Earlier this year the nation looked on in disbelief as a peaceful protest turned into three nights of, in the most part, mindless vandalism and criminality. Hundreds were left homeless and long-standing businesses burned to the ground. One torching stood out amongst the Indie community more than any other - the Sony DADC warehouse in Enfield. At first you’d be forgiven for thinking “ah its Sony, they’re minted," soon enough as the events unfolded on the fastest news service the internet has to offer (Twitter) it became clear that the warehouse was also the main distribution hub for PIAS, with many independent labels using it to keep all their stock prior to it being shipped around the world. With stocks ruined, these independent labels were left up Dawson’s Creek.

Just like Record Store Day however, the music community has come up trumps again, as tomorrow Spitalfields Marketwill play host to the Independent Label Market 2011. As well as peddling exclusive ware from some of the labels worst affected by the fire, the market will include some live performances throughout the day. I’ve been having a look through some of the exclusive items being made available for punters tomorrow, and here are my top five picks.

1. Chemikal Underground will have a stall and a highlight will be test pressings of the debut EP from American indie legends Interpol. Fukd Id#3 was released 11 years ago (almost to the day) and is a must have for any Interpol fan. Watch the video for lead track PDA below.

2. As well as appearances from Ninja Tune artists, DJ Food, Fink and Andreya Triana, the label will be selling the last ever Ninja Tune XX Boxset. The bumper box is crammed full of exclusive goodies including new tracks from Mr Scruff, Toddla T, Kid Koala, Wagon Christ, Jaga Jazzist, King Geedorah, DJ Food, Kyle Hall, The Heavy, The Qemists, King Cannibal, Blockhead and unreleased archive tracks from The Cinematic Orchestra and Roots Manuva.

3. A few months back I discovered Pete and the Pirates and instantly fell in love with their brand of indie pop. Tomorrow Stolen Recordings will be offering a whole feast of signed Pete and the Pirates goodies; 'Come On Feet' 7", 'Knots' 7", 'One thousand Pictures' 12” and 'Little Death' 12” will all be available in very limited numbers.

4. More test pressings are on offer from Loose Music, as the rare and very much sought after Tonight At The Arizona by The Felice Brothers is now out of print, so these pressings will be selling fast I have no doubt!

5. I’ve saved the best for last, one very special item will be on sale tomorrow and it is the ultimate box ticker when it comes to this column. Southern Fried will be selling the utterly brilliant pop tune, 'Are You Ready For Love' by Elton John (does anyone else always hear George Michael introducing Elton John when they read his name or is it just me?). What makes this particular choice so special is that it is pressed on half speed cut, 220gsm, pink vinyl and comes with the Keith Haring and David Bailey picture sleeve signed by Elton John himself. Bring your cheque book and join the end of the queue!

I’ll be going to the Market yourself so come and say hello. I'll be the guy indecisively staring forlorn at the market stalls wishing I had more money than I do so that I can buy everything I will invariably want!