created in 2010
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
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.
r/listentous -- a democracy for music snobs.
"Listentous is like having the entire musical world curated for you by submitters who really give a damn about music. Just eight tracks a day, but submitted by people who chose to take on the responsibility and challenge of sharing their best music - people who managed to do so well enough in the general election to get the support of the subreddit's readership." -- /u/evilnight
Music is a global phenomenon, spanning time, language, and culture. Till now most of the musical content on reddit is focused primarily on English speaking contemporary music. As it is the spirit of the /True franchise to foster greater depth of content, let's put together quality music that is representative of what music truly is - a global form of expression, experienced through the breadth of time.
Listentothis is the place to discover new and overlooked music.
All submissions link directly to music streams. Automated moderation removes spam, reposts, household name bands, and poor amateur music. Other content includes AMAs from on-topic artists, an album discussion club, and genre appreciation threads.
Content is tagged by genre and split into editions for easy browsing. Music charts are posted monthly. Sidebar features multireddits that include all 600+ of the other music subreddits.
WeAreTheMusicMakers (WatMM) is a subreddit for hobbyists, professional musicians, and enthusiasts to discuss music-related topics, ask questions and share useful information. Welcome and enjoy the community!