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Staff Vincent Koreman: Artistic director Joost Heijthuijsen: External Management Frank Kimenai: Artistic Team, Operational Management Peter Meeuwsen: Artistic Team, assistant promotor Tineke de Mug: Production & Band Handling Cees Thomassen: Technical Manager Tijs Heesterbeek: Senior General Marketing and Communications Erik Luyten: Senior Online Marketing & Communications Development Barry Spooren: Finances and Marketing/project leader Pirate Conference

Ingo Oszkinat: Art-director Dyon Schlebos: Head of physical distribution Robin Geurts: Audio coordination Editors bio’s: The visitors of (with extra editing for the festival guide by Ruud van Esch, Bart Nijssen, Jelle Agema, Eric Looge and Maurice van der Heijden)

Production Laszlo Gimenez: Head stagemanagers Loes Hermans: Site Production @ Facilities Miranda Meulenbroek: Crew chief Lenny van Keulen: Chief Vedett Niki van Rooy: Head of Ticketing Lounge Project management Gert-Jan Kerremans: Project leader Glocal Steph Byrne: Assistant Project Leader Glocal Freyja van den Boom: Project leader Tilburg Ink., Input/Output, Pirate Kiosk Bianka Smeets: Project leader Incubate Extra Veerle Lavoir: Project leader New Jacks Charlotte Caldwell: Project leader Wocci Arlette van Ravenswaaij: Site production Black Mountain Sonja Augart: Curator dance and performance Maarten Lammers: Sponsorship researcher Evelien Rombouts: Assistant production and location management Bjorn Maessen: Risk management researcher

PR & Marketing Roel van Oosterhout: Niche Marketing Sebastiaan Janssen: Niche Marketing Steph Byrne: Visual representation and marketing/assistant project leader Glocal

Board Floor Boumans: Chairman Jasper van den Dobbelsteen: Secretary Ries Doms: Treasurer Mike van Gaasbeek: Board member Angelique Spaninks: Board member


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PREFACE Incubate stresses the importance of arts and culture for the development of the region and the curiosity and creativity of people. By linking the strong program to the Piracy theme Incubate captivates a wide audience, including those not immediately interested in art or music. In this way Incubate reinforces the grassroots of the cultural infrastructure. Piracy is a very relevant theme within the arts. What interests are of more importance: those of the author or society? How do we as a society give free rein to creativity and innovation and what can businesses learn from these tactics in order to see their interests secured? An illustration of this dilemma can be found in the following quote from Lil Wayne’s No Ceiling Mixtape: “Why do you keep, why do you give out free music, why do you do this, why why / Because I’m weezy? / I’m different. / I have plenty of it. / So, there’s nothing for me to share. / Priceless, that’s why it’s free.” Let many be a witnesses to a beginning of the answer at Incubate 2010. Thus Incubate makes a wonderful example of what we call The Art of Living Together. Under this motto we in Brabant are currently reinforcing the development of this Art by nominating ourselves for Cultural Capital of Europe in 2018. Incubate 2010 comes at a crucial moment in the decision making regarding that nomination. It is important that Arts and Culture are given the room to freely develop. ‘Incubators’ should be encouraged where possible. Policymakers create conditions for this debate and artists and creators have the responsibility to fill these in with their professional expertise and creativity. Thus works the Art of Living Together. Thanks to the organization of Incubate for the occasion of writing the preface to this unique festival. Marijn ten Harmsen van der Beek Creative Entrepreneur/Chairman Bossche MakersHuis/States-Provincial member of Noord Brabant.



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index SUNDAY september 12th


monday september 13th


tuesday september 14th


wednesday september 15th


thursday september 16th


friday september 17th


saturday september 18th


sunday september 19th




pirate conference


generation bass


tilburg ink




new jacks 2.0


pirate cinema


music program monday


music program tuesday


music program wednesday


music program thursday


music program friday


music program saturday


music program sunday






incubate extras






cHEaP iNcUBaTE Taxi Station Taxi is offering the Incubate visitors during the festival a cheaper and set rate. For this set rate the taxi takes you anywhere within the city ring and will also bring guests to hotel Ibis and Bastion hotel.

Rates E 7,50 for a regular taxi (max. 4 pers) E 15,- for a van (max. 8 pers) On Thursday the taxi’s will also bring you to and from the Dolfijn Bowling alley. Please note that only Station Taxi offers this deal. They have Incubate signs in their cars. It’s best to call ahead to order a taxi or you can take one at one of the taxi stands (only with the Incubate sign).

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sunday september 12th


Incubate presents: Charles Leadbeater @ NWE Vorst 19:30 till 22:00 Incubate loves to innovate. Incubate loves creativity. Charles Leadbeater is a leading authority on innovation and creativity. So put 1 and 1 together, and you’ll get… exactly… Charles Leadbeater will open the Incubate festival week with an inspiring lecture. He is a creative phenomenon and a gifted speaker. He is Tony Blair’s favorite corporate thinker and consulted Microsoft and Vodafone. He also wrote for the Financial Times and The Independent. As a journalist of The Independent he has been closely involved in the creation of the novel Bridget Jones’ Diary. In his latest book, We-Think: The Power of Mass Creativity, Leadbeater discusses the possibilities of the internet as a catalyst for global cooperation and creativity. Brabant Stad has the ambition to become cultural capital in 2018. To become cultural capital, cities have to invest in innovation. As part of this ambition Tilburg invests in social innovation. The web is creating a more open, participative and collaborative approach to culture. In his keynote, Leadbeater will focus on the role the arts can play in this social innovation process. What’s the role of a changing arts practice in a changing society? After Charles’ keynote lecture, a panel of experts from the fields of arts, economy and politics will take place with amongst others the Queen’s Commissioner for the Province of Noord-Brabant Wim van de Donk and director of STEIM and professor at The Hague University of Applied Sciences Dick Rijken.



