What is the Antenna Sampler on Google Play?


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Antenna Sampler, a menu in the Google Play Music store, provides links to free tracks from up-and-coming artists selected by the Google Play Music team. Typical genres featured in the sampler are hip-hop, indie rock, world music and electronic.

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What is the Antenna Sampler on Google Play?
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As of October 2015, some free songs featured in the Antenna Sampler are "Gemini Rise" by The Ghost Ease, "You Can't Always Be Liked" by Expert Alterations, "I Don't Know Yet" by Anik Kahn, "The Upper Hand" by Destruction Unit and "Ollie North" by Donovan Wolfington.

To listen to free tracks, individuals need a Google Play account. After logging in with an account name and password, a user can add songs to her playlist.

Google Play Music is a streaming service and online music library for Android and iOS devices, Web browsers and media players. Google publicly launched the service on November 16, 2011. The store is available in 58 countries and has over 30 million tracks available for purchase or streaming. Those with standard accounts can upload and listen to up to 50,000 songs at no cost or purchase individual tracks. A user can also enroll in an all-access subscription for $9.99 per month that entitles her to on-demand streaming of any song in the Google Play Music catalogue.

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