Independent Label Market launches in Edinburgh, supported by AIM

Independent Label Market launches in Edinburgh, supported by AIM

Independent Label Market have announced that they will be holding their very first market in Edinburgh on Saturday 11th October at The Pleasance Courtyard in partnership with Dusty Moose.  This debut Independent Label Market: Edinburgh event will be supported by AIM – the Association of Independent Music.


The event will feature some of Scotland’s greatest independents, such as Firecracker RecordingsFortified AudioGerry Loves RecordsLuckyMeOlive Grove and Song, By Toad, alongside some London labels, including Because and Fire and Phantasy. The labels will be selling exclusive new releases along with rare and sought after catalogue items. The market will also feature some of Scotland’s best breweries representing the thriving artisan beer scene at ‘OCH!TOBERFEST’.

The guys have put together a playlist to preview the event which includes tracks by Sebastien TellierVirginia WingClaude Speed and many more.

1. Claude Speed – ‘My Skeleton’ (Lucky Me Records)
2. Panoram – ‘God Damn’ (Firecracker)
3. Sebastien Tellier – ‘Aller Vers Le Soleil (Hercules & Love Affair Remix)’ (Record Makers)
4. Virginia Wing – ‘World Contact’ (Fire Records)
5. Blood Of The Bull – ‘Comeback’ (Soft Power)
6. Pinact – ‘Negative Thoughts And Jealousy’ (Cool Your Jets)
7. Jonnie Common – ‘Shark’ (Song, By Toad)
8. Now Wakes The Sea – ‘Sick Kids’ (Mini 50)
9. Littler – ‘College Legs’ (Number4Door)
10. Gleemer – ‘Coast Cruiser’ (Gold Flake Tapes)
11. Delegation – ‘Heartache No. 9’ (Groove Line)
12. Dimitri Veimar – ‘Pumajaw, Mask’ (Hobbes Music)
13. Skinny Dipper – ‘Hospital Bed’ (Olive Grove)


Bit Phalanx
Cool Your Jets
Critical Heights
Dead Beet
Fortified Audio
Gerry Loves Records
Glint Records
Groove Line
Hero Records
Hobbes Music
Isularis Records (Shop)
Loud & Clear
Mini 50
Olive Grove
Soft Power Records
Song By Toad
+ more to be announced.

More information on the event can be found here:


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