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r/Music Free: Everything you need to know (Updated 2022)

Reddit.com/r/music might just be the best online community on the web for music lovers. If you are looking for a never-ending supply of free music to stream, a thriving community of like-minded music lovers to chat with, and a place where you can regularly converse with artists, bands, and producers thanks to frequent AMAs, r/Music is the place to go. Check out my review today of one of the best subreddits there is to find out if this is the online music streaming community for you!

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Nicole Sommer - Soccer expert Last updated: Monday, 04.July 2022 — 3min read

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Whether you are looking for information on a specific topic or just want to show off your best Reddit karaoke skills, Reddit has it all. Thank you for choosing us as your new online home. Reddit is a website and online community where people can share links, photos, articles, and other content. There are many different subreddits for different topics. For example, there is a subreddit for movies, another for TV shows, one for current events, and others for literature, sports, music, and more. If you are interested in any topic related to existence, there is likely a subreddit dedicated to it on Reddit.

You may be wondering why I have included reviews of subreddits on my StreamingSites blog. The reason is that Reddit is a versatile platform that can be used for a lot more than just a super message board site. In fact, it turns out that Reddit is also a great way to learn more about streaming sites, to find new content to watch or listen to, and to discuss every and anything surrounding the sites that I review. So, for example, if you are interested in reading one of my reviews on StreamingSites but want some additional information to follow up on (or the ability to talk to people who already use the site religiously), checking out that site’s subreddit would be a great way to go.

The subreddit that we will be looking at today, though, has a different purpose. R/Music is not a place for you to learn about streaming music sites (although you may inadvertently discover a few new ones in the process), it is a subreddit dedicated much more broadly to music as a whole. It is not split at all into genres or types of music. People can just post whatever songs they feel so inclined to share with the community. More often than not, the songs come in the form of YouTube videos, as this is often the easiest way for people to link to a song (not everyone has music streaming services like Spotify, Tidal, or Qobuz).

Many people find that r/Music is an incredibly active community of music lovers. It is a great way to discover new songs and artists that they may have never stumbled upon otherwise. Seeing as people from all over the world use r/Music as a means of sharing the music they are into, there are tons of different genres, songs, bands, and artists that show up on the page. If you ever find yourself at a loss for what to listen to, r/Music can be a never-ending well of suggestions.

Another reason to join r/Music is if you have a great deal of music that you feel needs to be shared with the world. Maybe there is an artist that you absolutely love and they don't have nearly the amount of recognition that you think they deserve? Well, share one of their songs with the group and help them to get some plays.

Perhaps you just love discussing music with fellow music lovers. There is yet another excuse to join r/Music. In addition to finding and sharing new music with people, r/Music is a great place to go to talk about whatever songs are posted. Share stories of your experiences with a given song, maybe learn some background on how the song was made, express your opinions on the track. The possibilities for discussion are virtually limitless on r/Music.

Reddit's r/Music regularly hosts AMAs, or Ask Me Anything sessions. In these sessions, artists and bands will routinely come onto the subreddit and answer any questions fans happen to have in real-time. There aren't many online communities out there that allow you to communicate directly with your favorite bands, producers, and singers!

Do you play music yourself? Do you have a band? Want to share some of your own music with the community and find out how people react? Although it is not explicitly forbidden, I cannot imagine it would go over well for you to blatantly tell people a song is yours on this subreddit - there are plenty of other subreddits specifically devoted to this kind of thing; however, you can easily just post your song as if it's any other song and see how people respond. As a musician myself, I've found this to be one of the ways that I'm able to get the most honest feedback. When somebody doesn't know they're listening to your music, they're less likely to sugarcoat their opinions.

Ultimately, r/Music is one of the best resources for discovering new music. It provides users with an immense library of songs to stream directly from Reddit, and I have found countless bands and songs that I would have missed otherwise. So, r/Music functions almost as its own music streaming site.

History

Music, as one would expect, is not one of the newer subreddits on the site. It was created on January 25th of 2008, which makes it a great subreddit. The best subreddits, in my experience, are the ones that have been around for a while. And r/Music has a good 22 years of music posts for your listening pleasure. The older the subreddit, generally speaking, the larger the community (assuming that it has remained active). And r/Music most certainly has. The community has an estimated 23.1 million members (as of the time of this review), with a few thousand members actively online at any given time. Few subreddits have this level of activity, meaning that few streaming subreddits are as useful as this one.

Content

Lastly, r/Music makes use of a really cool method for voting called upvoting. This allows you to indicate to the moderators that you think a post or thread is good, and it will help increase its visibility on the front page. This way I always know when they are happening, and have a chance to participate. Another convenient feature on r/Music is the fact that they provide an easily accessible schedule of upcoming AMAs, allowing you to plan and prepare for chats with your favorite artists ahead of time. One of the biggest frustrations with AMAs, in my experience, is the fact that I never seem to know when they are taking place. By the time I see their thread, the person I wanted to talk to has long since gone, all of their questions have been answered. I love that on r/Music I can simply log the AMAs I am interested in into my calendar. This way I always know when they are happening, and have a chance to participate.

Suggestions that I have for r/Music

The moderators of r/Music could do a little more to engage their community. For example, some subreddits host polls, fun battles, or other activities that get people involved and interacting with one another. I think this would be a nice touch, and it would show that the moderators care about their community. Most other subreddits are not as good as r/Music.

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r/Music Free: Everything you need to know (Updated 2022).

Reddit.com/r/music might just be the best online community on the web for music lovers. If you are looking for a never-ending supply of free music to stream, a thriving community of like-minded music lovers to chat with, and a place where you can regularly converse with artists, bands, and producers thanks to frequent AMAs, r/Music is the place to go. Check out my review today of one of the best subreddits there is to find out if this is the online music streaming community for you!

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