Have you spent much time exploring our Radio.com streaming player? As of this summer, the player now benefits from the recommendation power and music catalog of Last.fm, as it introduces personalized radio stations.
Today, Last.fm Trends looks at how Radio.com has incorporated Last.fm to introduce a more personal way of listening.
Want to get your very own personalized radio experience right now? Just follow these easy steps.
1. Click here to go to Radio.com’s player.
2. Click “Create Station.”
3. Enter your favorite performer or band in the search bar.
3. The player will appear especially tailored for your own listening experience.
4. Click the “forward” button for more great acts inspired by your own personal taste.
5. Rock out with your very own, personalized player. You’re welcome.
The ‘plus’ sign in the player is your gateway to Last.fm’s content and recommendations, all generated via the listening habits of its users. Whether you want to listen to a station based on legendary artists like [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Adele[/lastfm], [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Kenny G[/lastfm], [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Aretha Franklin[/lastfm], or [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]The Beatles[/lastfm], or your favorite lesser-known underground artist ([lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Duffy[/lastfm], anyone?), Last.fm and Radio.com have the station for you.
The streaming experience pulls in photos, biographical information and charts from Last.fm, for an enriched listening experience. As you can see in the screenshots above and below, you can also Love, Ban, Share, or Buy tracks.
Best of all, the little ‘as’ (audioscrobbler) sign at the top, just to the left of the share button and the star? That enables you to start scrobbling, and thereby contributing to the stats and facts that Last.fm Trends showcases every day.