from the end of an LP.