Last.fm has expanded their recommendation services with a website relaunch. In addition to recommending music based on tracks that you've tagged, or scrobbled, or tallywacked (the last option coming in the next version, actually), Last.fm will alert you to concerts in your local area. If you like to help websites with their legwork, or just want to promote your favorite artist, you can add to their concert database. Last.fm also unveiled a new Flash player, which will help those who don't like to leave their web browser, or for folks whose evil office IT people won't let them install the standard Last.fm client software. A new "Taste-o-meter" will show your compatibility with other users on the system (if I find someone who matches me exactly, I'm proposing to them - female, male, or animal.) Finally Last.fm is offering a free download service for selected tracks, to the tune of over 100,000 selections.