In an effort to improve its service, Goldmine records, a record store owned by the Universal Music Group, has launched a new subscription service called Goldmine Web.
The new service, which has been available for a couple of weeks, allows users to download and stream unlimited songs from the popular music site and its partners.
The service comes in at $7.99 a month and comes with a variety of music streaming options, including unlimited streaming of songs from popular artists like Rihanna and The Chainsmokers, unlimited streaming for free of artists like Jay-Z, Drake and Justin Timberlake, and free access to tracks from streaming services like Spotify, Tidal and SoundCloud.
It’s a good time to be a fan of Goldmine.
In December, Universal Music signed a deal with Spotify, which means the company can now use its own data and music analysis tools to make its music recommendations.
The music giant also partnered with the streaming service to offer its users unlimited streaming from services like YouTube, SoundCloud, Apple Music, Google Play Music, Amazon Music, and Spotify.
The company’s website has a link to its music services, which you can sign up for by visiting the GoldmineWeb site.
The site offers a free trial period, and users can add additional songs to their listening queue by going to the “subscriptions” tab and tapping “add more songs.”
Users can also download songs from their Apple Music library and play them on the website.
Goldmine Web is an effort by the company to improve on its earlier service, with a new focus on giving users access to more content, including albums, music videos, music clips, podcasts, radio shows, and more.
For those who are not familiar with Goldmine, it was founded by Paul O’Connor, who founded SoundCloud and founded Soundcloud Music, which was acquired by Universal in 2014.
SoundCloud Music is still a part of Universal Music.
While it was initially designed to be an independent streaming service for music fans, the company has since expanded to include music videos and video clips, and a wide array of other audio-only music files.
Goldmines service also includes support for its own music analytics and music player tools, and it’s been a longtime focus of the company on making its service better.
According to a company blog post, the Goldmines site will be a “top-notch music discovery and sharing platform.”
Users will be able to search for their records in the music database, find music by artists, albums, and genres, and download songs.
Goldmine will also allow users to view the artists, songs, artists and albums of other Goldmine users, as well as their followers.
It also will provide a search for other users, with users being able to add their own music and add the artists and songs of others.
In a video posted to its Facebook page on Monday, the site also detailed how to install the new service on its servers, adding that it will be made available in the coming weeks.
The company also has partnered with music streaming service Spotify, offering its users access on the service to streaming tracks for free.
The service has also announced plans to expand its services to include a music recommendation feature, which will allow users who don’t subscribe to Spotify to access its music service, allowing them to add music to their library, search and play tracks from Spotify, and listen to music without needing to pay.