Music In My City Versus Your City

Music In My City Versus Your City
technology

While following Music Hack Day events in Stockholm, we came across a website that enables visitors to compare listening patterns of different cities, based on data from Last FM.

Plus Aziz
  • 1 february 2010

While following Music Hack Day events in Stockholm, we came across a website that enables visitors to compare listening patterns of different cities, based on data from Last FM. The website was developed by creative coder Michael Schieben, hailing from Hamburg, Germany.

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