Ninja Tune, Big Dada & Beat Delete at the Independent Label Market London - Tomorrow!

Ninja Tune, Big Dada & Beat Delete at the Independent Label Market London - Tomorrow!

Tomorrow (Saturday 13 July) Ninja Tune and Big Dada will be at London's Independent Label Market at Old Spitalfields Market alongside some of our favourite indie labels!

Everything kicks off at 11am through until 5pm so make sure to come down and check out both of our stalls - we'll be selling some rarities from the Ninja archive, plus some new and exclusive pieces.

Come down to get your hands on the Bonobo Cirrus 12" picture disc with zoetrope viewer, originally given away to Bonobo Roundhouse Golden Tickets holders and now exclusively available at the Indie Label Market. You can also get your hands on The Bug Filthy 10" EP and Machinedrum's Eyesdontlie 12" ahead of their official release.

Beat Delete funded re-presses will also be available including some classics from Amon Tobin and The Cinematic Orchestra.

Aside from the vinyl we'll have a bunch of CDs, signed stock, posters, tote bags, key rings, stickers and lots more. For a map of where to find us on the day, head here.

See you down there!



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