Independent Records Fair, House of Music Budapest, 23 September

  • 31 Aug 2023 10:09 AM
Independent Records Fair, House of Music Budapest, 23 September
This special records fair provides a unique opportunity to find out more about, and show support for, the Hungarian independent record labels scene.

This event offers an exclusive chance to explore an array of physical music formats, including vinyl, CDs, and cassettes. Immerse yourself in the world of music as you discover one-of-a-kind and limited edition releases that are sure to captivate collectors and enthusiasts alike.

The primary goal of the organisers is to spotlight and celebrate labels that embody both contemporary innovation and timeless local essence. Step into an electrifying fair that transcends the boundaries of conventional music.

The ILF (Independent Labels Fair) serves as a dedicated platform for showcasing the vibrant landscape of Hungarian independent record labels.

Pioneering as Hungary's inaugural event of its kind, ILF concentrates on tangible mediums such as vinyl, CDs, and cassettes, spotlighting labels that epitomize enduring values that stretch beyond mainstream music conventions.

At ILF, you gain direct access to these releases, offering unwavering support to the labels themselves. Additionally, this gathering unveils an assortment of limited-edition, exclusive collector's items that remain inaccessible through regular retail channels.

Now entering its sixth year, this event's overarching mission is to provide the public with an encompassing panorama of the nation's independent physical record production.

Encompassing a multitude of musical genres, the fair aims to fuel meaningful dialogues among label managers and provide professional support to nurture their endeavors.



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