By John Lynch
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The late, great David Bowie.
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, unreleased David Bowie tracks premiered, and The Rolling Stones released a new single from their upcoming blues covers album.
Check out this week’s best new songs:
The Rolling Stones — “Hate to See You Go”
Mick Jagger’s spirited vocals and harmonica playing lead The Rolling Stones’ new interpretation of “Hate to See You Go,” a 1955 blues classic by Little Walter. “Blue & Lonesome,” the first Stones album in 11 years, will be out December 2.
Justice — “Alakazam !”
The eerie and frenetic third single from French electronic duo Justice’s upcoming third album “Woman” would fit equally well in a horror movie or a car-chase scene.
Isaiah Rashad and Goldlink — “Untitled”
Kendrick Lamar labelmate Isaiah Rashad and D.C. rapper Goldlink trade laid-back verses over a minimalist beat on their love-centric track.
Saba — “Church/Liquor Store” (feat. Noname)
Chicago rappers Saba and Noname, two frequent Chance the Rapper collaborators, address the bleak realities of their hometown on the dynamic and soulful “Church/Liquor Store.”
David Bowie — “No Plan”
“No Plan” was one of the last songs David Bowie recorded before he died in January. Written for his new “Lazarus” musical, the mournful, stunning ballad finds the legendary artist coping with his impending death over meandering saxophones and a shimmering guitar.
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