How To Find The Best New Music (Rare Methods)

How To Find The Best New Music (Rare Methods)

Written by Jaron Lewis

Pandora and iTunes might be the typical go to, even Shazam, but there are other great ways to discover new music websites.

Add This Music features the best (underrated) music from up and coming indie artists. They release new and updated playlists every week through their SoundCloud, YouTube, & Spotify channels.

This self-adapting system asks you what bands you like and don’t like to provide you with new music using that information. There are thousands of bands online and more being added every single day. Simply enter your three favorite bands or musicians and Gnoosic will take it from there.

Enter the name of a band you like and the site will provide you with their music and eight bands that fall into the same type. So, you can find the best new artists 2017, and find the new biggest things for your favorite genres.

4. Last.FM

It’s been around since the early 2000’s, but the recommendation and discovery tools are getting better. You’ll see tiles organized at the top of your dashboard, building your recommendation section.

It tracks what you listen to and then uses that data to make suggestions on what similar artists you might like.

However, the expanded recommendations offer even more options to consider, including free downloads, new releases, related artists and more. If an artist pops up that you’re not interested in, simply remove it and increase the odds of getting helpful recs.

5. Awdio

Hit up the website and broadcast now, there is live music streaming from over 60 clubs across the world. That includes parties and DJ sets. You can use Shazam to identify a tune when you hear a track you like. Listening is free and unrestricted; you can stream 24/7 if you want and there are plenty of different channels to choose from. It’s an excellent way to find the best new music 2017.

The Hype monitors blogs across the web and collects MP3 links to build a massive song library. You can favorite them, add them to your dashboard, and play like the radio.

The perfect place to find new alternative and indie music, with regular features from unknown artists who end up as mainstream starlets. It’s a great tool for finding hot new music before anyone else.

The perfect place to find new alternative and indie music, with regular features from unknown artists who end up as mainstream starlets. It’s a great tool for finding hot new music before anyone else.

9. Twitter

Twitter is a valuable resource for quite a lot, and music is no different. You can follow writers and music publications and see who they’re tweeting about. Some great Twitters to start with are All Songs Considered and NPR music, which offers a chance to hear new music before it hits digital or physical shelves.

Additionally, consider following local musicians or your favorites. They tour a lot and hear a lot of music, so you frequently see musicians talking about new music and releases.

SHARING IS SEXY!

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