I used to listen to Pandora, but that has been impossible for some time because it’s been suspended in Poland (and some other countries). Let me quote Pandora’s authors:
We are deeply, deeply sorry to say that due to licensing constraints, we can no longer allow access to Pandora for most listeners located outside of the U.S.
At the same time I listened to last.fm but for some reason (why?) I stopped. Recently I re-discovered that service and I’m really excited about it! For those who haven’t used it, it’s a social network that allows to listen music you like (what you declare and tracks with similar genre that you may like), learn your friends’ music tastes, find information about music events that take place near the place you leave, discover new artists/tracks, etc. You can listen music either via a web browser or using special player (the player is more efficient and handy). This player can also register (scrobble) what you listen on your PC from CDs or mp3 files and updates your music profile. Eventually, you can listen what you like wherever you go provided you have Internet connection.
If you’d like to see what I’ve been listening to recently, look below at my “Top albums music quilt”: