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June 18, 2019

Patrick Prince Record Store Recon visits Shake It Records

Shake it Records in Cincinnati, Ohio is the next record store to be reviewed by Record Store Recon’s Dr. Disc on the Goldmine Magazine Podcast.

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Help Musicians Scotland to explore career longevity at XpoNorth

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CTM Radio Lab open call announced for 2020

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Mark Kimber Classic Album Sundays Weekender + Design Market at ME Sitges

El atractivo espacio a orillas del mediterráneo que es el hotel ME Sitges Terramar y las mentes creativas detrás de The Culture Collective se han unido para traernos un evento muy especial en forma de mercado de diseño y fiesta dándole la bienvenida al verano: La Mercantil del Diseño.

Un fin de semana en el que se podrá disfrutar de DJ sets, diseño, cine y música. Classic Album Sundays contribuirá con dos sesiones de escucha muy especiales durante el sábado y el domingo.

En el ME Sitges las diferentes suites, habitaciones y áreas generales del hotel se convertirán en un espacio dinámico para artesanos y artistas donde exhibir e intercambiar sus creaciones. Classic Album Sundays se llevará a cabo dentro del majestuoso ballroom del ME Sitges equipado con cómodos asientos y un audio-menú proporcionado por los mejores minoristas de sonido de alta gama de Barcelona, ​​Style Sound.

Sábado 29 de Junio, 5pm

DAVID BOWIE – ‘The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars’

(1972, RCA)

Domingo 30 de Junio, 5pm

MASSIVE ATTACK – ‘Mezzanine’

(1998, Wild Bunch)

Hotel ME Sitges Terramar

Passeig Marítim, 80, 08870

Sitges

Acceso gratuito todo el fin de semana


The sun-drenched cool hotspot that is hotel ME Sitges Terramar and the creative minds behind The Culture Collective have teamed up to deliver a weekend-long arts & design market summer party on the beach. They have named their newborn ‘La Mercantil del Diseño’ and Classic Album Sundays have been invited to contribute with two very special listening sessions over Saturday and Sunday.

At ME Sitges, the hotel’s different suites, rooms, and general areas will become a dynamic space for craftsmen and artists where to exhibit and trade their creations and for us to enjoy all that’s on offer. Classic Album Sundays will take place inside ME Sitges’ majestic ballroom with comfy seating and an audiophile audio-menu provided by Barcelona’s top hi-end sound retailers Style Sound.

Saturday, June 29th, 5pm

DAVID BOWIE – ‘The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars’

(1972, RCA)

Sunday, June 30th, 5pm

MASSIVE ATTACK – ‘Mezzanine’

(1998, Wild Bunch)

Venue:

Hotel ME Sitges Terramar

Passeig Marítim, 80, 08870

Sitges

Free access all day long

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falsepriest Discogs Integrates More Music Data, including Music Books, Posters and Films

Music lovers don’t just listen to the music — we live it. We obsessively read about it, absorb facts about it in documentaries, watch all the biopics (even the ones that suck), plaster our walls with posters of our favorite bands. Why not have all that stuff we love about music collected all in one place?

Book, Poster, And Film Tabs On Discogs Artist Pages

As well as having access to the complete discography of recording artists from around the world, you can now view books, films, and posters by and about those artists on their Discogs artist page. These items are pulled in from our burgeoning community-built databases, Bookogs, Filmogs, and Posterogs.

More Music History

Discogs has always stood for three key things: music, physical media, and data. Release page data is about as reliable as a source gets, but can leave you wanting in the story and context department. Looking at release data, would you know the great myth about Robert Johnson selling his soul to the devil in exchange for prodigious guitar-playing skills? That in South Africa, Rodriguez is held in the same esteem as The Beatles, despite being relatively unknown in the US? Or how Arctic Monkeys’ early success was predicated on MySpace and burnt CDs? Not to mention the names of uncredited but hugely influential session musicians of the ’60s and ’70s. Extending from physical music releases to music-centered collectibles that corroborate that release data or anchor releases and artists in a time, space, or scene, is a logical progression for Discogs.

David Bowie Posters on the Discogs Database

Add Your Music Books, Posters, And Films

You might struggle to find a release that isn’t on Discogs, but you probably have music biographies, memoirs, documentaries, biopics, or posters, that we’re saving a spot for. You can add your books here, posters here, and films here.

We Want To Hear From You

We’re super excited about extending Discogs’ music data offering and improving this feature with your help. Let us know what you think and how you think it could be better.

Anyway, reading about it is one thing. Head over to your favorite artist’s page on Discogs and check out their books, posters, and films for the full experience.

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Hyperdub launch sub-label Flatlines

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OTO Projects presents Music and Other Living Creatures

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South African improvised jazz group SPAZA share their new album

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