r/citypop

🚀15,451 subscribers
📆Date created: 09/13/2014

A subreddit for City Pop, a Japanese style of popular music originating in the 1980s.

Rank
9545
SEO
Facebook
38
Pinterest
0
Linkedin
0
Found 8 subreddits like r/citypop
Sorted by: Best match
r/vinyl »
#1
reddit.com/r/vinyl
381364 subscribers
r/80sJFusion »
#2
reddit.com/r/80sJFusion
285 subscribers
Get your groove on with the energizing sound of the orient. Combining jazz and a multitude of other genres, Japanese Fusion hosts a wide variety of talented artists such as T square, Casiopea, Kiyoshi Sugimoto, Cosmos and Naoya Matsuoka. Come join the love!
r/listentothis »
#3
reddit.com/r/listentothis
15296522 subscribers
Listentothis is the place to discover new and overlooked music. All submissions link directly to music streams. Automated moderation removes spam, reposts, household name bands, and poor amateur music. Other content includes AMAs from on-topic artists, an album discussion club, and genre appreciati...
r/truecitypop »
#4
reddit.com/r/truecitypop
1738 subscribers
CityPop is a Japanese genre of music that melds popular Western influences of the 1970s and '80s (including funk, boogie, acid jazz, disco, and AOR) with Japanese-style compositions and lyrics that depict an urban way of life complete with the luxuries and excesses afforded by the bubble-era capital...
r/japanretro »
#5
reddit.com/r/japanretro
712 subscribers
Subreddit for retro and vintage Japanese cityscape media
r/futurefunk »
#6
reddit.com/r/futurefunk
26896 subscribers
The subreddit dedicated to Future Funk – music with sweet and funky vibes with a touch of 80's nostalgia!
r/japanesebubble »
#7
reddit.com/r/japanesebubble
57 subscribers
if you're into CityPop music, try r/CityPop if you're into 80s A E S T H E T I C, try r/VaporwaveAesthetics <b> This sub embraces the materialistic indulgences of the 1980s in Japan thanks to an economic 'bubble', instigating manufacturers to create and advance fancy products for the consume...
r/JapaneseNewMusic »
#8
reddit.com/r/JapaneseNewMusic
356 subscribers
New music is a japanese genre of music that combines folk with pop and jazz, to produce a soulful and pleasant sound. Popular during the 70's, it has been the go-to style of music for many talented artists. Recently, it has seen some modest resurgence among indie scene.
chat

TOP CONTENT FROM R/CITYPOP

💬 See what people in r/citypop are talking about