We were just writing the other week about how Wikipedia is an underutilised music resource, and now a mash-up service has sprung up blending it with Last .fm. It’s called Wiki FM, and it involves splitting your browser window in two: on the left is a Last .fm widget letting you search by artist or play your personal stations, while on the right is the Wikipedia page or whatever band is currently playing. It’s neat and simple, although the only problem is that many new artists might not have their own Wikipedia page yet, reducing its value as a discovery mechanism.

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