On Saturday (June 10), almost 100 independent bands and artists flood Yonge-Dundas Square with their musical wares for North By Northeast's first-ever Indie Music Market. Live performances keep you around for two tent shifts (one from noon to 3:45 pm, the next from 4 to 8 pm), and well-tuned Ts tip you to fandemonium's next big thing.
Crush Luther screens a battling bird and robot onto its Dumb Shirt T ($15, Tent #5, noon to 3:45 pm, www.crushluther.com).
Get down in Slave to the SQUAREwave 's 12 Top Hits shirt ($15, Tent #6, noon to 3:45 pm, www.slavetothesquarewave.com).
Megababe gets spelled out in Japanese on the band's hot-pink rock out decal ($15, Tent #1, 4 to 8 pm, www.megababerocks.com).
The gramophone image on the Anti-Q's spray-painted shirt ($10, Tent #3, 4 to 8 pm, www.theanti-qs.com) sits on the piano at the Niagara Falls bar where they play their acoustic sets.
A late-60s Hammond organ image gets printed up to promo David Celia 's Organica album ($20, Tent #7, noon to 3:45 pm, www.davidcelia.com).