[Go See] Dead Neanderthals’ album releaseparty @ Extrapool, Nijmegen

March 21, 2013

Already got plans for tomorrow night? You’re probably going to cancel them because the New Wave of Dutch Heavy Jazz Dead Neanderthals is releasing their brand new record tomorrow. After not one, but two shows at the Incubate festival last year the sax/drum duo from Nijmegen have recorded their newest album called Polaris, which you can […]

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[Incubate Scene Report] A guide to Nijmegen

July 10, 2012

Nijmegen, the biggest city in its province and close to the border of Germany, is a city filled with music. Maybe it’s because of the amount of students, or maybe it’s just because there is something in the air. Either way, there is plenty to hear and see. VENUES Nijmegen counts quite a lot of […]

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Incubate’s individual top 10 year lists! Part three: Richard’s picks

December 18, 2011

We posted the ‘top 486 releases of 2011 according to you‘ a while ago, now it’s time for the individual Incubate employees year-lists! Every day until the end of 2011, we’re going to post the top 10 year-lists of the Incubate employees. There’re also links to Spotify  (or to other sources where you can find […]

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The top 486 releases of 2011 according to You

December 6, 2011

  86 top-10′s submitted, 486 unique releases submitted resulting in a top 448 releases of 2011; yeah, the call for year-lists seems to be quite a success. It’s not a big surprise the magnificent Let England Shake-album by PJ Harvey ended up on number one in the We Are Incubate year-list 2011, followed by The War […]

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[Review] Young Fathers reach a highly energetic level in 013

March 2, 2014

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Young Fathers at 013, Tilburg. Photo by Simon Verlinden. Carnaval has fully reached Tilburg while on the 1st of March, 013 was about to turn into a temple of futuristic hiphop and R&B. With the help of psychedelic hiphop boy band Young Fathers, those expectation were about to be confirmed.  By: Fleur Rohof The night started […]

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