Apple Music can be found within i Tunes on your computer (you'll need to update your software first) or the Music app on your i OS device, and you can sign up and use the service for free for three months, after which Apple will begin charging £9.99 per month for the service.
There is a free option of Apple Music, but it only offers limited features.
When Apple unveiled Apple Music at WWDC 2015 on 8 June, Spotify's CEO and founder Daniel Ek tweeted just two words: "Oh ok." The tweet has since been deleted, but it could well indicate that the company is mighty scared by Apple's venture into the music streaming market that Spotify has dominated for several years.
On 10 June, just two days after Apple's unveiling of Apple Music, Spotify published a blog post to reveal that it now has 20 million paying subscribers, and 75 million active users in total, but that took almost seven years to achieve.
Early 60s rockabilly, surf-rock, and bubblegum (all products of the previous decade), are of course essential to so much punk, but the novelty act is also a punk staple.