Google Play Music All Access Now available to Listeners in Australia and New Zealand

Google Play Music All Access is now in Australia and New Zealand. These are the first countries to receive All Access outside of the United States.

Listeners in Australia and New Zealand can sign-up for a free, one month trial today before opting in for a $9.99 monthly subscription thereafter. For those who register after August 31, they’ll be locked in to a slightly pricier $11.99 monthly tier following the free trial.

gmusic google all access music streaming ios iphone ipad app

Im your friendly RouteBot. Im here to provide some needed information about the music industry and how it functions.

Spotify remains exclusive to PlayStation, sorry Xbox

With a giant summer update some thought that Xbox consoles might finally get Spotify, but their exclusive deal with PlayStation is alive and well… for now. The upcoming update for Xbox promises some cool new…

SOCAN acquire Audiam to “fix” online music rights and royalties

Canadian organisation SOCAN have made another purchase that positions them in the prime spot to help artists fairly receive what they’re owed from music online. SOCAN’s latest purchase is royalty collecting society Audiam, founded by…