[Go See] L.A.N. Party at OT301

December 4, 2015

Earlier this year, Subbacultcha was instrumental in exploring the local music network and “connecting the vast new sounds of the Dutch underground” with their project – L.A.N.scape. Beginning with a few known acts, they relied on this network to learn about more local artists, consequently allowing them to organically map out the Dutch music scene. […]

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Weekly Music Roundup – 27/11

November 27, 2015

Top music stories of the week: (Clockwise – Factmag; Gregory Euclide; Hirad Sab; VICE Media) Dutch producer Fatima Yamaha‘s debut album available for stream – Here Danish psych-pop Mew release video for new single ‘Making Friends’ – Here Eagles of Death Metal give their first interview after Paris terror attacks – Here Amsterdam Dance Event […]

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Weekly Music Roundup – 21/11

November 21, 2015

Top music stories of the week: (Clockwise – Photosylvia/Silabox; Wetransfer; Youtube; Steve Gullick) Music community mourns after Paris Attack – Here Dutch filesharing service WeTransfer to launch music streaming service – Here English singer David Bowie unveils new single ‘★’ – Here Mogwai guitarist John Cummings leaves band to pursue own projects – Here Groningen […]

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R.I.P. “Kid Baltan” Dick Raaijmakers

September 6, 2013

Yesterday, Thursday September 5, Dick Raaijmakers passed away in his sleep at the age of 83. last year, Raaijmakers composed music for theatrical piece “Achterna gedragen” at incubate 2012. He was known as an important pioneer of electronic music and has been a succesful published theorist. Besides that he was also a well-known figure in […]

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Rosa Ensemble define Dutch folk music at Uitmarkt

September 5, 2013

What’s the definition of folk music? Or, an even better question: what’s the definition of Dutch folk music? Is it the music of André Hazes, or maybe Annie M.G. Schmidt? The people in the video below are eagerly guessing, but they’re actually not so sure about it. People who were going to see Rosa Ensemble at the […]

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[Watch] New video for Martyn’s Viper by Konx-om-Pax

October 3, 2011

Washington DC-based Dutch DJ Martyn has a new video out. It’s the promo to his highly anticipated sophomore album ‘Ghost People‘, ready to be released by Brainfeeder in a week. The track is called ‘Viper’, and the clip is a psychedelic, futuristic animation by Konx-Om-Pax (ZXZW 2007). Check it out. Martyn – Viper (Brainfeeder) from […]

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The Ex Files: Come see them at Incubate!

July 26, 2010

All good things must come to an end, and thus also The Ex Files end. We’ve illustrated the first two decennia of The Ex‘ impressive music career, and by now you should have gotten a pretty good idea of The Ex’ legendary status and their importance to contemporary music. That is, if you didn’t have […]

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The Ex Files: The next decennium (1999)

July 19, 2010

The year 1999 sees The Ex touring all over Europe and the U.S. In February, The Ex play New York and Houston, and then tour the U.S. West together with Fugazi. Back in Europe they tour Germany, followed by the release of the joint Tortoise/The Ex collaboration for the In The Fishtank series, a special […]

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The Ex Files: The next decennium (1996-1998)

July 12, 2010

In 1996 Terrie goes on a year long round-trip through Africa. Although The Ex are supposed to have a sabbatical this year, it’s members are not idle. Singer Sok tours with the troubadouresque punk-folk posse De Kift, bass-player Luc can be heard on the album The Untraceable Cigar of melancholic free-jazz quartet Roof (featuring a.o. […]

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The Ex Files: The next decennium (1992-1995)

July 5, 2010

In March 1992 The Ex finish their 7″ singles series with a 12″ single that doesn’t fit into the compilation-box. The next period sees The Ex slowly but surely moving more and more towards the jazz and improviational scene. Most of the year The Ex tour extensively with Tom Cora in the U.S. and Western […]

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ICYMI: Incubate Arcade 2014

December 18, 2015

With the year coming to an end, here’s another trip down memory lane – a lovely, detailed look back at the Incubate Arcade of 2014, courtesy of Zuraida Buter. [View the story “Incubate Arcade 2014 ” on Storify]

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