ListenBrainz keeps tracks of what music you listen to and provides you with insights into your listening habits. We're completely open-source and publish our data as open data.
You can use ListenBrainz to track your music listening habits and share your taste with others using our visualizations. We also have an API if you want to do more with our data.
To get started, you'll need to sign in with a MusicBrainz account. If you don't have a MusicBrainz account, you can create one! Once you have an account, you can import data from Last.FM, connect your Spotify account, or use one of the many players which can automatically record your listening history.
Need help? Ask our community!
ListenBrainz is operated by the MetaBrainz Foundation which has a long-standing history of curating, protecting and making music data available to the public. MetaBrainz commits itself to safe-guarding the ListenBrainz data indefinitely.
We also make this incredibly useful data available to anyone who cares to play with it. You can use our API or our regular public data dumps. All non-commercial use of this data is free, but commercial users are asked to support us in order to help fund the project.
For more information about this project and its goals, please take a look at our goals page.
If you are interested in helping out, consider donating to the MetaBrainz Foundation.
If you are interesting in contributing code or documentation, please have a look at the code repository or come visit us in the #metabrainz IRC channel on irc.freenode.net.