Google Play Music’s Plug and Play Wall With 35 Million Songs

Google Play Music only launched last month in Japan and to celebrate they have set up a wall on a sidewalk near the Parco in Shibuya, Tokyo. This isn’t just any wall though as this wall features over 13,000 headphone jacks which passers by can plug their headphones into and listen to a random selection of Google Play Music’s library of 35 million songs, each output playing something different.

Japanese users can now subscribe to Google Play Music’s streaming service and until the 18th of October are able to get it at a discount price of ¥780 ($6.56) every month rather than ¥980 ($8.25) a month which it will be after the 18th. Google’s music wall will be up until the 24th October.

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