Thanks for the suggestion, but I may have not described what I meant, so goto Qobuz via Roon menu, choose New Releases , View All, you’ll get approx 300+ albums, now to see if you really like an album, you have to listen to it, but you can start by filtering out Genres you don’t like, Not with Roon, you have to drill down into each one, read, maybe play, then back out and go to the next one. 3 or 4 days later you may get through the list.
Next goto the Qobuz App, Discover -> See all New Releases -> you’ll get a similar display of several hundred albums, but now you can either pre-select or de-select genre’s prior to this selection and filter out albums your not interested in, then you can hover your mouse over each album and see it’s Genre, and if your interested click the Play button, no need to drill down, and if you are not happy, hover over the next album and try that one, you can go through that list quite quickly looking for music that sparks your interest, save it and play it all later.
Sorry but Roon has alot of work to do to make Discovery easier, thus at least if you could drill down to an album, and then use the right or left arrows to move between albums it would be alot more efficient
Roon - you must drill down into an album to get more details and genre:
Qobuz - Hover over albums to see Genre and play :
Here’s an example of what I meant by the arrow keys, in Roon, once you drill down into an album, if you don’t like it and want to look at the next, if you allowed the arrow keys to move left and right, so from here:
now hit Right Arrow and you would get the next album and could see all the details and play it if desired: