Reports have surfaced that Google will reveal its new music subscription service tomorrow at the company’s annual software developers I/O Conference in San Francisco. Google has signed licensing deals with the world’s top 3 major labels Warner Music Group, Universal Music Group and Sony Music Entertainment ahead of the service’s debut. The news means Google
Rdio have offered up a pretty sweet deal for those currently struggling to pick sides in the streaming music service war – new subscribers will be given unlimited access to the service for a 6-month period. If you sign up now, you will be able to hit up its entire 18 million-strong collection of jams.
Rdio, the online music subscription service, launched its Rdio Artist Program in October 2012. Since that time the Artist Program, which financially rewards artists for attracting fans to Rdio, has gathered momentum with the addition of several more prolific acts. Some of the latest bands and solo artists to join the Rdio Artist Program include
Earlier today Music Feeds reported on a new initiative by music streaming company Rdio titled Rdio Artist Program. The program looks to financially reward artists who interact with their fans and turn them into Rdio subscribers.
Music streaming service Rdio have come up with a new method of financially rewarding musical artists via what the company has dubbed the Rdio Artist Program. The first initiative of its kind, the Rdio Artist Program aims to encourage artists to interact with their fans by paying musicians a sum of $10 US for each
Spotify is the next online digital service to launch in Australia, offering social, on-demand access to more than 16 million free tracks through their desktop, iOS and Facebook application. It will also offer a triple j app for Australian users, showcasing tracks on their hit-list, featured albums and past hottest 100 countdowns. Since its launch
After hosting shows at Sydney’s Beach Road Hotel, which included Twin Shadow, Das Racist, Canyons and Austra; music streaming website Rdio are taking their The Music Everywhere Party on the road.
Rdio unveiled a revamped look at the SxSW Festival last night, now providing an even faster, simpler social music experience for their users. The new Rdio enhances the music discovery aspects of the service, making it even easier to find music, share playlists and enlist millions of taste makers to shape your next musical choice.
Australia’s newest music streaming service Rdio launched in Australia last month and is already changing the way people discover and share music. Today they have announced Facebook as one of their official music partners. Users can now instantly play music on Facebook using Rdio and share what they’re listening to via Facebook features News Feed
Das Racist, Twin Shadow (DJ set), Alpine, Canyons, Austra (DJ set), Jonti, Rufus, Nantes, Collarbone, Purple Sneakers DJs and rooms hosted by FBI, Halfway Crooks, The Thousands and GoodGod Rdio is a music streaming service that lets users discover new music and re-discover old favourites by following friends, people with similar music tastes and key
US based ad-free music service Rdio has landed in Australia and VICE are putting on a massive party to celebrate its launch on Saturday 4th February at Bondi’s Beach Road Hotel. The show will cram in 2 floors of the venue with music, featuring a massive line-up including Das Racist, Canyons, Alpine, Jonti, Nantes, Rufus
The battle for Australia’s supreme music streaming service has a new competitor – US based ad-free music service Rdio. Australians can now get a free seven-day trial of music streaming subscription service by visiting its offical website. If you like what you see/hear, you can get unlimited access to Rdio for $20.99 a month through