monday september 13th

Monday September 13th

music program The Ex curates: Ab Baars, Andy Moor & Yannis Kyriakides, Zea, The Ex @ V39 20:00 Zola Jesus @ Cul de Sac 23:00 Woccii: Monotonos, Moemlin, Pamelia Kurstin & Seb Rocheford @ Paradox 20:00 (Event info on p.116) More info on the performing artists on p.56

monday september 13th

piracy Argument Vertoningsruimte: Aram Tanis & Jacolijn Verhoef 14:00 – 18:00 Bibliotheek Tilburg Centrum: Input/Output 11:00 – 21:00 Freshheads Exhibition Space: This Is War 10:00 – 18:00 City Centre of Tilburg: Sweatshop Live on the radio: Original Pirate Material More info on the Piracy-pages (p.26)

pirate cinema Shorts: Recuts, Da Vinci Treasure, Turkish Star Trek @ Filmfoyer 20:00 More info on the Pirate Cinema-pages (p.48)

incubate extras Instore @ Sounds 17:00 Meal deals @ Gember & Sereh More info on the Incubate Extras-pages (p.120)



tuesday september 14th

Tuesday September 14th

music program Women, Idiot Glee, Space Siren @ V39 20:00 The Chap @ Cul de Sac 23:00 Woccii: Neon Indian, Bongo A Bang Bang! @ Paradox 20:00 (Event info on p.116) More info on the performing artists on p.58

tuesday september 14th


piracy Scryption: THE KIOSK OF PIRACY 10:00 – 17:00 Argument Vertoningsruimte: Aram Tanis & Jacolijn Verhoef 14:00 – 18:00 Bibliotheek Tilburg Centrum: Input/Output 11:00 – 21:00 Freshheads Exhibition Space: This Is War 10:00 – 18:00 City Centre of Tilburg: Sweatshop Live on the radio: Original Pirate Material More info on the Piracy-pages (p.26)

pirate cinema shorts: Stop motion remakes, Snakes on a Train, Abducted by the Daleks (18+) @ Filmfoyer 20:00 More info on the Pirate Cinema-pages (p.48)

incubate extras Instore @ Sounds 17:00 Meal deals @ Gember & Sereh More info on the Incubate Extras-pages (p.120)


wednesday september 15th

Wednesday September 15th

music program Shikari curates: Drainland, Expulsion, The Hunger, Shikari @ V39 20:00 Lucky Dragons @ Cul de Sac 23:00 Woccii: Driver & Driver, Drowning Dog & Malatesta @ Paradox 20:00 (Event info on p.116) More info on the performing artists on p.60

incubate extras Instore @ Sounds 17:00 Meal deals @ Gember & Sereh More info on the Incubate Extras-pages (p.120)

wednesday september 15Th


piracy Scryption: THE KIOSK OF PIRACY 10:00 – 17:00 Argument Vertoningsruimte: Aram Tanis & Jacolijn Verhoef 14:00 – 18:00 Bibliotheek Tilburg Centrum: Input/Output 11:00 – 21:00 Freshheads Exhibition Space: This Is War 10:00 – 18:00 City Centre of Tilburg: Sweatshop Live on the radio: Original Pirate Material More info on the Piracy-pages (p.26)

pirate cinema shorts: Sweded movies, Paranormal Entity, Paranormal Ascendancy @ Filmfoyer 20:00 More info on the Pirate Cinema-pages (p.48)

Special Pirate Party for kids Woccii @ Paradox 14:30 interactive adventure theater with De Landbouwers 16:00 Pirate disco with DJ Barbabob 16:30 Lucky Dragons 17:00 Starpower More info on the Woccii-pages (p.116)

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Thursday September 16th

music program ForgetToForgive, Haribo Macht Kinder Froh, LightsGoBlue @ V39 20:00 Frog Pocket @ Cul de Sac 23:00 Woccii: The Superusers, The Dreams @ Paradox 20:00 (Event info on p.116) More info on the performing artists on p.62

Bram Stadhouders / Sidsel Endresen / Jim Black Trio Concert @ NS16 21:30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 22:30 Bio on p.62

thursday september 16th


piracy Scryption: THE KIOSK OF PIRACY 10:00 – 17:00 Argument Vertoningsruimte: Aram Tanis & Jacolijn Verhoef 14:00 – 18:00 Bibliotheek Tilburg Centrum: Input/Output 11:00 – 21:00 Freshheads Exhibition Space: This Is War 10:00 – 18:00 City Centre of Tilburg: Sweatshop Live on the radio: Original Pirate Material More info on the Piracy-pages (p.26)

pirate cinema shorts: Recuts, Titanic 2 (European premiere), Brazilian remakes: Planet Wars @ Filmfoyer 20:00 More info on the Pirate Cinema-pages (p.48)


