Neptune Music has unveiled a new music streaming service called Neptune.com, which will feature an original Neptune album.
The service is a direct competitor to Spotify, Rdio and other popular music streaming services.
The website features an artist section where users can listen to a single album or listen to all of their music collections.
Users can then purchase individual tracks from the Neptune Music catalog on their own account.
The Neptune Music website has been launched in the US and New Zealand.
It is available on iOS and Android smartphones, tablets and laptops, and is also available on desktop computers.
Users can purchase a subscription to Neptune Music, which allows users to listen to music from their personal collection, including albums from artists such as Nine Inch Nails, The Smiths, KISS, The Who, Queens of the Stone Age, Metallica, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
For example, users can buy two or three of the band’s songs and then listen to each track individually, or combine them together.
Users will also be able to stream the tracks individually, but they can also subscribe to the service to listen at a time.
This new service is being created by a group of musicians from different regions of the world, according to a press release.
It’s expected to launch this fall in New Zealand, Australia, Canada, the US, Europe, and South Africa.