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The Independent Label Market returns to London this month

Right on time for Christmas shopping!

The Independent Label Market will take place in London this month.

Taking place on the 30th November, at London’s Coal Drops Yard in Kings Cross, the event will be ILM's second market in the capital this year. Open from 11AM until 6:30PM, over 70 labels will be selling records at the event, including Ace, Erased Tapes, Lucky Number, and Transgressive. There will also be free afterparties at Spiritland and The Standard.

This month's edition of ILM will also feature a charity auction for War Child, with prizes including a limited edition 12" preview of Thom Yorke's 'Anima', and final copies of East Village's 'Drop Out' test pressings.

The first ILM took place in London in 2011 and has since hosted markets across Europe and the US, working with over 200 independent record labels. 

Find out more about the event here.

Last month, Tommy Boy Records discovered that Amazon was selling counterfeit vinyl of titles they don't even press.

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