16 thursday september 16th

New Jacks 2.0 exhibition @ Duvelhok 16:00 More info on the New Jacks-pages (from p.44)

incubate extras Instore @ Sounds 17:00 Meal deals @ Gember & Sereh Heavy metal bowling @ Dolfijn Bowling 22:00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 0:00 Afterwards heavy metal drinking @ Little Devil 0:00 More info on the Incubate Extras-pages (p.120)

friday september 17th


Friday September 17th

music program Friday music program @ 013, Buitenbeentje, Cul de Sac, Little Devil, NS 16, Pauluskerk, V39 20:00 Woccii: Two Pin Din & Gw Sok, Gud Er Kvinde, Zounds, Orchestre Tout Puissant Marcel Duchamp @ Paradox 20:00 (Event info on p.116) Generation Bass: Bomb Squad, Headhunter, El-B and many more @ 013 Kleine Zaal and Batcave, Paradox 22:30 (Event info on p.36) Glocal: Black Mountain @ Natuurtheater Oisterwijk 22:30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 0:00 (Event info on p.109) More info on the Music Program Friday-pages (from p.64)


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piracy NS 16: Performance Constant Dullaart 19:30 – 20:15 Scryption: THE KIOSK OF PIRACY 10:00 – 17:00 Argument Vertoningsruimte: Aram Tanis & Jacolijn Verhoef 14:00 – 18:00 Bibliotheek Tilburg Centrum: Input/Output 11:00 – 21:00 Freshheads Exhibition Space: This Is War 10:00 – 18:00 City Centre of Tilburg: Sweatshop Live on the radio: Original Pirate Material More info on the Piracy-pages (p.26)

Pirate Conference Keynote speech Matt Mason Lecture Rob Scholte interview Hank Shocklee (The Bomb Squad) Xavier Le Roy invites Mårten Spångberg and many more… @ Midi Theatre 10:00 - 19:00 More info on the Pirate Conference-pages (p.32)

friday september 17th

pirate cinema Shorts: Sweded movies, War of the Worlds, War of the Worlds 2 @ Filmfoyer 20:00 More info on the Pirate Cinema-pages (p.48)

incubate extras Instore @ Sounds 17:00 Meal deals @ Gember & Sereh Solar Cinema @ tilburg City Centre From 21:00 Three Towers Soul Club @ Kingdom Skateshop From 16:00 DJ De Rooie Neger & Heavy Metal Karaoke @ Little Devil 00:30 – 04:00 Le Guess Who? DJ Team @ Cul de Sac 00:45 – 04:00 More info on the Incubate Extras-pages (p.120)

New Jacks 2.0 Exhibition @ Duvelhok 14:00 – 20:00 More info on the New Jacks-pages (from p.44)


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Saturday September 18th

music program Saturday music program @ 013, Buitenbeentje, Cul de Sac, Hall of Fame, Little Devil, NS 16, Pauluskerk, V39, Weemoed 15:30 Woccii: Gizmog, Sonido Martines, Munchi @ Paradox 20:00 (Event info on p.116) Generation Bass: Jakes, Daniel Haaksman, Neil landstrumm and many more @ 013 Batcave, Paradox, Studio, V39 22:00 (Event info on p.36) GlocaL: Dan Deacon @ Boerderij â&#x20AC;&#x2122;t Schop 21:00 (Event info on p.112) More info on the performing artists on the Music Program Saturday-pages (from p.76)

pirate cinema ODDSAC, Tribulation 99, Transmorphers, Titanic II @ Filmfoyer 12:00 More info on the Pirate Cinema-pages (p.48)

saturday september 18th


piracy Scryption: THE KIOSK OF PIRACY 10:00 – 17:00 Argument Vertoningsruimte: Aram Tanis & Jacolijn Verhoef 14:00 – 18:00 Bibliotheek Tilburg Centrum: Input/Output 11:00 – 17:00 Freshheads Exhibition Space: This Is War 10:00 – 18:00 City Centre of Tilburg: Sweatshop Live on the radio: Original Pirate Material More info on the Piracy-pages (p.26)

incubate extras Instore @ Sounds 17:00 Meal deals @ Gember & Sereh Solar Cinema @ tilburg City Centre from 21:00 DJ t.b.c. & Heavy Metal Karaoke @ Little Devil 00:45 – 04:00 Vera DJ Team @ Cul de Sac 00:00 – 04:00 More info on the Incubate Extras-pages (p.120)

New Jacks 2.0 Exhibition @ Duvelhok 14:00 – 20:00 More info on the New Jacks-pages (from p.44)

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sunday September 19th

music program Sunday music program @ 013, Buitenbeentje, Cul de Sac, Hall of Fame, Little Devil, NS 16, Pauluskerk, Sounds, V39, Weemoed 14:30 Woccii: Wormradioworm Showcase, Cheapmachines, Raymond Dijkstra & Af Ursin, Jason Urick, Dracula Lewis @ Paradox 16:00 (Event info on p.116) Glocal: Six Organs of Admittance @ Pauluskerk 19:30 (Event info on p.108) More info on the performing artists on the Music Program Saturday-pages (from p.92)

pirate cinema ODDSAC, Alien vs. Hunter, Titanic 2 @ Filmfoyer 12:00 More info on the Pirate Cinema-pages (p.48)

sunday september 19th


piracy Scryption: THE KIOSK OF PIRACY 12:00 – 17:00 Argument Vertoningsruimte: Aram Tanis & Jacolijn Verhoef 14:00 – 18:00 Freshheads Exhibition Space: This Is War 10:00 – 18:00 City Centre of Tilburg: Sweatshop Live on the radio: Original Pirate Material More info on the Piracy-pages (p.26)

incubate extras Meal deals @ Gember & Sereh Skate contest and demos +DJ’s @ Koningsplein 13:00 – 17:00 Street Chalk Championship @ Koningsplein 13:00 – 17:00 More info on the Incubate Extras-pages (p.120)

