♪ 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.
A sub for unconventional club music. Ebm, noise, house, lo-fi music, techno, hardware jams, acid, chicago house, detroit techno Labels like L.I.E.S, Hessle Audio, Raster Noton, Token, Cititrax, Downwards, Ilian Tape, Detund, Crème, Opal Tapes, Clone, Dance Mania, Lobster Theremin, Minimal Wave, Pinkman, The Trilogy Tapes, Dixon Avenue Basement Jams, Murder Capital, Perc Trax, Construct Re-Form, Mathematics, Mannequin, Killekill, Crimes of the Future, brokntoys etc
For those of us that enjoy the smoother, groovier side of electronic music. A place where we can all share the music we love and discover something we can fall in love with. Turn up the volume, add some friends and maybe a dash of disco ball and dance until the sun comes up,
This is a community about dubstep music and culture. The sounds that comes from the fusion of break beat, 2 step garage, dub reggae and more. From labels like Tectonic, Hyperdub, DMZ, Tempa, Deep Medi, Innamind, Chestplate, Innamind, ZamZam, SYSTEM, Sentry Records, Gourmet Beats. From important minds like like Horsepower Productions, Kode9, Hatcha, Youngsta, Mala, Skream, Benga, Coki, Loefah, Distance . If you're looking for the dirtier side of dubstep, please check /r/dubstep.
* 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
/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)
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 l2tqp