Music Online, the umbrella for a group of streaming audio databases we subscribe to, has added a boatload of albums licensed from Universal, bringing in new material faster than we can add the records to our catalog. You may already be familiar with our streaming audio resources for great coverage of classical, jazz, world and folk music, but this increases our streaming access to popular music. For example, you'll find Stevie Wonder, the Who, Nirvana and Avicii.
The easiest way to get to everything available is to use Browse > A/V Streaming, then click on Music Online. As with all our online subscription services, you can access them from anywhere with an internet connection. If you are off-campus or using the Berklee public wifi, you'll be hit up for your OnePass credentials along the way. So, whether you are in nearby Brighton or the Brighton on the English seaside, you can fire up Quadrophenia, the Who's coming-of-age concept album about the Mods who hung out there.