[Win] 3×2 tickets for TIKA/I Am Oak/Awkward I in De Effenaar!

December 20, 2011

Damn. A mouth-watering bill. This is the absolute top of Dutch folk music. Anyone that likes folk music should be at this concert.  And you can! Thanks to De Effenaar, we can give away 3×2 tickets to this triple bill on December 22nd! Awesome! We probably don’t have to introduce these bands, but here it goes: TIKA […]

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Incubate’s individual top 10 year lists! Part three: Richard’s picks

December 18, 2011

We posted the ‘top 486 releases of 2011 according to you‘ a while ago, now it’s time for the individual Incubate employees year-lists! Every day until the end of 2011, we’re going to post the top 10 year-lists of the Incubate employees. There’re also links to Spotify  (or to other sources where you can find […]

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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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[Special] Inlog.org tips Naked Song Festival 2011: Recommendations by Tom Ketelaar (Effenaar)

June 5, 2011

In two weeks it’s time for the annual singer-songwriter festival Naked Song. Yesterday we had a special by Frank Veenstra, today it’s up to Tom Ketelaar to recommend you three of the finest acts on the festival. For more information on the festival, head over to their website! Real Incubaters know Frank Fairfield of course, […]

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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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