SoundCloud Makes It Even Easier To Maintain Independence

Rapper Leaf, who uses SoundCloud Premier

We understand what it means to be a tool for people who play outside of the bounds of the music industry. Producers, DJs, musicians, and labels of all stripes use Discogs as a resource for research, inspiration, and even physical distribution in the Discogs Marketplace. The folks at SoundCloud are kindred spirits on that and […]

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The Discogs Top 50 Best Selling Records Of December 2018

Nujabes

2018 was a heck of a year, but it’s over. This month I decided to work some new logic into the Top 50 and remove duplicates for similar titles. This way we can squeeze more interesting new information into the post and not reward labels for making a whole ton of different color variants to […]

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The State Of Discogs 2018

Another year has passed and another set of records have been broken. Our annual year-end report is a deep dive into the numbers, trends, and music sales that made 2018 unique. So put on your favorite $27,000 Prince record, pull up a chair, and dig into the year that was 2018. Here are a few […]
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The 10 Best Ambient Albums

As a longtime nerd of electronic music in all of its forms, compiling a list of the ten best ambient albums is true torture. Please know that I feel appropriately ashamed for leaving out all the classics I inevitably must skip here. However, if this list helps those uninitiated down the path of chilled-out enlightenment, […]

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From The Archive: 300,000 Records, 4 DJ’s, 1 Day

What do 300,000 records look like? Actually they didn’t take up nearly as much space as I expected… But we love well organised catalogues, we love databases, we love pristine collections and we love finding new music when digging through old records, so we’re super excited to be working with RE:VIVE and Red Light Radio […]

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From the Archive: Kléo Digs Through 300,000 Records

Discogs is working with RE:VIVE and Red Light Radio in Amsterdam, following renowned DJs as they mix together a selection from one the biggest record collections in The Netherlands. RE:VIVE is an initiative from The Netherlands Institute For Sound and Vision that brings archives and musicians together to create new productions inspired by old collections. You […]

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From the Archive: Robert Bergman Digs Through 300,000 Records

Discogs is working with RE:VIVE and Red Light Radio in Amsterdam, following renowned DJs as they mix together a selection from one the biggest record collections in The Netherlands. RE:VIVE is an initiative from The Netherlands Institute For Sound and Vision that brings archives and musicians together to create new productions inspired by old collections. You […]

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From the Archive: Loma Doom Digs Through 300,000 Records

Discogs is working with RE:VIVE and Red Light Radio in Amsterdam, following renowned DJs as they mix together a selection from one the biggest record collections in The Netherlands. RE:VIVE is an initiative from The Netherlands Institute For Sound and Vision that brings archives and musicians together to create new productions inspired by old collections. You […]

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From the Archive: Gilb’R Digs Through 300,000 Records

Discogs is working with RE:VIVE and Red Light Radio in Amsterdam, following renowned DJs as they mix together a selection from one the biggest record collections in The Netherlands. RE:VIVE is an initiative from The Netherlands Institute For Sound and Vision that brings archives and musicians together to create new productions inspired by old collections. You […]

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How Our Community Is Making Discogs Accessible For Everyone

Discogs was started as a side-project by DJ, programmer, and music-lover Kevin Lewandowski in Portland, Oregon, USA nearly two decades ago.  Over the last 19 years, the website has grown and spread across the world.  Discogs now connects music lovers around the world, and is the third most popular destination for music on Earth! Today, […]

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