25/11/15

Transgressive Records at this year’s Independent Label Market

Come join us at the Independent Label Market in the Old Spitalfields Market on Saturday!

We've pulled together one-off and limited items from the likes of Flume, Johnny Flynn and Songhoy Blues alongside bespoke cuts from Gengahr, Blaenavon and Marika Hackman.
 
Preview two tracks from one of those releases, a limited to 50 split tape from Gengahr and Blaenavon compiling live audio from their secret studio party this Summer:

We'll have other exclusives on offer this weekend such as:

  • Exclusive Flume - ‘Some Minds’ limited edition white label 12” vinyl
  • Exclusive Johnny Flynn ‘Song One’ Motion Picture Soundtrack on limited edition 12” vinyl
  • Limited edition Led Zeppelin Physical Graffiti covers album featuring Songhoy Blues
  • Super limited Blaenavon and Marika Hackman Voice-o-Graphs
  • Limited edition posters and lyric sheets from your favourite Transgressive artists

 

Find out more about the Independent Label Market here.

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