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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[Go See] A Winged Victory for the Sullen @ Concertzaal Tilburg

November 25, 2015

Incubate is extremely proud to continue its collaboration with Theaters Tilburg and present ‘Fluisterzacht’ – a series of concerts for five Sunday afternoons. As the name suggests, these afternoons are dedicated to minimal and ambient music, offering a quiet respite from the frenzy that is our life.   This Sunday (29/11) will bring the magnificent […]

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Remembering Incu’15

November 19, 2015

“On Friday I got kicked in the face seeing Converge, and narrowly missed the same fate on Thursday. I was covered in bruises, had hands full of grit and a slightly looser set of teeth, but you know what? It was totally worth it. Taking a battering was all part of package.” (Resident Advisor) Continuing […]

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5 tips for Incubate with Arnold de Boer (of The Ex)

September 12, 2015

We’re excited to present Arnold de Boer, singer of Holland’s best anarcho-punk band (in our opinion) The Ex, and what he thinks you ought to check out at Incubate this year! Apart from the full day we do with The Ex, where we invited two hands full of very special artists that everyone should come […]

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[Listen] Perc’s new album The Power And The Glory

February 13, 2014

We know Perc from playing at the stage that Incubate hosted at Doomsday. So we were very excited to hear the stream on Resident Advisor from his new album The Power And The Glory that launches next week.  In the electronic dance music scene is Perc one of the reference points. He is an internationally […]

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[Incubated] Pop. 1280 still know how to deliver nightmares

February 3, 2014

They borrowed their name from the Jim Thompson crime novel, which is just as dark and sinister as their own stories of lust, seduction and sexual confusion. We are talking about the industrial punk band Pop. 1280. They are known for being loud, dirty, frustrated, energetic ánd aggressive. Sounds good to you? Pop. 1280 is […]

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[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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[Incubate tips] RAAF & Puin + Hoop 22/11/2013

November 22, 2013

Every year from September till November, Holland’s very own traveling city festival ‘popronde‘takes place in 30 different cities around the country. Taking place in all kinds of venues like small bars, galeries, theathers, recordstores, churches and clubs. Tonight there is something special to see in TAC, Eindhoven.  Friday 22nd of November. RAAF (21.30h) These two […]

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New track Vatican Shadow: ‘Enter Paradise’

September 5, 2013

Vatican Shadow gives a first glance of his upcoming album Remember Your Black Day with the track Enter Paradise. The album will be released on October 21st through Dominick Fernow’s own record label Hospital Productions. With track titles like Contractor Corpses Hung Over The Euphrates River and Tonight Saddam Walks Amidst Ruins, Vatican Shadow stays politically charged, […]

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Kowton delivers remix of CHVRCHES ‘The Mother We Share’

August 20, 2013

Kowton turned the romantic synthpop song ‘The Mother We Share’ by CHVRCHES into a stunning remix with a dreamy climax that’s perfectly parallel to the original. Quite a pleasant surprise from an artist whose usual raw tunes aren’t romantic at all, which could explain the remix being called the ‘feeling fragile version’. But his intention […]

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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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