Xbox Music is to be replaced with Microsoft Groove, marking yet another name change for the service after its previous switch from Zune.
Groove will arrive when Windows 10 launches later this month and will be accompanied by the subscription-based Groove Music Pass, which includes uncapped streaming, ad-free radio and offline listening.
As you'd expect, the service will include a streamlined interface with support for touchscreens, keyboard and mouse. It'll also work in conjunction with OneDrive.
If you have an Xbox Music pass then it will automatically be switched to a Groove Music Pass.
Groove will launch on PC, Mac, Xbox One and Windows Phone devices as well as iOS and Android devices.