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Discogs shares Toronto Crate Diggers lineup – Nap Eyes, Dave Monks + Fake Palms

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Crate Diggers Toronto

Discogs announced earlier this year that they’ll be spreading the love of vinyl records throughout Canada with the announcement of two of its Crate Diggers events series coming in June 2017. Taking place on Saturday, June 10 in Montréal, Québec, and Saturday, June 17 in Toronto, Ontario, Discogs’ Crate Diggers inaugural Canadian endeavor partners with Toronto’s Dine Alone Records, Canada’s premiere indie record label. Crate… Read more »

Nielsen vs. Discogs mid-year highlights – Music in sales

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Discogs Mid-Year Music sales

Discogs has data from the Discogs Marketplace and Nielsen’s Mid-Year Report that tells a story of just how much the music industry has changed within a year. Here’s the summary… Vinyl continues to be the top seller on Discogs with over 3 million records sold this year so far. Cassettes make a resurgence selling more than 60,000 releases – an… Read more »

Discogs set to release app for Android

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Discogs app logo

Discogs have released an app for Android owners via Google Play. As with any other Discogs project, its app will remain user-friendly and further development will be informed by the community’s requests and feedback. The app’s beginning functionality will focus on the overwhelmingly most popular aspect of the Discogs platform: collection and wantlist. The Android app also integrates some of the Discogs marketplace… Read more »

Discogs releases app for iOS

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Discogs official app logo

One of the most anticipated segment of the Discogs 15 year anniversary is the release of their iOS app, which is available on the Apple Store now. It’s basically a reskinned version of Milkcrate, which isn’t a bad thing. I’ve been using Milkcrate for a while now, but plan to switch over to Discogs since I assume it will add functionality over time…. Read more »

Discogs launches expanded VinylHub becomes largest database of record stores worldwide

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VinylHub

Discogs is building and expanding their VinylHub site, an accurate, user-contributed listing of all record shops & record events to continue their effort to catalog every piece and source for vinyl records. If you’re anything like Discogs’ over two million users, you like to know how to find the best and most current outlets for your vinyl needs, and with the addition of listing events… Read more »