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Independent Label Market playlist

By Peter Guy on Nov 28, 12 04:31 PM in Pop Life

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The Independent Label Market returns to London's Old Spitalfields this weekend - and while that may be a bit of a trek, we've got a marvellous indie playlist to share.

This weekend, Saturday and Sunday December 1-2, over 60 of the UK's greatest independent labels, will come together to sell this season's most sought after stocking-fillers at the Independent Label Market in Old Spitalfields Market.

There promises to be truly stunning releases from Florence & The Machine, Beach House, Grimes, Roots Manuva, Jose Gonzales, Fake Blood, Alt-J, TOY and Edwin Collins to name a few.

But if you're tied up - or frankly can't be arsed - here's a super cool playlist to wrap your ears round regardless.

If you do fancy making the trip, and we'd heartily recommend it, you can find all the details here. Maybe play this on the way down.


Elsewhere a gentle reminder that Last Shop Standing: The tragic decline of the UK independent record shops is showing at FACT on Saturday at 4pm.

Read on here.

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Getintothis on the death of the indie record shop.

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With a collection to rival a small record shop and a gig diary fit for any addled groupie, music is Peter Guy's religion. Working alongside the key players across Merseyside and the national music scene, Peter has edited the official Liverpool Sound City magazine The Liberator, been a media partner with Liverpool Music Week and covered festivals and industry showcases home and abroad. Getintothis is his irreverent insider's guide to Liverpool's music landscape and beyond.

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