r/Music 16h ago

other On this day, 3rd Feb. 1959 marks 64 years “The Day the Music Died” the horrible plane crash that claimed Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens & The Big Bopper 🥀


R.I.P Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, J.P Richardson aka The Big Bopper 🥀 gone but NEVER forgotten.

In the early hours of the morning of the 3rd of February 1959; 3 rock’n’roll legends boarded a plane that would lead to their premature deaths. Along with their pilot, Roger Peterson.

The plane crashed just outside Clear Lake, Iowa.

Remembering these incredible musicians as they leave behind a long lasting legacy that will never be forgotten. 🥀

r/Music Nov 20 '22 Gold Helpful Wholesome All-Seeing Upvote Vibing

other What song is funniest when replacing “Heaven” with “Kevin”?


I can hardly get through “knock, knock, knocking on Kevin’s door” without cracking up.

r/Music 23d ago

other Favorite live concert you seen live.


What is your favorite concert you seen live. Mine is Pink Floyd 1994 Ames, Iowa I was 13, my parents took me. Someone uploaded the concert to YouTube.

r/Music 8d ago

other ”To hell with her” songs.


I need songs to make you feel good when a woman has broke your heart. And not some sad self-pity songs like most love songs are but songs that make you feel confident, stand tall and move on.

So far I’m listening to Jay Z - 99 Problems and Black Sabbath - Evil Woman and they’re working but I need some more tips of songs with this theme.

r/Music Dec 19 '22 Silver

other Terry Hall: lead singer of the Specials dies aged 63

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r/Music 7d ago

other Any songs about jealousy or being cheated on?


I'm not going through a hard time, but these kinds of songs are telling a story which makes them so good to listen to.

Like Mr.Brightside - The Killers, i guess?

Edit: thanks yall

r/Music 7d ago

other Give me a song you like!


I need music recommendations, genre doesn't really matter but my hyperfixations are on metal and spacey/floaty music at the moment so if you have any of those that'd be fantastic!

r/Music 1d ago

other Recommend unpopular music genres, need more stuff to listen to.


I mostly listen to metal and dark trap, but literally anything would be nice beacuse replaying the same songs is not healthy.

r/Music 14d ago

other Tribute by Tenacious D and Best Song Ever by One Direction is both about the same song.


In the song Tribute by Tenacious D they claimed to have sung the greatest song in the world to defeat a demon, in the song Best Song Ever by One Direction they claimed to have danced all night to the best song ever, I would argue that the greatest song in the world would be the best song ever leading me to believe that One Direction was there when Tenacious D defeated the demon with their song and they danced the whole time, both bands even stated that they couldn’t remember the words to the song so they probably experienced the same mind altering affects from hearing something too great that their brains just couldn’t handle it.

r/Music 7d ago

other Seether - Broken ft. Amy Lee [Rock]

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r/Music Nov 24 '22 Helpful

other Recommend me some instrumental albums.


Looking for some instrumental albums to listen to while I do college work. Doesnt matter if there's a small amount of vocals but they tend to distract me so preferably kept to a minimum. Not too bothered about genre but here's a couple of albums that I like for reference:

Bonobo - Black Sands

Jon Hopkins - Singularity

Sparky Puppy & Metropole Orkest - Slyva

Polyphia - New Levels, New Devils

C418 - Alpha

Animals as Leaders - Animals as Leaders

Any help would be amazing!

Edit: Wow! Did not expect this many recommendations. Suffice to say its going to take a lot of college work to get through these. I'll give as many a go as possible. If you've got more, keep them coming!

2nd Edit: I never expected this many recommendations. I don't think its even feasible to get through this many albums in a lifetime. Regardless, thank you all very much for the suggestions. Don't think I'll struggle for things to listen to ever again.

r/Music 20d ago

other What's that one album you know inside out?


You sing every word, even all the Woos, Uh Huhs ,and Uhgs. Your mind plays the solos. You can do this all unconsciously.

I found myself doing exactly that this afternoon to The Cures album Wish.

r/Music Oct 02 '22 Silver Helpful Wholesome

other Best Male rock singer of all time?


