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March 23, 2018

Discogs Blog The Road Ahead for the Discogs Marketplace

It’s an exciting time for the Discogs Marketplace. We have some fun, impactful projects both planned and in the works and want to share what’s ahead for the community. Discogs Marketplace Product Development – How we’re organized and what’s ahead At the start of this year, we embarked on a more explicit split of the […]

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Goldmine Magazine Run Out Groove’s reissue of Delaney & Bonnie’s ‘Motel Shot’

The communal spirit that existed, specifically in the early 70’s, was best captured first in the 1971 Delaney & Bonnie record ‘Motel Shot.’

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PledgeMusic News PledgeMusic & NoiseTrade Present Kenneth Cole’s PledgeHouse: Review

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PledgeMusic and NoiseTrade were back in Austin last week for a whirlwind four-day event that brought more than 50 artists to our favorite venue, The Blackheart. Presented by Kenneth Cole, the PledgeHouse showcased performers across three stages from sunrise to sunset and featured unique activations that kept the at-capacity crowd entertained even when the music wasn’t playing!

The PledgeHouse was THE place to be with a who’s who of music biz heavy hitters such as Bob Boilen from NPR and Jim Pitt (Jimmy Kimmel’s booker) in attendance. Industry execs and fans alike were treated to a hard-to-beat roster featuring acts from both within and outside of the PledgeMusic and NoiseTrade stable of artists. Kicking off with morning sessions on the Blackheart porch and moving to the indoor and backyard stages each afternoon, the week’s back-to-back performances showcased a wide-ranging artist roster including: Frank Turner, Nikki Lane, Lukas Nelson, Jade Bird, Sunflower Bean, U.S. Girls, Wye Oak, A Place To Bury Strangers, Caroline Rose, Durand Jones & The Indications, Tristen, Mt. Joy, Gang of Youths, Field Report, Now, Now, Warbly Jets, Josh Rouse, Marlon Williams, Morgan Saint, Dessa, Stella Donnelly, Kyle Craft, Nilufer Yayan, Son Little, Shame, SYML, Sego, Naked Giants, Becca Mancari, Gracie & Rachel, Vista Kicks, Low Cut Connie, Raye Zaragoza and many more.

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Those early risers who came out for our morning acoustic performances were welcomed with complimentary High Brew Coffee, Health-Ade Kombucha, Torchy’s Tacos and gift bags from Esperos filled with Tito’s Vodka swag. A big thank you to our morning partners, Luck Reunion, Thirty Tigers, and Girlie Action, who made sure our days started off on the right foot with performances by Kirby Brown, Paul Cauthen, Amber Rubarth, The National Reserve, Kitten, and Lauren Ruth Ward.

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Presenting sponsor Kenneth Cole gave attendees a sample of their new cologne and perfume line while Blue J/Law Media Group were onsite to meet with artists to discuss their wide-ranging offerings of artist-related services, and Sound Royalties was available to educate artists on their musician-friendly royalty advances and other services. Orange Amps powered artist sets and beer from Oskar Blues Brewing kept spirits up throughout the day.

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Twin Cities radio station The Current, one of the country’s leading AAA non-commercial stations, live-streamed video from the indoor stage throughout the week. The station is offering an archive of PledgeHouse performances now at www.thecurrent.org/collection/current-sessions.

Phew! Another successful stint in Austin in the books. The return to our normally scheduled lives was made that much more bittersweet by the news that The Blackheart will be shutting its doors for good this April. We’re so thankful for the good times and great vibes from their staff – SXSW won’t be the same without you.

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Goldmine Magazine Run Out Groove’s vinyl to vote on: Bettye Lavette, The Hawks, and Sons of Freedom

Run Out Groove has its March titles to vote on and time is almost up.

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Discogs Blog VENYL Venice, A Party, Not Just A Record Fair!

On the 21st and 22nd of April, the 6th VENYL Fiera Del Disco Venezia will be hosted in Venice, Italy. Discogs will be attending this record fair and we’re looking forward to meeting the record collecting community in Italy for the first time! We were curious about the story behind VENYL and about what we can expect […]

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Classical-Music.com The week in broadcasts

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What: The Glyndebourne Opera Cup
When: Friday 23 March, 9-11pm
Where: Sky Arts

It’s that time of year again – tomorrow is the final of the 2018 Glyndebourne Opera Cup, an international competition for the opera singers of tomorrow. Sky Arts’s documentary tonight is a behind-the-scenes look at the competition.

 

What: Here and Now – Inspired by Debussy
When: Saturday 24 March, 10pm-12 midnight
Where: BBC Radio 3

Radio 3 is hosting a full day of programming tomorrow to mark Debussy’s centenary, under the title ‘Debussy’s Paris’. In this week’s ‘Here and Now’ Kate Molleson presents a programme of contemporary music inspired by the works of Debussy. She will be talking to Tristan Murail and Linda Catlin Smith, whose works will also be played during the course of the programme.

