Hot Chip, Edwyn Collins, Erol Alkan and Tim Burgess to appear at Independent Label Market

Artists set to appear at the Independent Label Market in Spitalfields, London

Hot Chip, Edwyn Collins, Erol Alkan and Tim Burgess to appear at Independent Label Market

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A raft of some of the most celebrated independent record labels including XL, Rough Trade, Bella Union and Domino will come together again this weekend at the Independent Label Market in Spitalifields.

The event on Saturday (May 19) will see label bosses manning stalls and selling their releases directly to music fans – with some special releases and rarities for sale too.

Several artists will be manning their own label's stalls – including Hot Chip for their imprint Lanark, Tim Burgess at O.Genesis, Erol Alkan at Phantasy and Edwyn Collins at Analogue Enanced Digital.

The first Independent Label Market market took place on Berwick Street, London in May 2011, with a Christmas event following in December as a benefit event for labels who lost their stock in the PIAS/Sony warehouse fire earlier this year in August last year.

For a list of all the special releases visit

The full list of labels to appear at Independent Label Market on Saturday are:

Analogue Enhanced Digital
Bella Union
Borstal Beat
Buzzin’ Fly
Chess Club
Critical Heights
Double Denim
Fat Cat
Fire Records
Fortuna Pop!
Full Time Hobby
House Anxiety
“How Soon Is Now?” (book stall)
Lanark Records
Lucky Number
Mais Um Discos
Moshi Moshi
New Music Club
Ninja Tune
O. Genesis
One Little Indian
Phantasy Sound
Pink Mist Collective
Rocket Girl
Something In Construction
Sonic Cathedral
Soul Jazz
Sounds Of Sweet Nothing
Stolen Recordings
Sunday Best

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