Top 4 RSS Music Feeds to Get New Tunes Every Day

Jessica Cam Wong 09-05-2011

rss music feedsMusic discovery websites seem to have exploded in popularity lately. There are music discovery social networks 3 Social Music Networks to Discover & Share New Tunes Read More , desktop applications and even online music stations Find, Listen To, Or Promote New Music With Amazing Tunes Here's a little something for those of you who love to make or listen to new music. The Internet has given us yet another awesome way to discover and promote music: Amazing Tunes. The idea... Read More . You can actually even resort to using YouTube YouTube Music: Easily Discover New Music Videos on YouTube Read More and iTunes’ iMix features to discover new songs. There are, indeed, many free ways to discover new music Top 10 Free Ways to Discover New Music Online Read More easily.


Steve recently wrote a post The 7 Best Websites to Check Out New Music Releases Here are the best new music websites for keeping up-to-date with new songs and album releases. Read More on what websites to check out to obtain new music releases. Since we want to make life easier for you and help you reap the benefits of music for your brain, we will also go over what specific RSS music feeds you can get to obtain the latest tunes in the comfort of your RSS reader, that is, without having to check multiple websites daily.


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This site offers feeds for featured music releases, mostly albums, along with the release date and album price. Though it may not have a lot of additional information, it’s definitely short and sweet, which should suit anyone that wants the updates in a quick glance.

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Of course, being the giant digital store it is, iTunes maintains records of new music releases (both albums and singles) along with album/single price information, release date, genre and album/single cover. The cool thing about the RSS site that iTunes offers is that you can choose what the feed will display. You can make the feed display 10, 25, and up to 300 items, and best of all, you can pick what genre you’re interested in. The following feed is for 25 new releases of all genres.

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New Album Releases

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New Album Releases appeared in Steve’s post The 7 Best Websites to Check Out New Music Releases Here are the best new music websites for keeping up-to-date with new songs and album releases. Read More , and it’s truly worth another mention here as it provides a feed full of informative posts about the latest albums that have been released. Each post details the artist, style or genre and even has an image of the album cover!


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rss music feedsRoadie provides a feed similar to New Album Releases with the difference that the former simply presents you with the name of the artist, the new album being released, the price of the album, and an Amazon MP3 link for you to obtain more information on the track list and the artist.

While the website says you can search for your favorite artist and get an RSS feed to get updates only for that musician, the resulting feed gives information on all artists, not your favorite artists exactly. It’s still a good feed to keep yourself updated with the latest album releases, since it reports additional albums that New Album Releases doesn’t.

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Now that you’re updated with lots of information on the latest albums, why not go to music streaming sites to listen to those new songs and albums? Here are 7 sites that do not impose any restrictions The 8 Best Free Online Music Streaming Services With No Limitations Want to listen to free music without limitations? Here are the best free music streaming services with no restrictions. Read More , such as time limits. You can also check out 14+ Hottest Music Streaming & Discovery Sites The 14+ Hottest Music Streaming & Discovery Sites Read More , which should keep you plenty entertained.

How do you discover new music? Let us know in the comments!

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  1. Joe Lavery
    May 10, 2011 at 5:40 pm

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  2. Saikat Basu
    May 10, 2011 at 2:19 am

    Though I haven't tried it for a long time, Music-Alerts [Broken URL Removed] also lets you specify artists in a comma separated list and get alerts or feeds.

    • Jessica Cam W.
      May 10, 2011 at 4:25 am

      Thanks for the input, Saikat!