 

What: Pelléas et Mélisande
When: Saturday 24 March, 6.30-9.30pm
Where: BBC Radio 3

Debussy’s infamous masterpiece Pelléas et Mélisande is gracing our radios this weekend, in a production by the Vienna State Opera, under the baton of Alain Altinoglu.

Pelléas et Mélisande follows the story of Prince Golaud, played here by Simon Keenlyside, who finds a young woman named Mélisande (Olga Bezsmertna) lost in the woods. He marries her and takes her back to his castle. She then becomes downtrodden and finds herself falling in love with Golaud’s brother Pélleas (played by Adrian Eröd). Chaos inevitably ensues.

 

 

What: Holy Week around Europe
When: Sunday 25 March, 2-3pm and 4pm-12.30am
Where: BBC Radio 3

Andrew McGregor presents a day of Holy Week music, with live and recorded concerts from across the continent.

The afternoon begins at Prinzregenthentheatre in Munich with the Bavarian Radio Chorus performing works by Scarlatti and Bach among others. At 4pm we then move to Trinity Church in Copenhagen to join Ars Nova, who are performing Richard Davy’s St Matthew Passion. An hour later we visit the Imperial Hall at Prague Castle with Baritone Tomáš Král and Collegium Marianum who have a mixed programme of works by Marc-Antoine Charpentier.

At 6pm mezzo-soprano Alice Coote and baritone Mariusz Kwiecień are soloists in a performance of Duruflé's Requiem with the Berlin Radio Chorus at the Philharmonie in Berlin, accompanied by the Deutsche Symphonie-Orchester. We then go live to Guildford Cathedral, where the BBC Singers perform Stainer’s oratorio The Crucifixion with tenor Peter Auty and bass Jeremy Carpenter.

Later in the evening we are whisked off to Amsterdam to the Concertgebouw, where Tom Koopman is conducting the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra with the combined voices of the Netherlands Chamber Chorus, Amsterdam Baroque Chorus and Netherlands National Children’s Choir in Bach’s St Matthew Passion. At midnight, our final stop is the Saint Sofia Church in Sofia, with highlights of a concert featuring Orthodox chants for Palm Sunday and Easter performed by the Sofia Priest Choir conducted by Kirill Popov.

 

 

What: Radio 3 in Concert – CBSO perform Debussy, Messiaen and Bach
When: Monday 26 march, 7.30-10pm
Where: BBC Radio 3

The City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra join forces with organist Julian Wilkins for a concert of works by Debussy, Messiaen and Bach from Symphony Hall, conducted by Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla. 

Programme
Debussy: La cathédrale engloutie
Bach: Organ solo
Messiaen:  O Sacrum Convivium
Messiaen:  Dieu parmi nous
Debussy: Danse sacrée et danse profane
Debussy: Le Martyre de Saint Sébastien

 

 

What: Radio 3 in Concert – Ex Cathedra: Music for Holy Week
When: Thursday 29 March, 7.30-10pm
Where: BBC Radio 3

It’s Holy Week, so it’s only right that our attentions are turned to the beautiful music of this musical period. Ex Cathedra present a sequence of Lenten music, all focused around two of the earliest examples of oratorio – Charpentier’s The Denial of St Peter and Carissimi’s Jepthe. Other pieces featured include motets by Monteverdi, Gesualdo, Anerio, Palestrina and Bouzignac. 

Surrounding these miniature dramatic masterpieces are motets from Italian and French Renaissance composers including Monteverdi, Gesualdo, Anerio, Palestrina and Bouzignac.                            

Programme
Anerio: ‘Rispondi, Abramo’ from Teatro armonico spirituale di madrigal
Monteverdi/Coppini: O infelix recessus
Monteverdi/Coppini: O Jesu mea vita
Monteverdi/Coppini: Stabat Virgo Maria
Monteverdi/Coppini: Ure me, Domine
Gesualdo: Sparge la morte
Palestrina: Novella aurora
Bouzignac: O Mors, ero mors tua
Charpentier: Le reniement de St Pierre
Anerio: ‘Sedea lasso Gesù’ from Teatro armonico spirituale di madrigal
Monteverdi/Coppini: Maria, quid ploras?
Monteverdi/Coppini: Gloria tua
Monteverdi/Coppini: Plagas tuas
Carissimi: Jepthe

See the March issue of BBC Music Magazine for more extensive listings.

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Discogs Blog A Guide To The Most Rare Radiohead Releases

By Adam Gold When it comes to B-sides and non-album nuggets, Radiohead’s odds-and-ends output is nearly as potent as its albums discography. With the band having compiled many of its studio outtakes and B-sides for double-disk special-edition reissues of all its LPs, from 1993’s Pablo Honey through 2007’s In Rainbows, there’s little left in the […]

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Discogs Blog VENYL Venice, A Party, Not Just A Record Fair!

On the 21st and 22nd of April, the 6th VENYL Fiera Del Disco Venezia will be hosted in Venice, Italy. Discogs will be attending this record fair and we’re looking forward to meeting the record collecting community in Italy for the first time! We were curious about the story behind VENYL and about what we can expect […]

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