Discogs is the world's foremost Database, Marketplace, and Community for music. The user-built Database boasts a catalog of more than 10.5 million releases and 5.3 million artists making it the most extensive physical music Database in the world. By connecting Buyers and Sellers across the globe, with more than 47 million items available the Discogs Marketplace is the leading destination for both new releases and elusive rarities. New to Discogs? Get Started. Logos and brand guidelines at



19,000 visitors purchase vinyl via Discogs each day

47MM Items Listed For Sale In the Discogs Marketplace

10.5MM releases in the Discogs Database

8MM vinyl records sold in 2017

Mar 6, 2019

PORTLAND, OR., March 6, 2019: Crate Diggers, presented by Discogs, the world’s largest music Community, Database, and Marketplace, in association with Audio-Technica, a Japanese audio company...

Feb 14, 2019

Discogs, the world's largest music Community, Database, and Marketplace, today released their annual report containing Marketplace insights and Database analysis highlighting trends in consumer...

Jan 31, 2019

Discogs surpasses a monumental milestone this week with its users adding over 300,000,000 releases to their Collections since the functionality was added in early 2001. Growth continues to be a...

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Jan 10, 2019
Discogs has put together a measurement of how diverse various artist fan’s musical taste is. It is the Total Diversity Index (read musical diversity, not race or something else). It only analyzed five artists, Flying Lotus, Bonobo, David Sylvian, Aphex Twin and Surgeon, but found that Flying Lotus had the most musically diverse fanbase according to one metric, but Bonobo was close behind.
Jan 8, 2019
A rare Sex Pistols 7-inch vinyl record became the most expensive single ever sold on Discogs, the most prominent online marketplace for music rarities. A “God Save The Queen” single on the A&M label, from a batch that was supposed to have been destroyed after the group left the label, sold for $15,882 in November 2018.
Nov 19, 2018
DJ Magazine
"Top-end prices are at an all-time high, and vinyl is as cool as ever," the report read. "It’s even led to some fear of vinyl being commodified the same way modern art has, functioning purely as a material to be bought and sold by investors. This means deep-pocketed buyers would purchase high-end items at the top of the market in hopes of selling for a tidy profit down the line."
Oct 10, 2018
Rolling Stone
Blackwell uprooted the tape while digging through his own collection as part of Discogs’ Cassette Week, happening at independent music stores through October 13th.
Sep 25, 2018
Culminating in a ‘Cassette Store Day’ on Saturday 13th October, the Discogs community will celebrate the cassette format with online contributions from Sean Bohrman (Burger Records), Zak Taylor and Ben Blackwell (Third Man Records).

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