r/vintageobscura

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📆Date created: 01/31/2012

* Is it music? * Is it obscure? * Is it at least 25 years old? * Is it amazing? *Use This Title Format: Artist - Title [Country Of Origin, Genre Tags] (Year) Extra Comment If Needed *30,000 Views Or Less *Cut Off Year For Submissions: 1994 *60-Day Wait Period On Artist Reposts *Each User...

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r/listentothis »
#1
reddit.com/r/listentothis
15293594 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/FrenchHouseProduction »
#2
reddit.com/r/FrenchHouseProduction
229 subscribers
This subreddit is for everyone desiring to learn or exchange views or ideas about the production of French house.
r/rockabilly »
#3
reddit.com/r/rockabilly
5680 subscribers
Anything pertaining to rockabilly music, life, pin-ups, hot rods, rat rods, B-movies, greasers, retro lifestyles, 1950's culture, psychobilly, etc. Post about shows and events (past, present, and future), discuss your favorite bands, and post videos and images from shows. Bands should post links t...
r/trueblues »
#4
reddit.com/r/trueblues
436 subscribers
A subreddit for aficionados to celebrate both the true innovators and forgotten figures of The Blues. No blues-rock, no "I'm new to the blues" posts, no crappy cell phone recordings, no rich white guys playing the blues. Just pure, real, uncut, classic blues.
r/listentous »
#5
reddit.com/r/listentous
18347 subscribers
r/listentous -- a democracy for music snobs. "Listentous is like having the entire musical world curated for you by submitters who really give a damn about music. Just eight tracks a day, but submitted by people who chose to take on the responsibility and challenge of sharing their best music - peo...
r/SoundsVintage »
#6
reddit.com/r/SoundsVintage
9989 subscribers
The guidelines here are simple - submit only *new* music that sounds like it would be right at home on an oldies radio station. Anything that sounds like it came from 1900 through 1979 fits the bill. Artist popularity is not a concern. All music submitted here should be from after 1999. Funk/Soul/...
r/psychedelicmusic »
#7
reddit.com/r/psychedelicmusic
2587 subscribers
A home for psychedelic music discovery.
r/balkanmusic »
#8
reddit.com/r/balkanmusic
1868 subscribers
Music from Serbia, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Greece, Kosovo, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Croatia, Serbia, Slovenia, Romania and sometimes Turkey and Hungary.
r/RockabillyMusic »
#9
reddit.com/r/RockabillyMusic
192 subscribers
A place to share rockabilly music from the 1950s to contemporary artists. Think Wanda Jackson, Brian Setzer, Carl Perkins, Imelda May, and more!
r/RetroLibraryMusic »
#10
reddit.com/r/RetroLibraryMusic
5494 subscribers
The music you never knew you loved. In the 70s and 80s, if you watched a documentary in a science class or saw a movie at a museum, there is a good chance the soundtrack was in the genre of "library music".
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