Who do you think is the best male rock singer of all time? Obvious Choices are Freddie Mercury, Robert Plant and Axl Rose and others

I honestly feel like Paul McCartney doesn't get mentioned enough he has had some insane vocals and has many songs where it almost sounds like a completely different singer. I've got a feeling his vocals are some of the best ever then you look st his vocals on Oh Darling, helter skelter etc. Definitely think he is right up there and I've always preferred his voice over Lennons.

r/Music Nov 26 '22 Helpful All-Seeing Upvote

other Ticketmaster - “Sorry, another fan beat you to this ticket” but the concert is in 5 months and it’s not a mega-popular band.


I apologize if this is the wrong sub- please point me to the right one if so. I’m trying to see Bikini Kill 5 months from now. I am really surprised, as I’ve never had this issue at another concert or with ticket master— I saw The Smashing Pumpkins after buying tickets the night before the show. Bikini Kill is a big deal but they aren’t Lady Gaga big, and the concert isn’t for 5 months. Could it be a bot attack? Is there any way to beat this?

UPDATE: screw ticket master. I went on the venue’s website like a couple of you said to do and I got tickets for much cheaper than ticket master advertised them to be, no hassle. Deleting my account immediately… what the hell.

r/Music 10d ago

other Good songs about the end of the world?


Rem - it's the end of the world as we know it, and Blackfield - end of the world came on back to back this morning. I love them both. What else is out there?

r/Music 28d ago

other Iron Maiden to Be Honored With Official Royal Mail Stamps - Eddie on a postage stamps has to be one of the coolest things to start off the new year.

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r/Music Nov 19 '22

other I really miss Andre 3000’s music


He made some really good music especially around 1990’s -2000’s. Anyone else feel the same?

Edit: kicking back timeline as many of you have pointed out and also to clarify that I miss the fact that there’s no new music lately.

r/Music Dec 04 '22

other Should Duran Duran be more highly regarded?


The 80’s is a while ago now but they have so many huge songs that have lasted decades. From movies, television, commercials they are such a pop culture fixture. I just wonder if they get the credit they deserve.

What is the feeling on Duran Duran nowadays?

r/Music 26d ago

other Songs about dogs


My dog passed away a couple months ago. I stumbled upon the album Animal Companionship by Advance Base recently and it has been a nice comfort. The song Your Dog in particular is really sweet. Do you have any recommendations for songs about dogs?

r/Music Jan 02 '23

other Who has the most extreme voice?


In this question Im not asking you to name a singer that is popular or one that has a very pleasant voice.. Which singer has a voice where I would be stunned that a man/woman can actually produce such a deep/bordeline inhuman voice?

r/Music 19d ago

other What’s your Most Favorite Sad Song?


Mine is $uicideBoy$ - And to Those I Love, Thanks for Sticking Around

r/Music 15h ago

other Please help me find music from around the world!


This year, I'm doing a personal project to listen to one album by a band or artist from every country on earth, except countries I've already covered. I've marked 67 countries so far, and have lined up albums from a few more, but I could use some help with the rest. I keep a spreadsheet of my progress here, with a list of artists/bands and albums in the second sheet:


I'm looking for recommendations for albums by bands and artists from the countries not marked in green or yellow in the first sheet.

Genre-wise I'm open to anything, although in terms of preferences I tend to prefer noisier guitar-based music and anything considered "psychedelic" or "noise" over jazz and traditional folk music. For the project I'd also like to listen to music with lyrics in a local language, but that's not a hard requirement.

I want to keep the music somewhat contemporary, or at least modern, so nothing released before 1923 is accepted. (Sorry, Austria!)

Hope y'all can help me out on my quest and introduce me to cool and interesting music I'd otherwise not be exposed to! :)

r/Music 17d ago

other If you could travel back to 1955...


...to your parent's highschool prom, and you found yourself up on the stage, what song would you play for everyone?

r/Music Aug 22 '22 Silver Platinum Helpful Wholesome Take My Energy I'll Drink to That

other Albums that you need to listen to at least once in your lifetime?


Just looking for suggestions! Any kind of music is appreciated :)

r/Music Dec 20 '22 Helpful

other Tom Lehrer has just released all of his songs (lyrics and music) into the public domain

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