In the year of 2000, a site called Discogs launched to 37 users, cataloging techno and drum n’ bass vinyl. Since then, many sub-genres have been added over the last fifteen years. the site has risen steadily to become a key place for brand for buying, selling, sharing, and discovering vinyl online.
To celebrate, Discogs is introducing several new features and angles to discover and trade physical music online, beginning with data transparency on which albums are bought and sold through the platform and how many.
Throughout the year, the anniversary celebration continues at Discogs with the official iOS App Launch approaching, and the debuts of both Vinylhub (Discogs for record stores) and Gearogs (for turntables).