Four Tops singer Levi Stubbs died at his Detroit home, aged 72. Stubbs had been in ill health since being diagnosed with cancer in 1995 and a stroke and other health problems led him to stop touring in 2000. The group signed with Motown Records in 1963 and produced 20 Top 40 hits over the following 10 years, making music history with other acts in Berry Gordy’s Motown stable.
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This past weekend celebrated the fifth annual Cassette Store Day. Inspired by Record Store Day, the idea was brought to life by Steven Rose of SexBeat Records, Matt Flag of Suplex Cassettes and BBC Radio 1 DJ, Jen Long. Unlike Record Store Day, which focuses on supporting local record stores, Cassette Store Day is just about […]
Welcome to the Top 10 New Releases for the week ending October 13 2017 pulled from the freshest sales data at Discogs! The Discogs Weekly Top 10 New Releases are all the records (vinyl, CD, cassette, or otherwise) the Discogs community has added to their collection from last week’s release day to today, Friday, October […]
Discogs sponsored Crate Diggers Record Fair makes its return to Los Angeles on October 14th, 2017, taking place once again at Lot 613! Crate Diggers is the ultimate event for record collectors, vinyl junkies, and music fans! The day begins with a record fair featuring 30+ vendors and 6 local DJs, then moves into an all-night after party featuring Danny Krivit, Ron Trent, and Zernell! In anticipation of Crate […]