Apple Music is here. Some people love it. Some people think it’s doomed. Wherever you stand on matters, one thing is clear: Apple did a good job hitting most of the notes it needed to hit, and it also added a couple of unique features users can’t find elsewhere. One of them, of course, is Beats 1.

Beats 1 is Apple’s global radio station that streams around the clock. But what happens if you hear something you like and don’t catch it in time to see the name?

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Dave Mark of The Loop points us to a great little Twitter account created by programmer Callum Jones. Dubbed @Beats1Play, the account serves one purpose: It tweets each and every song played on Beats 1, in order, in real time.

Beyond the name of the track and the artist, each tweet also includes a link to the song’s iTunes page so you can preview it or buy it. Or, if you’re an Apple Music subscriber, you can just save it or add it to a playlist.

Beats 1 plays music across all sorts of genres, so this Twitter account is also a great discovery tool. Look over the past few hours of songs and you’re likely to find all sorts of music you’ve never heard before.