Interview: A Strangely Isolated Place

This summer is proving to be a banner year for ambient music with last week’s new Orb album release, and the Substrata gathering a few weeks later. To celebrate one of our favorite electronic genres, we’ll be taking a closer look into the world of ambience this month, and recognizing past and current players involved […]

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Discogs Mix 31- De La

Discogs Mix 31- De La

De La is one of the finest female DJ’s ever raised with thirty years of experience. From block parties to night clubs, she has a given talent for music that seems to amaze the crowd when she plays her first record. Born and raised in Chicago’s formerly known Stateway Gardens and Robert Taylor Homes, De […]

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The Foul Stench Of Victory: Failin’ At The Flea

It’s hot this time of year in New England. Hot and muggy. I was going through some back stock of mine this past weekend. I was completely gross, sweaty and bug–bitten. Nothing quite like the thrill of sweat, dust and mouse excrement while digging. Mixed with blinding hot sun, purchasing bad records becomes complicated. This […]

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Engineering Updates June 4th – 17th, 2015

June 4th – 17th Features, Updates, & Chores Sellers can now define shipping costs based on format. For more information, read the help document on shipping. The “Buyer Contacted” order status was removed from the “change status” dropdown. Leaving a comment on a new order will automatically change it to Buyer Contacted. Before you can […]

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It Lived. WFMU & New York City, Part III

Time mends all wounds. Especially those encountered with overpaying for records in person. I feared the worst when the battered remnants of a package showed up at my doorstep. The last of my LPs and 12”s purchased at the WFMU Record Fair and several other near-by New York City record stores. It was only shipped […]

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Discover: From The Rave Scene & Beyond

25 years ago, there was a significant musical movement brewing, and spreading like wildfire across the globe. The seeds had been planted in the mid-80’s and focused on cutting-edge dance music: we all know it as the rave scene. The activity itself was arguably limited to only the hippest parts of Europe, and the prevailing […]

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Discogs Sellers: Managing Your Discogs Inventory While You’re On Vacation

Managing Inventory While Away

It’s summer! That means many of you are probably thinking about how you’ll spend your holiday time or where you’ll be vacationing. If you’re a seller in the Discogs Marketplace, there are a few quick steps to take before going on vacation that’ll help you and your potential buyers. Temporarily expiring your Discogs inventory This […]

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Ticks, Mosquitos & Poison Ivy: 7″s In Connecticut

Memorial Day weekend found me in the bowels of central Connecticut digging for records, right on my old home turf. There is nothing I wanted more than to have a weekend to myself and relax. Once again, I am back at my folks place crashing on a couch. It’s hot and muggy this time of […]

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Most expensive items sold in Discogs Marketplace for April 2015

Punk rockers prove to have a ton of money to spend as the April list of most expensive items has now been generated and is ready to unleash! Our number one is nowhere near last month’s eye-popping number of $6,000, but still impresses with close to a $1400 price tag. French black metal band Mütiilation […]

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Engineering Updates May 21st – June 3rd

May 21st – June 3rd Features, Updates, & Chores Sellers can now opt out of accepting orders from buyers in certain countries by excluding those countries from their Shipping Policies. This can help decrease order cancellations; for example, if you don’t sell internationally, you can edit your shipping policies so that they only cover your […]

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