Wednesday, March 25, 2009
Today we’re announcing an upcoming change to the way Last.fm Radio works in some parts of the world. In the United States, United Kingdom and Germany, nothing will change.
In all other countries, listening to Last.fm Radio will soon require a subscription of €3.00 per month. There will be a 30 track free trial, and we hope this will convince people to subscribe and keep listening to the radio. Everything else on Last.fm (scrobbling, recommendations, charts, biographies, events, videos etc.) will remain free in all countries, like it is now.
Since we streamed our first track from Last.fm back in 2002, we have focused on playing the right songs to the right people, compensating artists for playing their music, and being the best music site on the web. We appreciate the support we get from the 30 million people who use Last.fm every month—double the number of people since this time last year. We work with over 280,000 labels and artists, many of whom we pay directly, and have built up the largest catalogue of any web radio platform: over 7 million tracks are available on Last.fm Radio stations.
In order to keep providing the best radio service on the web, we need to ask our listeners from countries other than USA, UK and Germany to subscribe for €3.00 per month. In return you’ll get unlimited access to Last.fm Radio, and a promise that we’ll be hard at work improving the service for years to come.
Ή αλλιώς ..shit!
Monday, March 23, 2009
Berlin electronic music composer Martin (Paul Kalkbrenner), known as DJ Ickarus, is touring with his manager and girlfriend Mathilde (Rita Lengyel) from club to club around the globe and is about to release their biggest album to date. However, all of his plans are thrown out of kilter after Ickarus is submitted to the emergency ward of a psychiatric clinic high on drugs after a gig- A tragicomedy in Berlin of today.
From the director of 'One Day in Europe' (Berlinale 2005 in Official Competition) and 'Berlin is in Germany' (Berlinale 2001 Panorama Audience Award) Hannes Stöhr.
/ Berlin calling
/ Greg calling
..because it's all about the music!
Sunday, March 15, 2009
Άκου τώρα τι κάνει το iTunes το νέο.. Βάζεις λέει το iTunes DJ να παίζει και κατα τα γνωστά μπορείς να το αφήσεις μόνο του, να προσθέτεις εσύ κομμάτια ή να αλλάζεις τη θέση στη λίστα που βρίσκονται. Επιπλέον, μπορείς να επιτρέπεις σε άτομα με Ipod touch & Iphone να συνδέονται και να προτείνουν και αυτοί κομμάτια για να ακουστούν. Επιπλέον, μπορείς να τους αφήσεις να ψηφίζουν τα επόμενα tracks τα οποία πλέον θα παίζουν μόνο εάν συγκεντρώνουν αρκετές ψήφους.. Τι ωραίες μαγκιές είναι αυτές.. Φέρτε μου 10 άτομα με iPhone να παίξουμε!!!