The dream of all the world's music, streaming spontaneously from any device, be it computer, smartphone, or TV, is moving tantalizing closer to reality with cloud music provider Mog of Berkeley. The small tech start-up's Mog All Access takes off this summer, charging customers $5 a month for all they can stream and download from a vast library of hundreds of thousands of songs. It's quick, intuitive, well-designed, and even features automatic radio like Pandora, so you can hit just one button and let it play. Want to hear Notorious B.I.G.'s entire discography in one juicy playlist? Done. Want to listen to all of Eminem's new release Relapse, the day it comes out, along with all the other Tuesday releases each week? Mog's got your back. No catalog will ever be truly complete, but Mog goes a long way to bringing cloud music down to Earth.
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