Mashups for: Last.fm + YouTube

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44tips - your visual start page

With 44tips.com you create a startpage with your favorite content. Import your photos, videos, music, bookmarks. View your favorite websites in one place. Discover similar content. Collect, save and share your content. 

YouTube, Twitter, Thumbalizr, LinkedIn, LastFM, Hyves, Flickr, Facebook, del.icio.us 
ApiTickr

Collection of widgets for different APIs that can be embedded. 

LinkedIn, LastFM, Jaiku, Flickr, EBay, del.icio.us, Photobucket, Twitter, YouTube 
Arcane Pillage

Searches music videos on YouTube and audio tracks on Last.fm. In Japanese and English. 

YouTube, LastFM 
Artist Cloud iGoogle Gadget

iGoogle gadget of the popular Music Artist Cloud mashup for music discovery based on similar artists. 

YouTube, LastFM, GoogleHomepage, GoogleAppEngine 
Audiggle

Audiggle allows users to identify music using just their PC. Be it a YouTube clip, TV show on Hulu, internet radio, DVD or any other source, Audiggle can find the title and artist. Also features a mashup of lyrics, concerts, videos, band info and albums. 

YouTube, LastFM, ITunesandiTunesConnect, Bandsintown, AmazonEC2 
Austin City Limits Music Festival radio

Discover all the artists playing at thse 2013 Austin City Limits Music Festival taking place on October 4-6 & 11-13 in Austin, TX with ACL.fm, the unofficial radio app for ACL Fest. 

YouTube, LastFM 
Bassicly

Bassicly is an App that utilises multiple APIs to provide a service that allows people to listen to bass orientated / electronic music in a seamless interface. Bassicly was created as a result of frustrations with listening to the vast amount of musical content available on YouTube but not having an easy to use interface to do it with. As well as being able to play music from YouTube, you can make it scrobble the tracks you are listening to in real time to Last.fm. 

YouTube, MusicBrainz, LastFM, GigJunkie, BBCMusic 
Beardscratchers Compendium

A music-based mashup that connects and filters disparate music metadata from across the Web, with an aim towards accuracy and focus on the music. Combines many different APIs from YouTube to Last.fm. 

Yahoo, YahooMusic, Wikipedia, Upcoming, Twitter, Songkick, MusicBrainz, MTV, LastFM, Gruvr, Flickr, Eventful, EchoNest, AmazonProductAdvertising, YouTube 
Blog Juice

Blog Juice is a bookmarklet that looks for a MyBlogLog identifier on the current page and uses the API and 9 other services to find information about its recent readers roll. Bookmark users for later and visit their sites, all without leaving the page. 

YouTube, Upcoming, Twitter, MyBlogLog, LinkedIn, LastFM, Flickr, Digg, del.icio.us 
blueorganizer

The blueorganizer is the smart browser extension for Firefox. With this organizer the web turns into everyday objects like books, cars, restaurants and movies. Collect things with 1 click, find new information and share what you find with your friends. 

YouTube, YahooShopping, YahooMaps, Technorati, LastFM, Google, GoogleMaps, Flickr, EBay, del.icio.us, CafePress, AmazonS3, AmazonProductAdvertising 
Briteclick

Briteclick is a search that displays multiple sources of relevant information in a sidebar. View results without being forced to leave your current page.  

YouTube, Yelp, YahooAnswers, Wikipedia, LastFM, GoogleTranslatorToolkit, GoogleTranslate, GoogleShoppingSearch, GoogleShoppingContent, Google, GoogleMaps, GoogleCustomSearch, FriendFeed, Flickr, Facebook, Etsy, EBay, Bing, AmazonProductAdvertising 
Charts.fm

Create your own charts, find new music or radio stations, watch the videos of your favorite artist or band. 

YouTube, YesBroadcastDB, LyricWiki, LastFM, Facebook, AmazonProductAdvertising 
Coast Rack

Coast Rack searches for artists tracks and their videos from sources including Last.fm, MusicBrainz, and YouTube. 

YouTube, MusicBrainz, LastFM 
dbrec

Music recommendations and explanations for about 40,000 artists and bands. Uses linked data and semantic web techniques to make connections.  

YouTube, Twitter, LastFM, DBpedia 
Dinle

Dinle.org is a music mashup site, containing information about music artists, including albums, mp3s, videos and pictures. Dinle.org is in the Turkish language. Dinle means listen. 

YouTube, SeeqPod, LastFM, GooglePicasa 
Dj ACC

Dj ACC is the new address for free online metal music. Everyday it plays great songs continuously in each genre from the best metal bands in the world. You can share tracks with your friends if you like. Select your genre, listen great music, share it and enjoy. Stay heavy, stay with metal. 

YouTube, LastFM 
DoAt (do@)

DoAt (do@) is a new mobile search engine for the iPhone. DoAt is an open platform for answering search queries and any developer can submit a web app to answer any type of query (music, movies, weather, restaurants, etc.). 

YouTube, Yelp, YahooBOSS, WeatherChannel, Vimeo, VideoSurf, SoundCloud, Songkick, Shopping.com, Reddit, NewYorkTimesMovieReviews, Netflix, Movieclipscom, LinkedIn, LastFM, ITunesandiTunesConnect, Instagram, Howcast, GoogleMaps, Foursquare, Flickr, Facebook, EBay, Digg, CrunchBase, CityGrid, Bing, AOLVideo, AmazonProductAdvertising, 8tracks, 5min 
Dubtune

Dubtune uses YouTube, Soundcloud and Last.fm to create a Dubstep listening platform for fans of the genre. Soundcloud and Youtube are used as the basis for media streaming and Last.fm for meta data.  

YouTube, SoundCloud, LastFM 
Echoes - Kazulo

Echoes is a "Real-time topic mashup homepage". Our objective is to automate the generation of useful and relevant homepages for any topic search. The homepages are built using several different APIs, semantic web resources, and user-generated-co 

YouTube, Yahoo, YahooImages, Twitter, LastFM, GoogleMaps, GoogleAnalytics, AmazonProductAdvertising 
Eletrohitz

Brazilian site that shows music suggestions along with music videos. 

YouTube, LastFM 
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