Last.fm is a music service powered entirely by its community of listeners.

How? It all starts with scrobbling.

scrobble: skrob·bul (ˈskrɒbəll)
[verb] To automatically add the tracks you play to your Last.fm profile with a piece of software called a Scrobbler
  1. If I'm not scrobbling the music I hear, it doesn't count!
  • 82,252,800 scrobbles
    in the last week
  • 11,750,400 scrobbles
    in the last day
  • 489,600 scrobbles
    in the last hour
  • 5,875,200 scrobbles
    in the last 12 hours
  • 8,160 scrobbles
    in the last minute
  • 136 scrobbles
    in the last second

That's over 88,749,093,759 tracks scrobbled since 2003.
About 692,297 years of music in total.

Download the Scrobbler

The Scrobbler automatically fills your library and updates it with what you've been listening to on your computer or iPod.

Why scrobble? In addition to helping the Last.fm community learn more about the music you love, you get…

  • Personal top charts
  • Music and concert recommendations
  • Connect to like-minded listeners (musical neighbours)

Connect your Last.fm profile

Connect your Last.fm profile up to Twitter and more! Learn how to tell all your friends when you love a track; add your recent tracks to your blog and tweet your weekly top tracks

Looking for help?

First, try our Frequently Asked Questions. Not in the FAQ? Try checking the support forums where current issues are being discussed.

Join the forums

Last.fm is full of music lovers and many of them hang out on our official forums. Read the community guidelines and dive on in for conversation, help, and assorted banter.

People

Find friends from other sites using our friend finder.

Groups

Groups are based on a common interest, an artist or genre, or anything really! Each group has top charts, a forum and a custom station.

Check out our recently active groups or even the newest ones.