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Fourth Independent Label Market In July
Laurie Tuffrey , May 21st, 2013 11:36

ILM hits London again, with a host of fine labels flogging their wares and tQ setting up stall to boot

The thoroughly ace Independent Label Market is set to return this summer, heading once again to Old Spitalfields Market in Shoreditch, London on July 13.

Over 50 labels will be setting up shop, with support from the Association of Independent Music, and once again there'll be a plentiful load of special releases and artist appearances. East London Printmakers and the UK Poster Association will also be there selling prints and posters, with hi-fi company Rega also in attendance if you fancy splashing out on your stereo. What's more The Quietus will be spinning paper bags and manning a stall stocked with records from some of our favourite smaller independent labels, including of course The Quietus Phonographic Corporation and East India Youth's Hostel EP.

The event will be followed later in the day by East End Live, which will see East India Youth, Teeth Of The Sea, TOY, Dethscalator, Grumbling Fur and more all playing venues across east London - head here for more details.

The first round of labels announced for the day are as follows, and stay tuned to the event's Facebook page and tQ for further updates:

4AD
Angular
Because
Bella Union
Big Dada
Brownswood
Caught By The River
Chess Club
Critical Heights
Dead Oceans
Domino
Fabric
Factory Benelux
Faux Discx
Fierce Panda
Fire
Fortuna Pop!
Full Time Hobby
Gringo
Heavenly
Hingefinger
Hospital Records
Houndstooth
Huntley & Palmers
Jagjaguwar
!K7
Killing Moon Ltd
Laissez Faire Club
Les Disques du Crépuscule
Lex
LoJinx
Mais Um Discos
Matador
Monotreme
Moshi Moshi
Ninja Tune
No Pain In Pop
O Genesis
Phantasy Sound
PIAS
Pink Mist
Proville
R&S
Robot Elephant
Rocket Girl
Secretly Canadian
Song By Toad
Sonic Cathedral
Soul Jazz
Soundway
Strut
Swamp 81
Tough Love
Trilogy Tapes
Upset The Rhythm
WIAIWYA
XL
ZZK Records

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