Update: support for both items is now live.
Beat Hazard fans, PC gamers, and music junkies will be pleased with this news: both Last.FM and Internet radio streaming support are on the way for the new version of Cold Beam Games' shmup (Ultra).
Don't know about Last.FM? It's an essential site and application for music lovers which tracks what music you listen to and recommends you more music and local concerts based on what it finds. What this means for Beat Hazard is the songs you play to in-game will be tracked by Last.FM.
Perhaps even better, Internet radio streaming support should mean you'll no longer be relegated to what tracks you and your partner or opponent share when playing online, but damn near everything on the Internet.
Cold Beam Games says they've got some work to do before this is implemented and working fully, but yes, definitely something to look forward to. And a future possibility: online Boss Rush and Survival modes.