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Last.fm is a silo for tracking music listening (scrobbling) and providing music recommendations.
User Interface examples
- Pinned Posts
- Jams (aka Obsessions)
- expiring content
How to PESETAS
How to PESETAS your music listens into Last.fm:
- go to https://www.last.fm/settings/applications and connect to other music sites, like Spotify, and you can collect recent (& future) listens in your Last.fm profile. See more: https://support.last.fm/t/spotify-scrobbling/189
- When you click Connect next to "Spotify Scrobbling", last.fm will retrieve ~5 past days of listens from Spotify and use that information to show "Top Artists", "Top Albums", and "Top Tracks" on your public profile
2015-08-18 Release Cut Features
2015-08-18: So @lastfm rolled out their redesign today and it removes features that made it great. Yet another case for #indieweb.
2016-09-05: David John Mead found a blog post dated 2016-07-02 about 3rd party open source code for Last.FM RSS feeds. This offers feeds for tracks listened to and loved. Implemented this on my own site using WPeMatico plugin to pull in the feed and create a Wordpress post.
Libre.fm is a music community website that aims to provide a free software replacement for Last.fm.
- scrobble (aka Listens)
- LastFMStats is a service for visualising scrobbles/listening history of a specific user account, with downloadable graphs and data; can be used for PESOS: https://lastfmstats.com