MySpace Music Comes To Oz

Australia is the first territory to get the MySpace music platform

MySpace is barging its way into the music arena with the release of the MySpace Music platform in Australia.

As the first territory in a global rollout, MySpace Music brings to Australia all of the functionality including a catalogue of fully licensed audio tracks and artist play listing, in addition to monetisation opportunities for all artists.

MySpace Music is a joint venture among MySpace, EMI Music, Sony Music, Universal Music Group and Warner Music Group, MySpace Music not only offers users in Australia access to content from the four major music labels, but also access to The Orchard and IODA catalogues as well: two of the largest independent digital music aggregators.

MySpace Music also offers users in Australia the opportunity to purchase and download single songs and full albums on iTunes. Additional products and functionality include:

  • Free and unlimited ad-supported, full-length audio streaming of single songs and albums
  • Free and unlimited ability to create and share playlists with easy addition of tracks to playlists via drag-and-drop functionality
  • Access to MySpace Music’s vast catalogue of content from EMI Music, Sony Music,
    Universal Music Group, Warner Music Group, The Orchard and IODA artists and more
    The ability to purchase and download music on iTunes

  • The My Music personal music management toolset allows users to create and edit their playlists, discover what their friends, favourite bands and celebrities are listening to, as well as browse and search for songs

  • The Artist Activity Feed in the pop-up player provides users with constant updates from their favorite artists, including new songs added to player, blog entries, recent uploaded photos and updates to their playlists

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