The LPFM Last.fm Scrobbler is a .NET library for accessing the Last.fm API from desktop, web, or mobile applications. Specifically, the library supports the Scrobble, Now Playing, Love/Unlove, and Ban/Unban functionalities from version 2.0 of the API.
Somewhere out there is a singer-songwriter who could use your code. And who knows, that artist--or one of the other more than 10,000 on ArtistData--might even pay you for it.
ArtistData is a site to help musicians store their information and reach out to fans in the shortest amount of time. For example, enter tour dates once, then publish to MySpace, your website and send local media alerts.
iLike, Facebook's favorite music service, has officially launched their new API. TechCrunch reports that iLike is partnering with Google, TypePad, Flixster, Connected Weddings, and others, in the launch. The music itself is provided by Rhapsody.
The Music Apps Hack Weekend held February 25-26 at New York City's SPiN Ping Pong Club invited developers to build music apps powered by the Spotify API. The event was organized by OMD and saw representatives from McDonalds, Mountain Dew, Doritos, State Farm and others actively engage in seeing how developers could possibly drive consumer engagement via music apps.