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One of the bravest persons I know

If not for the recent controversy surrounding Dr Peterson, I would have never heard of him. Famed for protesting Canada’s Bill C-16 (in which citizens would be forced to use gender-neutral pronouns when referring to the trans-gendered), he is also known to speak introduce biological concepts into his lectures. 83 more words

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Discogs Blog The Discogs Top 50 Best Selling Records Of February 2018

A very average month for our list of the best selling records of February 2018 on Discogs, except for the Khruangbin record, which is amazing. I don’t think I’ve seen that Kate Bush album before either. 35 more words

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Discogs Blog Essential Wax with King Tuff

Kyle Thomas – aka King Tuff – describes ‘The Other’ as “basically where songs come from, it’s the hidden world, it’s the mystery. It’s the invisible hand that guides you whenever you make something. 39 more words

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Discogs Blog Discogs Mix 70 – DJ Roane

 DJ Roane (aka Roane Namuh) is a Portland-raised DJ, producer, and record collector. Digging since the age of 12, Roane is known for his deep, eclectic crates ranging from rare 60’s-70’s Jazz-Funk, 80’s Boogie/Disco, 90’s Boom Bap and R&B, to modern Leftfield Soul and House. 24 more words

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Discogs Blog Top 10 Discogs Purchases With DJ House Shoes

House Shoes, AKA Michael Buchanan, isn’t concerned with popularity. Unfailingly outspoken, the Detroit-born DJ and producer condemns and exalts music with equal vigor. If he hates your record, expect soul-atomizing honesty. 40 more words

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Discogs Blog Vandisc Convention Internationale Du Disque & CD

On the 28th and 29th of April, the 17th edition of Vandisc Convention Internationale Du Disque & CD will take place in Auvers sur Oise, near Paris, in France. 45 more words

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Clear Skies over the Himalayas.

Written by Wes Siler
Equipped with the most-advanced gyro stabilized camera in the world, the team at Teton Gravity Research flew from Kathmandu to Mount Everest, capturing the first ultra HD footage ever shot above 20,000 feet. 123 more words
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