If you've been interested in checking out streaming music service Tidal, co-owned by rapper Jay-Z and Sprint (but not Apple), you can give it a spin for free over the holidays. That should be plenty of time for folks to decide if they want to stick with the service, though there's no need to do not forget to cancel it after the 12 days are up - no credit card is required. From December 25 through January 5, 2018, anyone will be able to activate a preview account on Tidal with just an email address (credit card information not required). The deluge of exclusives will also include interviews, music videos, documentaries, artist-curated playlists, new content for Tidal's original series and ticket giveaways.
"Heading into 2018, we're looking forward to giving TIDAL members more access and a high-quality soundtrack to everyday life", said Tony Gervino, Vice President, Culture & Content. The full schedule can be found in this Google Docs spreadsheet.
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There are a bunch of music services out there vying for your monthly subscription, and today, TIDAL announced that it will let you try out its service with no strings attached. The first episode features Grammy Award-winning pianist, Eddie Palmieri.
Although there has been recent news about TIDAL's troubles, it appears the streaming service is still making a push to stand firm in the crowded marketplace. The first episode features the synth-pop project, Porches.