Articles tagged “buyer”

Your Guide To Japanese Music, By Light In The Attic’s Yosuke Kitazawa

We have an incredible guest post from Yosuke Kitazawa from Light In The Attic Records. Yosuke is the Reissue Producer for LITA and is their resident Japanese music expert. He also produced and co-curated LITA’s ‘Even A Tree Can Shed Tears: Japanese Folk & Rock 1969-1973‘. In other words, Yosuke knows of what he speaks. […]

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Top 30 Most Expensive Records Sold On Discogs – October 2017

This month, we come painfully close to record-breaking territory in list of most expensive records sold on Discogs. Coming up $243 just short on the $15000 sale of a 1987 promo copy of Prince’s ‘The Black Album’, The Beatles fetched $14757 for a 7″ UK Parlophone demo version of their first release, ‘Love Me Do’. […]

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The Grammy 2018 Nominations Roundup

Grammy Awards 2018

Yesterday, the Recording Academy released this year’s nominees for the Grammy Awards. Unsurprisingly, the criticism that is always attached to the Grammy nominations once again ensued. The absence of A Tribe Called Quest‘s We Got It from Here… Thank You 4 Your Service has already been met with pure outrage by none other than Q-Tip himself. This year marks the […]

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Crate Minds: Global Groove Celebrates 25 Years

Global Groove in Stoke-On-Trent is one of the UK’s most beloved record stores and Discogs stores. On December 5th, they’ll be celebrating 25 years of their doors being open, and just under 10 years of selling records on Discogs (though they’ve been part of the Discogs community for longer). Currently sitting on just over 66,000 […]

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Discogs’ Record Store Day Black Friday 2017 Hauls: Staff Picks

Another Record Store Day Black Friday, another challenge accepted by the whole Discogs crew. This edition, we visited a lot of record stores around the globe to support independent record stores. And, yes, hunt down some sweet records to add to our Collections. The scene was different in every shop. From record stores packed with […]

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