♪ For lovers of good music and good times ♪ Bass, techno, grime, funk, deep house, disco, ambient, drum & bass, electro, funk, hip-hop, reggae, R&B, garage, balearic, old school, funk, dubstep, soul, downtempo, afrobeat, chillwave, llamas, funk, and whatever else. Songs, DJ mixes, blog posts, etc.
The guidelines here are simple - submit only *new* music that sounds like it would be right at home on an oldies radio station. Anything that sounds like it came from 1900 through 1979 fits the bill. Artist popularity is not a concern. All music submitted here should be from after 1999. Funk/Soul/Motown/R&B/Doo-Wop Classic Rock&Roll/Garage/Psychedelic Rockabilly/Surf/Pop/British Invasion Old-Time Country/Folk/Bluegrass Blues/Jazz/Jive/Latin/Caribbean
/r/boogiemusic - 80's sound, timeless groove! Boogie (sometimes called electro-funk or post-disco) is a genre of electronic dance music, that combines stylistic features of post-disco with funk, that first emerged in the United States during the late 1970s to mid-1980s. The sound of boogie defined by bridging acoustic and electronic musical instruments with emphasis on vocals and miscellaneous effects later evolved into electro and house music (Boogie - wikipedia)
* Is it music? * Is it obscure? * Is it at least 25 years old? * Is it amazing? *Use This Title Format: Artist - Title [Country Of Origin, Genre Tags] (Year) Extra Comment If Needed *30,000 Views Or Less *Cut Off Year For Submissions: 1994 *60-Day Wait Period On Artist Reposts *Each User Is Limited To Just Four Posts A Day
We are the music makers and this is our music. This subreddit is dedicated to the musical artists that inhabit reddit. It is used to showcase new, in progress, or old pieces of music. It can also allow for the critique of your works in progress as well as the discussion of ideas that any musical artist can have. We are not genre specific and welcome all styles of music.