[Spotlight] Levon Vincent offers producers an apprenticeship in Berlin for three months

December 5, 2013

Levon Vincent offers producers a three-month apprenticeship in Berlin. Vincent decided to give producers the opportunity to live and work in Berlin on their music, with some equipment within reach and production advice from the boss. So if you are a bound and determined producer, you can send your demo to Levon and make a […]

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[Interview] Cristian Vogel starts new label Station 137, we ask him a few questions

April 3, 2013

Cristian Vogel is an electronic music composer and an all-round very busy man. In the early 1990′s Vogel issued two EPs on Dave Clarke‘s Magnetic North Records label; he became the first UK techno artist to be signed to Berlin’s Tresor Records; he formed the group Super Collider together with Jamie Lidell and he worked […]

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[Watch] Kool Thing – Plan.Life.Go

October 4, 2012

The hottest outfits based out of Berlin at the moment, Kool Thing aka Sydney and Dublin natives Julie Chance and Jon Dark, performed on Incu11 and this is how we announced them: ‘Kool Thing is beautifully honest music. (…) This could be your new addiction.’ I guess we were right about that one! Their new […]

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[Watch] Christian Falsnaes’ ELIXIR at PSM Gallery

July 31, 2012

Danish visual artist Christian Falsnaes will come visit our festival in September with a variation of his latest project ELIXER. He is going to work together with a local MBO school, The Reeshof College during two days and will perform with them on Wednesday evening at NS16 as part of Incubate. There’s some footage below where you […]

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[Art Monday] You should know: Thomas Zipp

March 19, 2012

Painter Thomas Zipp is born in Heppenheim, Germany but is currently working in Berlin. He is mixing his background as a painter with his interests in sculptures, drawings and installations to a complete exhibition with all this elements in one creation. Two years ago, in 2010, this Berliner did get a lot of attention with […]

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[Spotifriday] Your weekend soundtrack – Week 9

March 2, 2012

The weekend is approaching so we got some new albums on Spotify that you should check out. Besides Monolake all the bands/acts are coincidentally all boy/girl-duo acts. Perfect soundtrack for the upcoming spring? Talking about checking out; Did you already saw our new Spotify-playlist with artist who play at Incubate 2012? Memoryhouse – Little Expressionless Animals […]

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[Art] Oil dripped paintings by Matthew Davis

January 18, 2012

Matthew Davis, a Berlin-based artist, made these surreal paintings. Davis puts his brush in oil and lets it drip into small pools. Then he lets it dry for a couple of days and adds a new layer of oil to the painting to create a multi-dimensional look. It creates an extra meaning to the paintings […]

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[Art Monday] Go see: The Tosso Variations @ MU Eindhoven

January 16, 2012

For his first solo-exhibition the artist/movie maker/composer Gabriel Shalom, who lives and works in Berlin, presents a videomusicsuite in 5 movements. Videomusic is a term whom Shalom came up with himself for work in where he composes with image and sound. Shalom’s work is half avant-garde electronic music and half hyperkubistic visual esthetic. Influenced by the […]

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Incubate’s 2011 Cool and Uncool list

December 12, 2011

Hello. We made a list what we think is cool in 2011. And we made a list what we think is very uncool in 2011. We’re always right in those things. Some cool’s are directly linked to the uncool’s next to them, and some have nothing in common. We’re sure you’ll figure it out. If […]

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Michael Azerrad’s adventures in Tilburg (2): Klaus Beyer

September 17, 2011

Last night, Michael Azerrad went and saw Klaus Beyer performing at Incubate Festival. He wrote down his experiences of the fascinating performer who translates all the Beatles’ songs in German:   Friday night I just let myself be a cork floating on the rolling tides of Incubate and followed a group of new friends to […]

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Stimulate your senses at cultural and culinary festival Fabriek Magnifique in Veghel

July 10, 2014


We’d like to see Brabant as one big, cultural festival. To actually see this happening with Brabant Festivals as proof, is something we’re extremely happy with. One of those festivals is Fabriek Magnifique, formally know as Slokdarmfestival, a free culture and food festival that will take place from the 11th of July (that’s tomorrow!) until the 13th of […]

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