The application is also included in Debian's repositories (and probably most other distributions), and it can be downloaded alternately from the Tools page on Last.fm. What I liked is that they also offer an online Debian repository for it here, although I recommend using the official package in Debian's repositories. But if you want the latest version, the repositories they provide are fine.
Main interface after logging in
The client is built using the Qt 4.3.4 libraries since April 2, 2008, so the integration with KDE 4.x should be just fine. You will also need a Last.fm account in order to use it.
The left tab contains most of the important links for the Last.fm radio, like recently played, loved or banned songs, tags, friends, neighbours or history. You can love, ban or skip songs (but unfortunately I couldn't find any 'pause' button). You can also start your own radio station and add favourite songs there.
Listening to radio
It integrates with the system tray, and it's available in several languages, like English, French or Italian.
It also offers several configuration options, like the audio engine or the icon in the system tray.
As a conclusion, the Last.fm client can prove very useful for persons who like to listen to internet radio a lot, unless you prefer to do it in your own audio player of choice. Overall, another nice free application for our delight, and these projects should really be encouraged and supported.
Updated: Jul 01, 2008 (Created: Jul 01, 2008)