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Now that new music comes out every Friday – though not always on every streaming service – it can be hard to know where to find the next great song.
To help you out, Business Insider compiles this rundown of the best new music you can stream right now.
This week, Bon Iver and ambient producer Tycho released outstanding new albums, and indie supergroup LIV debuted its first single.
Check out this week’s best new songs:
Tycho — “Horizon”
Tycho’s new album “Epoch” adds another mesmerizing, ambient project to producer Scott Hansen’s catalog. The upbeat highlight “Horizon” stands among his best tracks.
LIV — “Wings of Love”
Lykke Li, Miike Snow, and Peter Bjorn & John – three great indie acts from Sweden – have joined forces as LIV. The supergroup’s first single, “Wings of Love,” echoes the harmonic registers of peak Fleetwood Mac.
Francis and the Lights — “Comeback”
Following previous high-profile collaborations with Drake, Chance the Rapper, and Frank Ocean, Francis Starlite has come into his own on “Farewell, Starlite!,” his debut studio album. The highlight track “Comeback” combines a piano-led, glitch beat with strong melodies.
Danny Brown — “Ain’t It Funny”
Detroit rapper Danny Brown’s critically new acclaimed album “Atrocity Exhibition” is not for the faint of heart. “Ain’t It Funny,” one of the LP’s strongest (and strangest) songs, couples dark drug tales with a nightmarish beat led by horns and warbling synths.
Bon Iver — “29 #Strafford APTS”
Bon Iver’s exceptional new album, “22, A Million,” is the group’s most experimental project to date. Where some of the more radical tracks might alienate old fans, “29 #Strafford APTS” nods to Justin Vernon’s moving acoustic work of past albums, but with a slightly off-kilter sheen.