The MusicBrainz (gomusicbrainz) Golang Library by Michael Wendland is a Go (Golang) WS2 Client Library for use with MusicBrainz. GoMusicBrainz provides developers methods to perform search and lookup requests. The MusicBrainz database contains a huge amount of music metadata, which is maintained by the MusicBrainz community.
Last December, Senzari launched the MusicGraph music recommendation and data access engine as well as the new MusicGraph API. Earlier this month, Senzari opened the MusicGraph API to the public, unveiling the API at the first-ever annual SXSW Music Hackathon Championship. Among the apps included in the list of overall grand prize finalists is Party Play which uses the MusicGraph API to create "a dynamic DJ for parties."
A little over a year ago, Google released a new product called Google Fusion Tables. Fusion Tables allows you to upload, merge, share, and visualize large tables of tabular data. Basically, we wanted to answer the question “I have a spreadsheet. I want to share it with people and create a map/bar chart/storyline/other visualization.” Google Spreadsheets, while powerful, couldn’t handle the 100 meg upload we allow for Fusion Tables. And, being Google, we also provided something for developers.