Wired.com — March 2, 2018 — If you’re a music fan, you probably don’t pay much attention to the radio stations you listen to.
But a new music streaming service that’s been rolling out to existing subscribers in major cities across the United States has taken a different approach: it’s giving you all the information you need right from your Spotify account.
The platform, which is owned by SoundCloud, has a new feature that gives you the information on all your music, including playlists, artist names, and album artwork.
SoundCloud has been trying to make the experience more personal and personalized over the past few years by giving subscribers a “music diary” for tracking their music.
But the new feature is different because it gives you all those information from the start.
SoundCloud’s new paid-subscription service, SoundCloud Premium, allows you to view the information in your Spotify history, with a little more granularity than previous plans.
It will also let you track your favorite artists on Spotify, and the company has also made a number of changes to its interface.
It’s now easier to find music on the site and search for your favorite tracks in the Music tab.
There’s also a new tab for “artist, song, and artist title” that gives a better idea of how much your favorite artist has made from Spotify over the years.
As a Spotify Premium subscriber, you’ll also get access to the service’s “Spotify Music Dashboard” where you can see all of your music in a single place, track your progress and see the artists and tracks that have been streamed to you.
If you have multiple SoundCloud accounts, you can share the dashboard with others, as long as they’re not using a separate SoundCloud account.
You’ll also be able to buy SoundCloud Music Dashboards on the company’s site.
The price is set to be $3.99 per month for a limited time, with the option to upgrade to $9.99 a month.
You can also use the service for free, but you’ll pay $9 a month for each year you keep the account.
Soundcloud’s free music streaming is great for fans who want to pay attention to their music, but it’s also important for users who aren’t fans.
The company has had a number, like the music of artists like Kanye West and Beyoncé, that has been made available on Spotify for free.
But many artists don’t want to release their music to the public, and SoundCloud’s move to make its service free has had an impact on the quality of music being made available to fans.