If forums have sub-forums, then Reddit has subreddits. With subreddits, you can discuss about certain topics like music, art, politics, society, relationships, etc. Speaking of which, Reddit is also home to different kinds of music-related subreddits. As a matter of fact, there’s a subreddit for almost every music genre. What’s great about these subreddits is that you can discover a lot of interesting music. The thing is if there’s a music that you like, you can’t play it right within Reddit.
Fortunately, there’s “Reddit Music Player”.
How to play and listen to music from subreddits online
Reddit Music Player is a third-party web app that can play music from different subreddits. It basically aggregates the music videos and audio tracks from various music subreddits so that you can play them as playlists. To use the web app, you are not required to have a Reddit account but having one is a plus.
- Open the “Reddit Music Player” on your web browser (ex. Chrome, Firefox, Opera, etc.).
- Once you’ve loaded the player, go to the menu on the left. If you have a particular song title or artist in mind, use the “Search Reddit” box to search the entire Reddit site. Type the song title or artist (ex. Sam Smith) and then press “Enter”. The results will immediately show up on the right panel.
- Now, if you want to listen to songs from a certain subreddit (ex. kpop), just scroll down the menu and select the subreddit that you like. Click on it and the results will once again show up on the right panel.
- With Reddit Music Player, you can treat each subreddit as individual playlists. You can also add or play multiple playlists at the same time.
- Just like a standard music player, click on any music entry to listen to it. If it’s a music video, then you can also watch it right within the music player.
- If you want to go back or skip to the next track, just use the playback controls at the bottom of the player.
- That’s not all. If you log in to Reddit Music Player using your Reddit account, you can also upvote, downvote threads and even reply to posts.