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Welcome to Slipped Disc, the world’s most-read cultural website. You have joined a readership of more than one million visitors a month.

Who we are, what we do Slipped Disc was founded on www.artsjournal.com in 2007 by the author and broadcaster Norman Lebrecht with the aim of providing swift and reliable inside information on the most fascinating of art forms. In response to investor interest, it upgraded to this present site in May 2014.   Slipped Disc is an interactive site that receives a constant flow of information from its readers around the world. If something happens in music, you are likely to read it here first.   We welcome readers’ comments and vigorous debate in the space below each item. The comments are moderated and sometimes redacted to provide a safe space for all readers.  

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  • Michael Maegraith says:

    what happened to your rss feed?

  • Tom says:

    Same problem: RSS feed has stopped working. Do you intend to reinstate it, or should I delete SD from my feed reader?

  • giampi says:

    Give we back your Rss feed, please

  • tenorissimo says:

    Errrrr yes, the RSS feed is gone.

    Is this by accident or design, Mr Lebrecht? It would be nice to know.

    If by accident, then hopefully it can be fixed, and I can return to reading Slipped Disc along with all my other news feeds.

    If by design, then let us all know, so we can rearrange the method by which we subscribe to your blog.

    RSS is very convenient, and still hugely popular, if a little old fashioned (probably because it can’t easily be monetised.)

    Perhaps this is why it has disappeared… But slippedisc.com doesn’t appear to have appeared on Apple News yet, so it doesn’t seem like monetisation is the reason…

    Hopefully it’s just a mistake?

  • Jon Flanders says:

    Not searchable either

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