New Jacks 2.0 exhibition @ Duvelhok 14:00 – 20:00 More info on the New Jacks-pages (from p.44)

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Piracy in the arts is the main theme of this festival edition. With this theme Incubate responds to the public debate that has been raging for quite some time now. Boundaries of copyright are questioned and creative and economical ownership, especially with the digitization of society, are no fixed rules anymore. Terms like “original” and “copy” seem to be words of the past. Due to the economic and legal developments of our society, almost everything that can be translated into worth or money gets claimed as property. It’s the artists’ task to explore new ways to spread his art and ideas, without stepping into this economic pit. This search can show, and open up, new ways for the artist. It can make his personal growth deeper and it can develop his ideas faster. Copyright has been developed to stimulate creation, growth and the spreading of culture. To again reach this end, a balance must be found between the availability and distribution on one hand and the desire of the creator to be acknowledged and rewarded on the other. This piracy-project not only shows how piracy already is very much interwoven in our society, but also offers an investigation in the way the current copyright and intellectual property rights work, to try and reach a situation of the best possible creation, development and distribution of ideas and work. Be this in music, art, clothes or tattoos, Incubate shows you that piracy and copyright issues are everywhere.



Constant Dullaert Webcam Girl Performance Constant Dullaart is a visual artist who mocks with the technological nature of modern day communication. He saves old websites from oblivion, searches for the strangest URL’s and turns blogcomments into art.

know she is the central focus of a performance. She is projected on a large screen and Dullaart merely types. Meanwhile, the credits of the webcam chat slowly run out, leaving the girl in wonder…

At Incubate he will give a performance in which he chats on the internet with a webcam stripper. The lines that he types however are a monologue from Shakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing”. The webcam girl does not

Dullaart plays with the rules of communication and of the webcam game, linking together high and lowbrow culture in a visually appealing performance.

Friday, 17th of September 19:30 - 20:15 @ ns16

Original Pirate Material One of the first mediums to encounter piracy in its modern form was radio. With illegal transmitters, somewhere in an attic or on a boat floating on international waters, radio-amateurs were playing music they liked.

These radio stations became incubators for new music. Because we like music, and we like pirate radio, we give broadcast time to cool radio stations throughout the week.

The whole week @ a radiofrequency near you

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Input/Output The main goal of Input/Output is to recycle media. Work by two young artists will be shown: Martijn Hendriks and Ryan Trecartin.

talk shows like Oprah Winfrey, Rosie O’Donell and countless others that are broadcast during daytime and are viewed by millions of Americans.

Martijn Hendriks shows work from his series “This is Where we’ll do it”, in which he downloads videos from video site Youtube, edits them and then uploads them back to Youtube again.

Tommy-Chat Just E-mailed Me (2006) Narrative video short that takes place inside and outside of a e-mail.

This is where we’ll do it #5, #6 (2008) & #7 (2010) This is where we’ll do it is a series of Youtube videos from which the performing people have been digitally erased. Nothing happens, but there are still traces of what was erased. Young American artist Ryan Trecartin shows three works, which are mainly characterized by constant quotes from so-called ‘day-time television’:

What’s The Love Making Babies For (2003) Technophile gods wearing acid-washed denim argue about the future of gender and produce cryptic TV commercials. Yo A Romantic Comedy (2002) recartin borrows clichés from hip-hop culture and genre films to craft a dark, dream-like narrative that veers from comic melodrama to goth fantasy.

From monday, 13th of September till wednesday, 29th of September Monday till Friday: 11:00 – 21:00 Saturday 11:00 – 17:00 @ Bibliotheek Tilburg Centrum



Educate The centre of Tilburg harbors five “vrije plakplaatsen” (open billboards were you can stick posters). These places are meant for individuals or organizations to promote themselves or their activities. For young adolescents it’s crucial to form an opinion, to ventilate this opinion and to have the freedom to ventilate this opinion. For artists, freedom of speech is very

important. During the Educate-program at Incubate, these two groups will come together. High school students will learn how to communicate their opinion on posters from case studies given by students from the art school in Tilburg (Academie voor Beeldende Vorming Tilburg). During the Incubate-week, their posters will hang throughout the city on the “vrije plakplaatsen.”

The whole week @ Tilburg city centre

Thomas I’Anson This Is War… A few years ago, Thomas I’Anson worked as a model for some of the ‘big’ brands like Alexander McQueen, Puma, Levi’s and Dior. He never was at ease with these images of himself and of the companies he was representing. In This Is War he will remake new

portraits of himself and of the companies he worked for. He is in a unique position to make a statement about it, not only questioning advertising, and the notion of piracy, but also himself.

