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BassiclyBassicly 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.  
BBCifyAutomatic creation of Spotify playlists based on music broadcast on BBC Radio 1, Radio 2 and BBC 6 Music. Each individual show is converted into a playlist each day, as well as playlists updated nightly with the latest show and last 100 tracks played on a brand.  
biblifyBiblify creates Spotify playlists from the latest album reviews from across the web.  
Glastonbury 2009 Lineup MashupA mashup adding information from last.fm, amazon, the BBC and through them Music Brainz and Wikipedia, as well as music from LazyTune and videos from Google to the Glastonbury 2009 lineup. Includes Facebook app to mark bands.  
Now Playing on BBC RadioSee what tracks are playing on the radio, see artist information, news stories, events, images, biographies and reviews all in real-time to BBC national radio stations. Scrobble tracks to Last.fm or post to Facebook, all in realtime.  
SongDNAThe SongDNA iPhone app aims to be *the* source for song information. It collects data on any song from over 10 sources on the internet: the lyrics, the video's, the bio, the highest rank in the charts, gigs, tweets, you name it, SongDNA shows it!  
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