Same place, same time, it’s Incu Thursday again. That moment where we can finally share all confirmations that our music promotors gathered during the course of the week, and gathering is what they did. The versatility of artists in this Incu Thursday emphasises our proposition. You know: ‘Black metal next to free jazz’, that part. These are the names we can confirm for Incubate 2012:
One of the big names in the dub-techno scene Andy Stott and the talented young guitar virtuoso Cian Nugent. The renowned free-jazz/free-noise combo Fully Blown (Horacio Pollard & Danny O’Really) next to the trans-media project by Marc Richter called Black To Comm, who will play a live soundtrack along with the silent film ‘Earth’ by Ho Tzu Nyen. For this occasion assisted by Vindicatrix among others.
Wait, there is more. Attention doom, stoner & drones fans: Stinking Lizaveta, Ides of Gemini, Darsombra (photo) and Tarentatec will provide a descent doses of blackened music. If you like it a little bit faster Holy Roar provides us each year hard-hitting metal and hardcore bands. This time it’s up to Monolith and Desolated to fulfil that humble task. Last but certainly not least its up to the enchanting Norwegian/Dutch Jæ to complete the melting pot.
We also got the confirmations for the first two films of our film program. The Zellner Bros are present with their film Kid-Thing, a fever-dream fable about the desolate and rebellious girl Annie. The other film is the short documentary Framing the Other by Ilja Kok and Willem Timmers. A documentary about the awkward encounters between tourists and the Mursi woman of Southern Ethiopia.
Check out all confirmations below for some necessary info and audiopreviews:
Attending Incubate 2012? Go to Facebook and Last.fm so you can see who of your friends are going as well and stay up to date on the Incubate 2012 news! You can check out the whole line-up on the last.fm page as well. Tune in on our weekly updated Spotify Playlist (also embedded above) to listen to the confirmed artists.
You can buy your tickets for Incubate 2012 here or via the store below. You might want to get your hands on a limited edition early-bird ticket which are only €60,- until they run out.