Charles Bradley: Soul of America released @ SXSW 2012 Film Festival

February 9, 2012

Not many artists released their first record at the age of 62, even less started a successful career with it. Charles Bradley, now referred  as “The Screaming Eagle of Soul” is one of the very few who did, maybe the only one. His debut album ‘No time for dreaming‘ even got listed on Mojo’s (#40) and Rolling Stone’s (#48) […]

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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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[SXSW Report] The final part; Inlog.org blogging live from SXSW, Part V

March 21, 2011

Frank Kimenai is present at the yearly SXSW festival, he will give us live blog updates from Austin! This is the last part in the series! So, saturday arrived. The last day of this insane festival, and not a minute too soon, because I’m beginning to get exhausted. Todays schedule started with a meet-up with […]

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[SXSW Report] The Thursday of SXSW; Inlog.org blogging live from SXSW, Part III

March 19, 2011

Frank Kimenai is present at the yearly SXSW festival, he will give us live blog updates from Austin! This is the third part in the series! After 2 relatively easy days of gigging, Thursday was gonna be a busy one. Started out with lunch with the guys from the Philly Fest, a new festival in […]

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[Listen] Mix by Untold for the hazy winter afternoon

March 6, 2014

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It has already been three years ago Untold performed at Incubate, but he released his debut album Black Light Spiral this year. This after six year of putting out lots of eps. “I’ve eaten all the snacks and now it’s time for supper,” the UK producer said to RA. But, atmospheric dubstep is never redundant, […]

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