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Discogs Announces Global Music Discovery Guide: Discogs Digs

Powered by Community and Data, Discogs Digs Shares Recommendations From Records Stores Around the World.

PORTLAND, OR November 19, 2021 – Discogs, the world’s foremost Database, Marketplace, and Community for music, is announcing its first global recommendation and discovery platform empowered by Discogs’ worldwide community, influential record stores, and unique music data.

Discogs Digs is available for any music fan to initiate a journey of discovery, no matter if they are a neophyte or avid record collector. This online destination empowers everyone to become a better fan of music. Find music recommendations from the Discogs Community and record stores around the world alongside guides to take the listening experience to the next level, from audio gear and vinyl maintenance how-tos to record subscriptions.



“We’ve been listening to the record lovers who visit Discogs and created Digs in response to help them discover more of the types of music they deeply love. Discogs Digs is the start of new and exciting things for the millions of fans who trust, use, and devour Discogs content every day.” – Nerissa Sardi, VP of Marketing at Discogs

Discogs is the world’s foremost Database, Marketplace, and Community for music. The user-built Database boasts a catalog of more than 14 million releases and 7.5 million artists, making it the most extensive physical music Database in the world. By connecting Buyers and Sellers across the globe, and with more than 63 million items available, the Discogs Marketplace is the leading destination for both new releases and elusive rarities. Download the Discogs App for iOS (HERE) and Android (HERE). New to Discogs? Visit Discogs.com.

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