Discussion r/Music will be going dark from June 12-14 in protest against Reddit's API changes which kill 3rd party apps.self.Save3rdPartyApps
video Caravan Palace - Lone Digger [EDM]youtube.com
r/Music • u/That-Ad1099 • 9h ago
article Noel Gallagher Continues Waging War Against 'That F***ing 1975'themusic.com.au
r/Music • u/anon9528 • 19h ago
audio Danzig - Mother [Heavy Metal]youtube.com
r/Music • u/westernmail • 14h ago
video Eddie Money - Take Me Home Tonight [1980s Rock]youtube.com
r/Music • u/WoolyLawnsChi • 23h ago
discussion A Little Respect: Electronic music godfather Vince Clarke, Founder of Depeche Mode, Yaz/Yazoo, Erasure (and others) should be way more famous and revered (IMHO)
Vincent John Martin (born 3 July 1960), known professionally as Vince Clarke, is an English synth-pop musician and songwriter. Clarke has been the main composer and musician of the band Erasure since its inception in 1985, and was previously the main songwriter of several groups, including Depeche Mode, Yazoo, and the Assembly. In Erasure he is known for his deadpan and low-key onstage demeanour, often remaining motionless over his keyboard, in sharp contrast to lead vocalist Andy Bell's animated and hyperactive frontman antics.
Erasure have recorded over 200 songs and have sold over 28 million albums worldwide. Vince Clarke was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2020 as a member of Depeche Mode.
r/Music • u/Viot-Abrob • 15h ago
discussion Most underrated bands ever
It breaks my heart when I see a band not getting the credit it deserves. I want to know more of these that really need more attention in this post.
r/Music • u/User348844 • 2h ago
video David Hasselhoff - True Survivor (from "Kung Fury") [Synthwave]youtu.be
r/Music • u/ThatFavoriteUncle • 1d ago
video Dave Brubeck - Take Five [Jazz]youtube.com
r/Music • u/HeavenMadBoi • 2h ago
music streaming Claude Debussy - Clair de Lune [Classical]youtube.com
r/Music • u/toferino • 17h ago
discussion What’s your favourite song that showcases the bass guitar?
So often the bass is an ingredient, the lead guitar and vocals are the main flavour. What songs really let the bass through to take the limelight? For me, I love La Tristesse Durera by the Manic Street Preachers.
reddit link An open letter on the state of affairs regarding the API pricing and third party apps and how that will impact moderators and communities.self.ModCoord
r/Music • u/Arideagle • 16h ago
video Rob Base & DJ EZ Rock - It Takes Two [Hip Hop]youtu.be
video David Bowie and Klaus Nomi - The Man Who Sold The World [Rock]youtu.be
discussion Do you guys know some epic classical music ?
I really like to listen this kind of music. For example, there's is a music called quantum which is mix of the electro and classical genre
r/Music • u/Scary_Forever_6448 • 1h ago
article Cynthia Weil, Storied Songwriter With Decades of Hits, Dead at 82taionews.com
r/Music • u/MethuselahsGrandpa • 11h ago
video Nelly Furtado - I'm Like A Bird [Folk-Pop] (2000) 5.1 Dolby Digital+ music videoyoutu.be
r/Music • u/OOOOOO0OOOOO • 1d ago
discussion What’s the saddest song you’ve ever heard?
No matter how many times you hear it always gives you the feels.
Edit: I didn’t expect as many responses as this has generated, and I’ve been working my way through the list. But the only song I will never listen to again is Routine by Steven Wilson. It breaks me in ways I can’t put into words.
r/Music • u/RedKetchup73 • 16h ago
music streaming Toni Basil - Mickey [Classic Pop] (1981)youtube.com
r/Music • u/ThatFavoriteUncle • 1d ago
video OK Go - Here It Goes Again [Indie-Rock]youtube.com
r/Music • u/dimdodo61 • 1d ago
audio Atmosphere - Yesterday [rap]youtube.com
r/Music • u/TandemRapper • 1d ago
discussion I love when you come across a band you'd never heard before and you have a whole discography you're eager to discover.
I fell asleep on the bus and woke up to the mental piano solo in "Uncertain Smile" by The The. I'm now trying to take in everything by them.
video Head Automatica - Beating Heart Baby (2006) [Alternative Rock]youtu.be
r/Music • u/itsanothanks • 20h ago
discussion First song that comes to mind that mentions another Artist’s name?
I’m an aughts baby so my first thought was 1985 by Bowling For Soup with all the mentions. This was followed by Tim McGraw by Taylor Swift. How about y’all?
video Kmac2021 - 15243 [METAL]youtube.com
r/Music • u/mikerftp • 13h ago
discussion What's a hard rock album cut that for you is a #1 single.
It doesn't have to be a song anyone else thinks is good just something you like.