From monday, 13th of September till sunday, 19th of September 10:00 - 18:00 @ Freshheads Exhibition Space

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Verhoef/Tanis Blueprint Verhoef/Tanis is a collaboration between Jacolijn Verhoef and Aram Tanis. Since 2007 Verhoef and Tanis work together on a regular basis. Isolation, standardization and the mass-produced are important themes in their work. They want to make the people aware and confront them with subjects they often pass by or ignore. They focus on the repetitive patterns in buildings and landscapes. It’s a symbol for the anonymity of the contemporary

urban environment and the isolation of the people who live in it. It can also be seen as a critique on the mass produced. This also has an effect on the people who live in these urban environments. The media determines what is beautiful and how people judge things. It provides standardization in society, from identical shopping malls to the ‘idealization’ of the human body. Verhoef and Tanis want to show the other side and go beyond the façade.


From monday, 13th of September till sunday, 19th of September After Incubate every Thursday till Sunday 14:00 – 18:00 Last day: Sunday October 3th @ Argument Vertoningsruimte



Sweatshop (In collaboration with Kant Social Design Label) Copies of brand sweaters, shirts and jackets are produced on an immense scale in China. Since the original brands are unaffordable for the average Chinese person, the cheap, illegal versions of these brands are very popular. Some companies that produce the ‘pirated’ versions of these brands are even created or supported by the Chinese government to be able to offer their citizens these so wanted luxury items. In the Incubate Sweatshop these

‘fake’ brand items are copied back to originals. Social design label Kant will adjust the items by hand and will add hand knitted and hand crafted elements to them. By doing so, a whole new form of copying emerges. Though a copy of a mass produced product, this ‘second generation’ copy is much more valuable than the original. The materials that are used in the reworking are collected through the Incubate community and the results will be displayed in public spaces by dressing the numerous statues in the city of Tilburg in them.

The whole week @ Tilburg city centre

THE KIOSK OF PIRACY The Kiosk Of Piracy is an offline collection of torrents from sites like The Pirate Bay. At a wooden kiosk, visitors can download these torrents through a

wireless network. In the kiosk, visitors can find an enormous list of data, movies and music they can download.

From tuesday, 14th of September till sunday, 19th of September Tuesday till Friday: 10:00 – 17:00 Saturday and Sunday: 12:00 – 17:00 @ Scryption

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The Pirate Conference offers reflection on the comprehensive piracyprogram of Incubate Festival and on the value of creation in society. Incubate Festival is about artistic progress, thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s why the artist also takes a central role in this part of the program. How to reach optimal creation, development and distribution of ideas within the current state of copyright? A lot of the time, the discussion on Piracy revolves around the economic and legal position of the consumer and producer. This conference is about creation itself though. Both supporters and opponents of piracy will get a chance to express their views through panels, workshops, keynote speeches and information stands.

FRIDAY, 17TH OF SEPTEMBER: 10:00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 19:00 Entrance: Pay what you want @ MIDI Theater

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10:00 – 11:00 Pirate Breakfast (bar) 11:00 - 13:15 Keynote speech Matt Mason and panel discussion (main room) 13:15 - 14:00 Piracy Student Debate 14:00 - 14:45 Rob Scholte lecture (main room) 14:15 - 15:45 Generation Bass forum (bar) 15:00 - 15:45 Xavier Le Roy invites (main room) 16:00 – 17:00 Hank Shocklee (Bomb Squad) (main room) 17:00 - 18:30 Drinks (bar) 10:00 - 18:30 Stands Creative Commons, Pictoright, Studystore Tilburg University, Pirate Party (lobby)

Arrrr... The Hearty Pirate Breakfast The Hearty Pirate Breakfast is an informal way of getting to know each other. The breakfast will be hosted by the Dutch Pirate Party.


Keynote speech Matt Mason Matt Mason was recently proclaimed Pirate of the Year by BussinesWeek. He earned this title as author of the book Piracy, which topped both Amazon’s economy and rap/hip hop bestseller lists. Mason was a DJ at a pirate radio station and a club in London, produced TV series, comics, videos and records, and his articles have appeared in The Guardian, The Independent and Vice among others. In his book Mason shows how operating methods of various underground scenes and trends have become global industries over the past years. Afterwards there’s a panel discussion with Matt Mason, DJ /rupture, Martijn Arnoldus (Creative Commons Netherlands), Sander van de Wiel (Pictoright) and hip hop artist Jiggy Djé.

Generation Bass forum Leading artists in non-Western contemporary dance will exchange views on blogs, sharing music and the traditional record industry. With Daniel Haaksman, DJ /rupture, Bbrave, Dj Umb and Globalibre.


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Piracy Student Debate The student debate is all about the pros and cons of the current system of copyright. Students of Fontys International Event Music & Entertainment Studies, the Academy of Pop Culture Leeuwarden and the Utrecht School of the Arts will investigate the most desirable system for the operation of copyright within the near future.

Hank Shocklee (Bomb Squad) Hank Shocklee, Music Producer, founder of hip hop formation Public Enemy and The Bomb Squad, will be interviewed by Job de Wit (freelance pop/hip hop/house journalist) about his method of production, his view on (the future of) copyright, and sampling and the recycling of material to build a new work and a new context.

Stands Incubate wants to give organisations that are in some way related to the subjects of copyright the opportunity to represent themselves on the Pirate Conference. Expect to find Creative Commons, Pictoright and the Dutch Pirate Party here amongst others. Studystore Tilburg University will be selling some very interesting books on copyright/piracy this day.

Xavier Le Roy invites Mårten Spångberg Piracy and copyright topics are also prominent and important topics in the world of dance. Performance artist and choreographer Xavier Le Roy invites Mårten Spångberg (essayist, dance critic, dramaturge and choreographer) for a discussion on recycling, reinterpretation and re-enactment of performance art. Is it an infraction of copyrights, or should it also be taken as a compliment and a possibility to find a new audience for a work?

