Independent Label Market is delighted to introduce a third market to the London calendar in 2015. The first of which will be the debut Easter edition returning to Old Spitalfields Market on Saturday 28th March. Once again, Independent Label Market will be supported by AIM – the Association of Independent Music.
We are very excited to be welcoming a number of new labels set to make their market debuts. Amongst these we have Blang, Church, Gare Du Nord, Foom, Mr Bongo, Night Slugs, Pressure Sounds, Route One, Rudimentary, Text, Touchin’ Bass, Aperture and Wild Sound. As always we are delighted to have a number of our regular traders back, including Warp, Domino, Heavenly, Transgressive, Brownswood, Freerange, Needwant and Tru Thoughts. Various labels will be DJing throughout the day – expect an eclectic selection of tracks from Claremont 56, Wah Wah 45, Future Disco and Warp Records.
Following the huge success of the Christmas market with over 44,500 music and beer fans in attendance, we’ll be partnering up with London Brewers’ Market for a fourth time, which will feature a selection of local breweries from the London area. Much like independent record labels, small independent breweries are currently on trend in the capital and making noise in the beer world too. In London the number of operating breweries has doubled within the past year, with their ales featuring on the bars of some of this country’s busiest pubs and restaurants.
Alongside the Independent Label Market, the London Brewers’ Market will feature breweries selling everything from pilsners to porters. Get a chance to meet some of the brewers behind London’s thriving beer scene, learn about the different varieties of beer, and enjoy some fine examples to drink at the market as well as to take home in bottle. There will be a beer garden set up amongst the ILM and Brewer’s stalls, where there will be product sampling, live music and DJ sets throughout the day.
First list of labels and partners announced for Easter ’15 Market:
!K7 / Afrika 7 / All Saints / Aperture / Art Is Hard / Backwater / BBE Music / Blang / Bleep / Blues For The Red / Brille / British Record Shop Archive / Brownswood / Catapulte / Caught By The River / Church / City Slang / Claremont 56 / Crescent Voyager / Dead Beet / Delusions of Grandeur / Discrepant / Domino / Dream machine / Dreamy Soundz / Dummy / Earth / East London Printmakers / Eglo / Erased Tapes / Exit / Fabric / Factory Benelux / Fade To Mind / Far Out / Fire / First Word / Follyphone / Foom / Fortuna Pop! / Freerange / Future Disco / Fuzz Club / Gare Du Nord / Gearbox / Golden Ass / Gringo / Hate Hate Hate / Heavenly / Heist or Hit / Hello Thor / Horus / Hospital Records / InFiné / Late Night Tales / LEAF / Leng / Les Disques du Crépuscule / Levitation / Lo-Fi / Luv Luv Luv / Mais Um Discos / Melodica / Mr Bongo / Needwant / New Analog / Nice Up / Night Slugs / Non Plus / Olive Grove / On-U / Sound / PAN / Parvenu Digital / PIAPTK / Pie & Vinyl / Post/Pop / Pressure Sounds / Proville / Reggae Roast / Robot Elephant / Rocket Girl / Route One / Rudimentary Records / Salvation / Scratchy / Shape / Skint / Small But Hard / Sonata / Song By Toad / Sonic Cathedral / Sound Performance / Soundway / Stolen Recordings / Strut / Sunstone / Superfan 99 / Tape Club / Tender Hooks / Text Text / The Leaf Label / Third Ear / Tirk / Topic / Touchin Bass / Transgressive / Trestle / Tru Thoughts / Unit 137 / Upset The Rhythm / Vava / Wah Wah 45s / Warp / WIAIWYA / Wild Sound / World Circuit / WotNot / Wrong Island / Yellow Machines / ZZK
London Brewers Market – List of breweries for East ’15 Market:
The Five Points Brewing Company One Mile End / Camden Town Brewery / Fourpure Brewing Co. / Beavertown Brewery / Rocky Head Brewery / Partizan Brewing / Hop Stuff Brewery / Brixton Brewery / Orbit Beers / Signature Brew / Clarkshaws / Gipsy Hill Brewing Company / Redemption Brewing Co. / Fuller’s Brewery / Sambrook’s Brewery / Redchurch Brewery / The London Beer Factory / Windsor & Eton Brewery / Hackney Brewery / Wild Card Brewery / Uprising Brewery
Since launching in London on May 2011, Independent Label Market has brought together the founders of some the World’s greatest Independent Record Labels on both sides of the Atlantic to sell their fresh vinyl produce directly to the public at that traditional goods exchange – a market stall.
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