Incubate’s individual top-10 album releases of 2012 – Gijs, Yannick and Stein

December 30, 2012

It’s that time of the year again and just like previous years we’ve been collecting your top ten album releases of the past year and created a list of the top-452 album releases of 2012 according to you. Although this final list including all your entries has been announced allready, the ranking is still on. […]

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The top-452 album releases of 2012 according to you

December 7, 2012

Firework! That’s what the #1 record of 2012 starts with. According to you, Japandroids‘ Celebration Rock is the best release of 2012. The  band that performed at Incubate 2012 got 22 votes and was on #1 in four individual yearlists. 86 top-10 lists were submitted the last few weeks and the toplist is not curated by an […]

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The Complete Film Program for incu12, with over 90 films

July 19, 2012

Many many….many films will be shown during Incubate. Facts & fiction, Animation, art, fantasy, documentaries, biopics, from short to long, back to superficial or profound. You name it and it’s  there. Carefully intertwined in between everything Incubate has to offer. All those pounds of film are chopped in bite-size chunks to keep the overview in order. Long Films […]

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[Spotifriday] Your weekend soundtrack – Week 14

March 30, 2012

We know, we didn’t do a Spotifriday last week, we’re sorry for that! So for this week we did put some extra effort in the soundtrack of your weekend. Enjoy! Kindness – World, You Need A Change Of Mind The man behind Kindness, Adam Bainbridge, surprised us two years ago with a cover from The […]

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[Spotifriday] Your weekend soundtrack: week 45

November 11, 2011

So it turns out that Spotifriday is a succes. That means we shall hold on to it for a while. Again, we listened to the new releases on Spotify this week, and filtered these out for you.  So if you want to enjoy some new music this weekend: here’s your homepage. And we figured you […]

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Sigur Ros pirated

October 19, 2010

Is piracy only people stealing stuff from companies. No. It’s also big companies stealing from people. Here’s ony obvious example. Sigur Ros never allows companies to use their work in commercials. No problem for those companies like Center Parcs, Sony, Buick and many other. They just steal it. Find more at their site.

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[Interview] Why Norwegianism Records won’t stop looking for weird stuff

March 7, 2014

Donné Et Desirée

Sometimes a small record label or festival pops up somewhere in the Netherlands. They all have one thing in common: they are born out of passion for music. Or maybe more out of passion for weird stuff. To get a better picture of this, I had a word with René from Nijmegen; half of Norwegianism […]

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