Rob Scholte lecture Rob Scholte (Amsterdam, 1 juni 1958) is a Dutch contemporary artist. He will treat the concepts of copyright and piracy approached from his own background. Scholte’s work is controversial because it often uses existing images. He shocked audiences with his work and knows how to effectively make the media and cultural industry respond to his will. Scholte will give a lecture on the meaning of piracy within his work and within the arts in general.

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Generation Bass is a platform for cool music from wherever. Think global music, global techno, bassline, cumbia, kuduro, baile funk, fidget, widget, wobbly dobbly house. At the Generation Bass nights during Incubate 2010 you can expect two nights of the coolest dance grooves mixed with the hottest music styles from all over the globe. It’s non western influences on western dance music, without going all hippie on you.

FRIDAY, 17TH OF SEPTEMBER: 22:30 – 04:00 SATURDAY, 18TH OF SEPTEMBER: 21:00 – 04:00 @ 013 kleine zaal, 013 batcave, V39, paradox, STUDIO TILBURG

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22:30 – 23:30 BOMB SQUAD 013 kleine zaal. Bio on page 74

21:00 – 22:00 the Cumbia Cosmonauts Paradox. Bio on page 89

23:00 – 00:00 DJ Umb 013 Batcave. Bio on page 66

22:00 – 00:00 Mutant Newton studio tilburg. Bio on page 84

23:30 – 00:30 Celt Islam 013 Kleine Zaal. Bio on page 65

23:00 – 00:00 P45 013 batcave. Bio on page 86

00:00 – 01:00 Bbrave Paradox. Bio on page 64

23:00 – 00:00 Monkey Mark v39. Bio on page 84

00:00 – 01:00 Hyetal 013 Batcave. Bio on page 69

00:00 – 01:00 Bandish Project

00:30 – 01:30 Ku Bo 013 Kleine Zaal. Bio on page 70

00:00 – 01:00 Coco Bryce v39. Bio on page 80

01:00 – 03:00 DJ /rupture Paradox. Bio on page 65

00:00 – 01:00 Sabbo Paradox. Bio on page 87

01:00 – 02:00 Dub Gabriel 013 Batcave. Bio on page 66

00:00 – 01:00 andy Kisaragi studio tilburg. Bio on page 76

01:30 – 02:30 El-B 013 Kleine Zaal. Bio on page 67

01:00 – 02:00 Neil Landstrumm 013 batcave. Bio on page 85

02:00 – 03:00 Max Le Daron 013 Batcave. Bio on page 72

01:00 – 02:00 Daniel Haaksman v39. Bio on page 80

02:30 – 04:00 Headhunter 013 Kleine Zaal. Bio on page 69

01:00 – 03:00 Bomb Diggy Crew paradox. Bio on page 78

03:00 – 04:00 DMDN 013 Batcave. Bio on page 66

01:00 – 02:00 Boogie Dave studio tilburg. Bio on page 78

013 Batcave. Bio on page 77

02:00 – 03:00 DJ Umb 013 Batcave. Bio on page 81 02:00 – 04:00 Globalibre DJ’s studio tilburg. Bio on page 82 03:00 – 04:00 Jakes 013 Batcave. Bio on page 83

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tilburg ink

In the tattoo world, the one who handles the needle is considered the artist. From the perspective of the fine arts this is a unique situation because the ‘tattoo artist’ merely makes a copy of an already existing image. An art piece gets its value because of its uniqueness; only one, or a few copies, are made. With tattoos, this uniqueness is questionable. But who’s the real artist? The one who made the design? Or the one who handles the needle? Ten contemporary artists have created their own designs for tattoos. This collection will be presented in the traditional way, on so-called “flash sheets”. During the festival, visitors (who subscribed earlier) can have the works tattooed by master tattoo artist Darko Groenhagen for free. But Incubate will also distribute these flash sheets to tattoo shops throughout the Netherlands. This project will theoretically create an infinite number of copies of these artists’ works.

From Friday, 17th of September till Sunday, 19th of September 12:00 – 20:00 @ Luycks Gallery

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Constant Dullaert Constant Dullaart can always be found showing his work somewhere. He is a critic of media, highly active on the Internet, and is an equally talented critic of himself and of his vocation of contemporary visual artist.


Ronald de Bloeme Ronald de Bloeme studied painting at Willem de Kooning Academy in Rotterdam. In an era in which imagery is increasingly superseding language, Ronald de Bloeme analyses the origin of signals and the components of their persuasiveness.

Boris de Vries / Father Futureback Boris de Vries, also known as Father Futureback (1982) lives and works in Den Haag, Holland. He gained a degree in Graphic Design from the Royal Academy Of Arts in 2010. He describes his style as naive and kRaAaZeEeEe.

ronald de bloeme

boris de vries


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S. Lloyd Trumpstein S. Lloyd Trump Stein (Antwerp, 1969) is an artist, cartoonist and performer whose work is so diverse it can hardly be categorized. The work of this artist, performer, and cartoonist is of an absurd humor with a deadly serious undertone.

Koen Delaere Growing up, Delaere became interested in the punk scene and ended up in Art School somewhat by accident. Traces of the anti-design of the underground culture, the over-aesthetic aspects of graffiti and street art can be seen in his work, which is mostly abstract paintings.

