Independent Label Market comes to Canada during NXNE 2013

Event to take place on June 15th at Ryerson University’s Campus Common.

Independent Label Market is proud to announce that it will be holding its first market in Canada in cooperation with Paper Bag Records, NXNE and StageFright Publicity on Saturday, June 15th at the Ryerson University Campus Common. The heads of a number of Canada’s finest independent labels will come together to sell their product directly to the public.

Independent Label Market will welcome a host of labels including: Paper Bag Records, Arts & Crafts, The Outside Music Label, Last Gang Records, Dine Alone Records, Static Clang, Nevado Records and Maple Music with many more to be announced soon.

“People love to buy music when they can hold it and feel it, and in our digitally focused age it’s a pleasure to be bringing a more intimate format for record-buying to Toronto as part of NXNE festival,” says Independent Label Market’s founder Joe Daniel. “Expect label bosses from the cream of Canada’s independent music scene selling catalogue items, rarities, and one-off special items made just for this event.”

“As the music industry embraces mp3s and a more digital strategy, Independent Label Market is proving to be an valuable reminder of how music retail can be a social affair; people hanging out together as a community and buying records,” says NXNE Festival Director Christopher Roberts.

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Since launching on Berwick Street in May 2011, Independent Label Market has brought together the founders of over 120 of the World’s greatest Independent Record Labels on both sides of the Atlantic to sell their fresh vinyl produce directly to the public at that traditional goods exchange, a market stall.

Independent Label Market values the experience of the consumer and the music fan above all.

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