It’s time for the Independent Label Market once again. This Saturday (November 26) will see all of your favourite labels – and some of your favourite hipster breweries, too – congregating in Old Spitalfields Market in London to sell their wares. As ever, we have got some good stuff for you, including this exclusive tape of XAM Duo’s improvised show at the Total Refreshment Centre in London a few weeks ago.


We will also have copies (or sometimes just one copy) of every release on Sonic Cathedral this year, some of which are selling for £100 on Discogs. In case you’ve not been keeping up, this means we will have the following:

SCR071 – Odd Nosdam – ‘T r i s h’ splatter vinyl 12″
SCR072 – Odd Nosdam – ‘More Lost & Haunted Remains’ tape
SCR088 – Various – ‘Kraftwerk? Ja Bitte!’ glow in the dark vinyl 12″
SCR090LP – Spectres – ‘Dying’ red vinyl LP
SCR091 – Spectres – ‘Dead’ CD
SCR091LP – Spectres – ‘Dead’ double LP
SCR100LP – The Early Years – ‘The Early Years’
SCR101 – The Early Years – ‘Demo’ CD
SCR105 – Yeti Lane – ‘L’Aurore’ CD
SCR105LP – Yeti Lane – ‘L’Aurore’ clear vinyl LP
SCR110 – The Early Years – ‘II’ CD
SCR110LP – The Early Years – ‘II’ black / white vinyl double LP
SCR111 – The Early Years – ‘Nocturne’ lathe cut 7″
SCR115 – Lorelle Meets The Obsolete – ‘Balance’ CD
SCR115LP – Lorelle Meets The Obsolete – ‘Balance’ clear / blue vinyl LP
SCR120 – XAM Duo – ‘XAM Duo’ CD
SCR120LP – XAM Duo – ‘XAM Duo’ double LP
SCR121 – XAM Duo – ‘Total Refreshment Centre, London, November 5, 2016’ tape


And if that’s still not enough, we will also have copies of Ulrich Schnauss’ wonderful new album ‘No Further Ahead Than Today’ on vinyl and we will be joined by Adrian Dutt from Spectres who might just be, er, dropping something new and exclusive by his band, while also selling some rarities from his Howling Owl label, including more Spectres rarities, vinyl albums for a fiver, signed Oliver Wilde records, test pressings and lots more.

Please come and join us for a mince pie and a sherry. We are open from 11am until 6.30pm and are in good company, as you can see from the stall plan below.