Martijn Hendriks In the work of Martijn Hendriks abstraction, materiality and meaning are explored through a performative approach to the art work. Collected materials are used as a source for sculptures and videos that consider the language of abstraction in relation to the dispersion of images and information and their ongoing translation from one form or medium into another.

Marc Bijl Bijl is a highly versatile artist, steadily gaining recognition for the last five years from museums and galleries all over the world, who makes objects, actions, installations, videos and sculptures. In his work he uses resources from advertising and underground subcultures. martijn hendriks

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Rafaël Rozendaal Rozendaal can be seen as a new generation painter who doesn’t make oil paintings but uses the internet as his canvas. He makes websites as art pieces, which are sold with a domain name. The work remains public and the name of the collector is in title bar.


Iris van Dongen Van Dongen began copying the paintings that hung in her home. She developed her style of drawing at a very young age and continued with it ever since. On her 21st she graduated at the Academy of Art and Design in Den Bosch. She is known for her work in the Romantic style.

Thomas I’Anson l’Anson is a graphic designer artist whose work primarily deals with shapes and pattern and the abstraction of form such as his fabrik paintings with pixilated images.

iris van dongen

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Wildbeaming is a temporary form of graffiti. An urban setting is used as a temporary museum for modern art. At three different locations the (unexpected) viewer is confronted with huge projected images using a beamer and the urban surroundings as a screen. The videos engage in a relationship with these surroundings, creating a different context and experience of the place. Not a rectangular projection on a white exterior, but a projection that blends into the architecture of a building in the street or in the form of a tree or other organic form. Next to three set locations there will be a mobile projection that keeps changing place and will respond to the events of the day in atmosphere and magnitude.

From monday, 13th of September till saturday, 18th of September @ Different locations in the city centre of Tilburg



hester scheurwater The wildbeaming project is conducted by Hester Scheurwater, visual artist from Rotterdam, Netherlands. Her work focuses mainly on the three female archetypes: Virgin, Mother, Whore and the fine lines that separate them. Scheurwater’s films seek to express desires, fears and obsessions in an alarming manner. Her pictures show daydreams, fantasies and nightmares, in which the modern individual (pictured as grotesque doll-like women) appears isolated from reality, unable to connect with their selves or their surroundings. The women are shown as an object, isolated and sometimes absent, thrown back to basic animal instincts: “female behavior”.

hester scheurwater

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New Jacks 2.0

An overview of five promising and emerging artists from Brabant. The featured artists have either not graduated yet or have graduated less than five years ago and are all based in Brabant. With the help of project partners WEI, TAC and Avans Colleges a selection of the most interesting â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;newâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; artists has been made that will present themselves within this program. Instead of focusing on a selection of big international names, this project wants to show the broad development of a new generation of artists from Brabant. In terms of imagery they regularly break with academic laws and come to new autonomous insights. All artists will incorporate the theme of Piracy into their own work.

THURSDAY, 16TH OF SEPTEMBER: 16:00 - 20:00 (OPENING EXHIBITION) Friday 17th to Sunday 19th of September: 14:00 - 20:00 @ DUVELHOK

new jacks 2.0

Sven Fritz


Klaas Burger

Sven Fritz graduated in 2008 on the St. Joost academy in Breda. Fritz works a lot with natural products. For instance, he has created a rug from bumblebeefur and has exposed a giant clam, or a living pigeon. With these objects, Fritz shows the diversity of the existence of living creatures.

Klaas Burger (1977) lives and works in â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;s-Hertogenbosch. Heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a visual artist with a high interest in philosophical and theological issues. But his work can also be seen as lighthearted and funny: like a carrot with sneakers or a mini golf course. As a freelance writer, he writes for different magazines.


Matijs van de Kerkhof Matijs van de Kerkhofs work exists of everyday and recognizable images, loaded with a desolate and sometimes imminent atmosphere. He seeks absurdity and mysteriousness in images that are normal at first sight. Next to a visual artist, he also composes music, performs and shoots video clips under the moniker Mr Mondegreen.



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Teun Jansen Uses his distinguished style of illustrations not just for display in gallery’s, but he also likes to take his work to the streets as flyers, stickers or posters. For New Jacks he has made collages based on song lyrics and the documentary “The Devil and Daniel Johnston”. Come see his work at the Duvelhok, or look for it, hidden in the streets of Tilburg!

Anita Hrnic Anita Hrnic is interested in general entertainment, lust and pop culture. She uses techniques like collage, video, photography to explore the social need for entertainment. In a bizarre series, she recently started comparing paparazzi photographs of Britney Spears to famous paintings through history. Searching for a parallel between trivial and mythical but also mostly sheer amusement.




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pirate cinema

Turkish remakes of Star Trek, the Brazilian version of Star Wars or the robots from Doctor Who starring in an adult movie. Mockbusters, remakes, sweded versions, re-cuts and found footage: the full range of piracy gets shown at this year’s Incubate film program. Creative re-use of scripts, names and concept imagery is one of the factors of Piracy we try to highlight at this year’s festival. And what better way to show it than in film! We’ll also be hosting a special around one of the most hated film studios in Hollywood: The Asylum. These guys produce “Mockbusters”, often made with a low budget, created with the apparent intention of piggy-backing on the publicity of a major film with a similar title or theme. Together with The Asylum, Incubate will present the premiere of Titanic II, a long awaited sequel to the 90’s blockbuster!

