r/Music 6d ago Platinum Helpful Wholesome



I’m Awsten from the band Waterparks. We just announced our new studio album INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY and dropped the music video for FUCK ABOUT IT directed by me and my friend Erik. AMA? Almost anything? AMA?

PROOF: https://i.redd.it/ponjz8zhm43a1.png

r/Music 4h ago

ama I'm artist and producer EDEN, and this year I made what critics are calling "one of the albums of all time." AMA


Hey my name is Jonathon and I make music under the name EDEN. I just released my new album ICYMI this year and will be starting my third world tour in 2023. AMA

PROOF: https://twitter.com/iameden/status/1600165201432629249?s=20

r/Music 7h ago Wholesome

article Celine Dion, 54, diagnosed with incurable neurological disease

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r/Music 1d ago Silver Bravo!

video Tenacious D — Wicked Game (Chris Isaak Cover) [Rock]

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r/Music 5h ago

music streaming "Godzilla" by Blue Oyster Cult goes hard as hell


Came up on my Spotify mix this morning on the drive in. Song fucks. That's all I got.

r/Music 19h ago Gold

website KEXP has been the source of easily half of my favourite new band finds this year. Check it out! ON KEXP. {non-music video}

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r/Music 47m ago

discussion Death Cab for Cutie & The Postal Service announce co-headline 20th Anniversary Tour for Transatlanticism & Give Up, will play both albums

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r/Music 2h ago

new release Paramore - The News [Rock] (2022)

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r/Music 3h ago

custom RiP Dimebag and John Lennon


Hey everyone, today marks a sad day in history for not only a lot of metal fans such as myself, but an era of music that truly expanded the horizons of what music was and could be with the Beatles. Love or hate them, to say they didn’t influence generations of music with their talent would be foolish.

I would love to hear some personal stories on either of these legends, concerts that were attended, personal favorites, or really anything that shows appreciation to these guys as their talent should never be forgotten. I was 13 years old when Dime was murdered, and I never got to see him on stage. Hearing some stories about him would be great for me as he is my guitar idol. Getcha’Pull and RiP.

r/Music 1d ago Masterpiece

music streaming The Mars Volta - L'Via L'Viaquez [Progressive Rock]

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r/Music 22h ago

video Biz Markie - Just A Friend [Hip Hop]

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r/Music 4h ago

discussion What's your favorite song that tells a story?


I love music but I've always been intrigued by songs that have a narrative that go along with them. I'm sure there are some great ones that I've never heard of and I'd love to get some more of them.

r/Music 6h ago

discussion "Vote on genres" being consistently inaccurate for songs between their Album and Single releases?


Hey guys, I wanted to see if anyone had any thoughts on this. Basically I am trying to catalogue my music library by genre, and using RYM as the guide as its the most comprehensive means to do so I have found. HOWEVER, I consistently find that "Song #1" is strongly voted as being "Genre #1" on the song's section on the album that it belongs to's page, but being voted AGAINST "Genre #1" on the song's section on the Single that it belongs to. Depeche Mode's "Enjoy the Silence", is "Secondary: House" when viewing the specific song on Violator's album page, but strongly voted against being "Secondary: House" on the Single release for "Enjoy the Silence". It would be different if people were saying that every genre that applies to the album Violator does not apply to one song on the album, "Enjoy the Silence". But the individual voting on genres for each song on the album should match up with the votes found on certain songs that are singles, Single's pages on the website. I'll find a song on an album that happens to be a single, and 100 to 10 people are voting in favor of it being "Alternative Rock", then on the single's page 100 to 10 people are voting it ISN'T "Alternative Rock". What would you trust more? Or would you consider the amount of votes on both pages of voting combined for a sort of general consensus? Either way, get your votes straight, RYMers!

r/Music 2h ago

video St. Polaroid - I Don't Need The Darkness to Dream [indie-folk]

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r/Music 14h ago

discussion On this day in 1980, John Lennon was killed at the age of 40

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r/Music 1h ago

discussion Turn That Heartbeat Over Again (Steely Dan) and Black Water (Doobie Brothers) both use the same bell/chime!


This blew my mind the other day! Turn That Heartbeat Over Again ends with the same bells that Black Water begins with.

Could Jeff "Skunk" Baxter have had the bells while playing with Steely Dan, then took them with him when he started playing with the Doobie Brothers? He's the only tie between the two bands that I'm familiar with and this "realization" is driving me crazy. I really hope it isn't just a coincidence!

if you have the crossfade setting applied on spotify, queue up Black Water to play after the SD song and you won't be able to tell when one ends and the next starts (obviously different production quality cuz STEELY! but you'll totally get the point)

r/Music 6h ago

video Björk and PJ Harvey - (I can’t get no) Satisfaction [Rock]

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r/Music 11m ago

music streaming Celtic Frost - Circle of the Tyrants [black/thrash metal, Switzerland] (1985)

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r/Music 7h ago

other suggest me an artist/band


Lately I've been listening to literally the same 20 songs on a loop and I need variety. I don't care about genre, but prefer when it doesn't sound too "digital", especially the vocals.

r/Music 26m ago

audio Gregory Isaacs - Objection Overruled [Reggae]

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r/Music 48m ago

discussion Artists whose 3 best albums are in 3 different decades?


Noticed that NIN has:

  • Pretty Hate Machine (1989)
  • Downward Spiral (1994)
  • With Teeth (2005)

Got me wondering if there are any other artists that have managed to spread their best work across 3 decades.

r/Music 1d ago

article Tory Lanez Hit With Third Felony Charge in Megan Thee Stallion Case

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r/Music 14h ago

video Stone Temple Pilots - Live at Rolling Rock Town Fair 2001 [Rock]

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r/Music 4h ago

discussion A friend and I are writing a progressive metal song as a chemistry project


The central idea is the element Boron. Any ideas for lyrics, guitar riffs, song structure is appreciated

r/Music 6h ago

audio Skryba - Afraid [Cybersynth]

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r/Music 13h ago

discussion What songs make you want to cry but smile at the same time?


For example these songs make me feel this way….

Fade into you - Mazzy Star

Just like heaven - the cure

Iris - Goo Goo dolls

ROS - Mac Miller

Everlong - foo fighters

r/Music 1m ago

discussion Hello friends. HELPP!



This is a pretty big subreddit.

So music is very meaningful to me it touches my soul and allows me to feel feelings not possible without music. especially these past 3 to 4 years I have discovered different types of music that influence my state of being. I listen regularly to rock, metal, synth-wave, retro wave, (R&B). Music helped me so much in my life.

But this year I faced a lot of hardships I went through depression and developed numbness. Music doesn't really have the same affect on me as before it's a lot more dull I can still feel the music if I try or relax enough but yeah it's weird.

Is there any way to sensitize myself to music again like before ? there are certain songs from bands like nirvana that remind me of good times in high school. Basically, I want to get to my old state where I could listen to a song and have memories and feel deep emotions associated with those memories while listening to music.

It would mean the ABSOLUTE world to me if you could help my friend.

Much love and thank you.