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Independent Label Market Returns
Christian Eede , March 24th, 2015 16:58

ILM once again teams up with AIM for a London event, with Night Slugs, Church and Text setting up stalls this Saturday

Independent Label Market is introducing a third event to its yearly calendar - in addition to its summer and winter events - with an Easter edition of the record market this Saturday, March 28, at Old Spitalfields Market, as ever.

Once again, Independent Label Market will be backed by AIM and will see a number of familiar labels returning to the fold to host stalls for the day, such as Warp, Domino, Heavenly and Transgressive. ILM will welcome a number of labels for their market debuts at this week’s event too, with the likes of Church, Night Slugs and Text all joining the line-up of imprints. The labels will be selling a variety of records and merch, including limited and rare material from Brian Eno, Jam City, Fela Kuti, Shirley Collins and more, with various labels also DJing throughout the day - representatives from Claremont 56, Wah Wah 45, Future Disco and Warp will all play records. London Brewers’ Market will also again team up with the organisers for a fourth time, following the success of previous events. You can find more details here, and give a specially put-together playlist a play below:

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