Independent Label Market goes online for Bandcamp Friday

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With over 100 participating labels, alongside DJ sets and live streams.

Independent Label Market is going online, to coincide with Bandcamp’s no-fee day this Friday, 3rd July.

Originally launched in London in 2011, the record fair has since grown to encompass events across the world, including Europe, the US and Canada.

With the impact of the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic being felt by figures across the music industry, Independent Label Market is using Bandcamp’s no-fee day to support small independent labels.

Over the course of 24 hours, 111 labels will be offering test pressings, signed records, exclusive releases, merch and discounts, including Erased Tapes, Optimo Music, Nyege Nyege Tapes, WEWANTSOUNDS and Mushroom Hour Half Hour.

Alongside the online fair, ILM will also host DJ sets and live performances.

Head here for more info, and check out the full list of participating labels as well as live sets below.

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