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Good Shit: Killing Moon At The Independent Label Market

Independent label market

We’re more happy than Dappy in a nappy (jeah) to announce that we’ll be repping our good selves and pimping our more-than-good wares at the Independent Label Market, which is sponsored by those purveyors all of thingies independenty and cool, AIM.

Taking place in Spitalfields Market in London on Saturday 1st December (i.e. tomorrow), we’ll be rubbing shoulders with/trying to divert business away from a plethora indie label royalty like Bella Union, One Little Indian, !K7, Pink Mist plus a whole bunch of others. As for us specifically, we’re buddied up with our good chums Laissez Faire Club as we attempt to fill up your stockings with our stuff.

Our other good chum Dan Croll will also be joining us to help sell some stuff to you, the adoring public, as well as signing some of his very own copies of recently-released From Nowhere. He will also be in a padded Father Christmas suit and going all ho-ho-ho on y’all. Also, we’ve some Draper 12″ vinyls left over from his recent EP re-issue, so you can tuck into that too.

Oh, and there’s free stuff. We got badges. We got guitar picks. You need these things in your lives. Everybody does.

Here’s what we’ve got for ya:

Worship – House Of Glass 7″  – transparent clear 7″ (we’ve just checked and we only have 10 of these left)
Strangers – It Was A Sin/If I Found Love – plain black 7″
Bluebell – Normal Heights/Cinderella – transparent blue 7″
DuologueUnderworld/Zeros – transparent clear 7″
Dan CrollFrom Nowhere – plain black/signed 7″
Draper – The Draper EP – frosted white/hand-numbered 12″
Killing Moon Records – Tote Bags – Well, it’s a bag. You can fit a 12″ in there though, so presumably a 7″ would work too.

We’ll have dreamed up some super sweet bundle deals for ya on the day.

Come on down, it’s going to be a blast. In the meantime, check out the below for a taster of what usually goes down at this thing.

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