Help Discogs Preserve Music History

September at Discogs means SPIN, the September Pledge INitiative: our annual drive to fill Discogs with Releases not yet in the Database. Almost 100,000 new Releases were added so far this September. We need 50,000 more! Our mission is to make the world’s biggest and most comprehensive music database: a site with discographies of all […]

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Why A Real Collection Is Still Better Than All The Digital Content In The World

Giovanni's Collection

Living in the age of the internet is awesome. We have an endless supply of music, films, articles, ebooks, comic strips – whatever you heart could possibly desire, there it is at the click or tap of a screen. Having everything handed to us on a silver platter is so easy and convenient, but of […]

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U.S. WEBINAR: Shipping Policies Demystified – How To Turn Shoppers Into Buyers

Setting automated shipping policies will better serve your buyers and help you sell more in the process. Our experience tells us that shipping policies are key to converting shoppers into buyers. Of course, it’s not always easy deciding what is the right automated policy for you. We know it and we want to help. U.S.-based sellers, join us for a shipping […]

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Feature Spotlight: Random Item

At Discogs, all our lives (and our jobs) spin around music. Our teams are scattered across the world – in a Portland, OR, office, one in Amsterdam and with many working remote. This can make it difficult for us to know what we’re all listening to and to geek out about our respective collections. Luckily, […]

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Discogs Updates

Hey there, friend! Thanks for checking in on some recent news from your favorite hub for physical music – Discogs. Since GDPR, we have removed most of our email subscribers from our communication lists. With email being our primary form of updating users, we lost a consistent way to keep in touch about developments over […]

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Feist On New ‘Let It Die’ Album Artwork: I Wanted To ‘Let It Live’

Vinyl Me, Please is celebrating the 15th anniversary of Feist’s sophomore LP, Let It Die, by reissuing the album as their Record of the Month for September. There’s a lot to love about the release, what with 180 gram seafoam green vinyl and an original art print by Santiago Carrasquilla. However, the most striking component […]

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Isle of Wight Festival’s Influence, On The Big Screen

When you talk about the influence of music festivals — especially in the US — Woodstock is usually where the conversation begins. But if you look at the current musical landscape, there’s no festival more influential than Isle of Wight. That’s not because it happened in 1968, a year earlier than Woodstock, or because the […]

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Live Convention ’18: DJ Spinna’s Top 10 Brazilian Funk Breaks

In support of Live Convention ’18, taking place in Toronto, September 21st through the 23rd, the incomparable DJ Spinna graced us with his Top 10 Brazilian Funk Breaks. DJ Spinna is known worldwide for being equally adept at spinning and producing Hip-Hop, House and beyond, so it’s no surprise that his crates run even deeper. He’s […]

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SPIN 2018 Progress Update – We’re Halfway There

SPIN 2018 is well under way and the Discogs Database Community have been hard at work making new submissions to the Database, editing old ones and adding images to Release pages. After 14 days, how are we tracking? ———— With the aim of creating an archive that preserves the full breadth of music produced on […]

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Live Convention ’18: DJ Koco’s Top 10

In support of Live Convention ’18, taking place in Toronto, September 21st through the 23rd, we caught up with one of Japan’s top crate digging DJs, DJ Koco aka Shimokita. He hit us with a list of 10 of his all-time favorite breaks. Live Convention ’18 consists of 6 events over 3 days, features the Cratery […]

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