Many things found their completion this week. Earlier this week we announced Global Mashups vol2., the complete art program and the DIY Conference for Incubate 2012. In the meantime Sacred Bones completed their program. We got Incubate-friend Jameszoo to release his EP during Incubate, something that he will celebrate with some of his friends and fellow artists. And besides all that we managed to add 9 more artist for this years line-up.
Let’s start with the Sacred Bones residency. Together with Copenhagen based label Posh Isolation they’ve added Cult of Youth, UV PØP and Street Drinkers to their program. With these additions they have completed their curated line-up, which you can find here.
Friend of Incubate and upcoming producer Jameszoo will release his new EP during Incubate. To celebrate this he hosts his own stage and invited his label boss Akkachar, his partner in crime Krampfhaft and friend Coco Bryce to take the stage alongside him.
But wait, there is more. Pure-blood troubadoor Leif Vollebekk will enchant you with his soulful voice. Speaking of enchanting voices, journalist, writer and musician Jenny Hval will also make her voice heard during Incubate. Jimbo Isaac is not a stranger to Incubate. In 2008 he performed at ZxZw and now he will return with his new band H A R K.
International Jazzcore/freegrind trio Heinz Karlhausen & The Diatonics will give their audience a complex and intriguing experience. The new lo-fi ‘all-star’ trio Joe Speedboat. The trio consist of Jelle Vanlerberghe, Steve Marreyt (Edgar Wappenhalter) and Wim Lecluyse (Circle Bros). We got 2 bands on saturday for Weemoed. The synthesizer lady Miaux and pychedelic duo Young Colour. This last band won their spot at Incubate via vi.be just as New Bleeders who will play on Saturday at Kafee ‘t Buitenbeentje.
Are you planning on 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! Passepartout tickets are now for sale for €75- as well as Daytickets for €15 to €27,50.
Tune in on our weekly updated Spotify Playlist to listen to the confirmed artists.
Photo by Nick Helderman