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The Get Together Indie Label Fair Will Make Its L.A. Debut At The MOCA
On Nov. 15 and 16, the Geffen Contemporary at MOCA in Downtown Los Angeles will turn into an indie music lover's mecca with its first edition of The Get Together: Record Label Market & Music Fair. After throwing three successful seasons of the Come Together in their home in New York City, Other Music has paired up with L.A. concert/event power team Spaceland and the MOCA to bring their indie artist vinyl/merch fair and music showcase extravaganza to Southern California.
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Following a kick-off party the first night, on Sat. Nov. 16, the marketplace will officially launch at 11 a.m., until 5 p.m., with a chance to shop merch and vinyl from a large selection of indie labels from around the world, including Future Classic, Fat Possum, Brainfeeder, Cosmica, Domino, Matador, Mexican Summer, Ninja Tune, Rough Trade, Stones Throw, Big Crown, Sub Pop and Young Turks. The event website reveals that more labels and programming additions will be added and also notes that "you can meet and mingle with the teams behind the records you love," which is pretty awesome.
Music will, of course, be keeping the vibes alive throughout the event, with DJ sets and performances during the market, followed by a Big Crown artist showcase from 6–10 p.m. featuring the deeply soulful Lee Fields with El Michels Affair, Bobby Oroza and others. Highland Park's mouthwatering Sicilian pizza joint Triple Beam Pizza will be among the food vendors to help keep you fueled while digging for vinyl and dancing during the event.