Posted 15 January
Music Unlimited update: 3 months of music for £3
For a very limited time Music Unlimited is offering you the chance to listen to all the music you want, whenever and wherever, for just £1 a month. Listen on your phone without an internet connection in Offline Mode or sample your favourite tracks in the highest quality streamed audio, available now on your PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PS Vita, PC and more.
Haven’t tried Music Unlimited yet? Or maybe you tried it sometime ago and haven’t seen the many updates from the past six months? No problem. Simply purchase 3 months for just £3 today and enjoy this limited time offer.*
Call of Duty: Ghosts soundtrack and interview
The new Call of Duty: Ghosts delivers the kind of epic soundtrack you would expect from such a blockbuster title. As ever, we bring the PlayStation community the best selection of soundtracks from newly released titles and you can listen now HERE.
David Buckley, veteran composer of COD Ghosts and other blockbuster games including Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots, has compiled an incredible collection of 35 tracks that set the scene for the game. We were lucky enough to get some time with him and ask him how the soundtrack came about. Check out the full interview HERE.
Best of 2013 playlists
Check out our new Best of 2013 playlists, celebrating the finest music from last year in each respective genre, from indie rock to classical and metal to jazz. Find your favourites and discover new gems handpicked by our expert Music Unlimited editorial team.
Ones to watch
Recently named #2 in BBC Sounds of 2014, the incredible vocals of Ella Eyre and her Deeper EP are promising to fill the airwaves, especially with an album due later this year. Collaborations with Rudimental, Bastille and Tinie Tempah have already paved the way for what promises to be one of the most exciting artists of this year.
Jazz song bird Zara McFarlane’s highly anticipated new album ‘If You Knew Her’ will be available on the service from 20th January and is sure to impress, combining classic era piano movements, Miles Davis-esque double bass lines and dulcet vocal performances.
Finally, our new office favourites Wild Feathers have provided the necessary get up and go to see us through the January gloom. Their debut album is available on the service now, and here’s hoping they extend their current headline US tour to Europe later in the year.
*Offer closes 23:59pm on 31st January. Valid to all users except for current subcribers and trialists. For full terms and conditions, please see.