Juno teams up with Discogs

We’re rather chuffed to announce the launch of Discogs Digital, in partnership with Discogs. In short, we have integrated Juno Download’s back catalogue of more than 1.5 million tracks into the fifth biggest music site on planet earth.

The site, which launched on March 31, will be hosted at discogs.com, but all content will be stored by Juno.

Juno Download’s Nick Unsworth said: “Discogs have built the most comprehensive database of dance and electronic music online and have earned credibility and respect as an essential resource for DJs and music enthusiasts.

“This is a perfect fit with our ethos of carrying the most extensive range of dance and electronic music on the web.

“We’re really excited to be working with Discogs to provide internet users more opportunity to purchase high quality and DJ-friendly downloads legally online.”

Discogs’ Jason Falone added: “We’re really excited about the future of Discogs Digital and the value Juno Download will help us bring to the buying experience.”

Here’s how you can find music in mp3 and wav formats right now:

  • Preview and purchase options on release track listings
  • “Buy Digital” or “Search Digital” buttons on artist, label and release pages
  • Browsing by style from the Discogs Digital page

Leave a reply

  1. Wavatar dj Nex Level says:

    That is great new for artists and labels, but highly disrespectful that neither Discogs or Juno have contacted labels concerned. One label my songs are signed to have not been contacted and it came as a surprise yesterday when it found their (my) songs are being sold.

  2. Wavatar DJ Lithium says:

    MORE VINYL! LESS DIGITAL!

  3. Vitaminic says:

    […] Juno Download + Discogs = Discogs Digital […]

  4. Wavatar Silk Wolf says:

    BEST NEWS OF THE YEAR! Much much love to my 2 favorites. I can honestly say this will make me even more excited about focusing more of the distribution and sales of my label and releases through Juno. <3

  5. Wavatar 457r0 says:

    This would be great news if you could actually play the audio files on a OS other than Mac or Windows. If I can’t hear sample tracks I don’t want to take a chance and buy the record. Fix that and this is great news.

  6. Wavatar Rainbow Rob says:

    by Juno Plus on 01.04.2010 at 12:10pm

    I like the time and the date this was posted haha

  7. Wavatar m50 says:

    exciting news!