Having a seemingly endless library of music within finger’s reach isn’t all it’s cracked up to be—you tend to only to listen to the same old songs.

But Amazon, always looking for ways to make its Alexa voice assistant feel more natural, may have come up with a good solution for streaming music’s discovery problem. Yesterday the e-commerce giant rolled out a new “activities” feature on Amazon Music so that people can say things like “Alexa, play baby making jazz music,” and get sexy saxophone riffs to listen to in response.

Similar to theme-based, curated Spotify and Apple Music playlists,…