MONDAY 13th to Sunday 19th of September: Entrance: free @ Filmfoyer

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MONDAY 20:00 Shorts: Recuts 20:00 Da Vinci Treasure (The Asylum, 2006) 22:00 Turkish Star Trek - Turist Ömer Uzay Yolunda (Hulki Saner, 1973)

tuesday 20:00 Shorts: Stop Motions 20:00 Snakes On A Train (The Asylum, 2006) 22:00 Brazilian remakes: Planet Wars (Adriano Stuart, 1978)

wednesday 20:00 Shorts: Swedes 20:00 Paranormal Entity (The Asylum, 2009) 22:00 Paranormal Ascendancy (ZAB, 2008)

thursday 20:00 Shorts: Recuts 20:00 Titanic 2 (The Asylum, 2010) European Premiere! 22:00 Abducted by the Daleks (Roman Nowicki, 2005) (18+)

friday 20:00 Shorts: Sweded 20:00 H. G. Wells’ War of the Worlds (The Asylum, 2005) 22:00 War of the Worlds 2: The Next Wave (The Asylum, 2008)

saturday 12:00 ODDSAC (Danny Perez & Animal Collective, 2010) 15:00 Tribulation 99 (Craig Baldwin, 1991) 20:00 Transmorphers (The Asylum, 2007)

SUNDAY 12:00 & 15:00 ODDSAC (Danny Perez & Animal Collective, 2010) 18:00 Alien vs. Hunter (The Asylum, 2007) 20:00 Titanic 2 (The Asylum, 2010)


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Abducted by the

Brazilian remakes:

Daleks (18+)

Planet Wars

(Roman Nowicki, 2005)

(Adriano Stuart, 1978)

A bizarre erotic horror movie starring four women who got abducted by the Daleks from BBC series Doctor Who. The BBC tried to prevent the spreading of Abducted by the Daleks in 2005 upon learning of it, but despite this action, the film was leaked onto the internet.

Made in less than a month, this Star Wars rip off was released in Brazil a full 5 months before the original Star Wars hit Brazilian theaters, causing it to be a South American smash hit! The film features just about every Star Wars character you can think of; as well as some of the most embarrassingly bad sets, special effects and disco dance numbers you will ever find in a movie.

abducted by the daleks

Alien vs. Hunter (The Asylum, 2007) Alien vs. Hunter is a “mockbuster” made to capitalize on the popularity of the more widely released Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem. The alien in AvH is a rip off from H.R. Giger’s Alien series.


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Da Vinci Treasure (The Asylum, 2006) Based on historical events, a thrillseeking forensic anthropologist must unravel the mysterious code locked within the works of Leonardo DaVinci. In his search for the greatest hidden treasure known to man, his hunt turns into a deadly chase around the world, leading to an explosive finale that will shake the foundations of history.

H. G. Wells’ War of the Worlds (The Asylum, 2005) In this modern retelling of H.G. Wells’ classic sci-fi horror, civilization is laid to ruin when a super race of aliens invades Earth. In a blink of an eye, massive “walkers” cover the planet, annihilating all in their path. As cities crumble and human flesh is ripped from the bone, one man struggles to find the one weapon that will turn the tide for mankind.


War of the Worlds 2: The Next Wave (The Asylum, 2008) The aliens return to complete their plan of human domination, launching a second wave of attacks that threaten to destroy what is left of humanity.

ODDSAC (Danny Perez & Animal Collective, 2010) ODDSAC is an experimental film featuring psychedelic visuals, directed by Danny Perez and with music by Animal Collective. The movie blurs the boundaries between sound and vision. The band and the director worked for almost four years to create an ambitious audiovisual project, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. In between, Animal Collective was at its creative peak, which resulted in the highly acclaimed album Merriweather Post Pavilion. Danny Perez is also known for his live visual performances for bands like Black Dice and Panda Bear.

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Paranormal Ascendancy (ZAB, 2008) Kenny has experienced some strange events in the middle of the night and he’s convinced that he has a ghost living in his room. Expecting to see nothing but a few tricks, housemate Michael visits Kenny’s room himself one night and is totally freaked out by the experience. Soon the activity becomes increasingly worse and they find themselves being taunted by mysterious spirits.

Paranormal Entity (The Asylum, 2009) Actual footage of the events leading to the 2008 “murder” of Samantha Finley. This DVD, released against the wishes of the authorities, proves that nothing human caused Samantha’s death.

Shorts: Recuts A re-cut trailer, or retrailer is a parody trailer for a movie created by editing footage from that movie or from its original trailers, and thus are a form of mash up. They generally derive humor from misrepresenting the original film: for instance, a film with a murderous plot is made to look like a comedy, or vice versa.

Shorts: Stop Motions In Stop Motion Remakes, film makers use the plot and imagery of well known Hollywood blockbuster and recreate these movies using apples, Simpsons characters or whatever they find is useful. A lot of the stop motion remakes are made with Lego.

Shorts: Swedes The concept of ’sweding’ is easy. It comes from the American comedy film Be Kind Rewind that started a new internet hype with so-called sweded movies. In the film the main players recreate movies that got erased by accident. After the release of the movie a lot of people recreated their own favorite movies. At Incubate you can watch a selection of sweded movies.

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Snakes On A Train (The Asylum, 2006) Under a powerful Mayan curse, snakes are hatched inside a young woman, slowly devouring her from within. Her only chance for survival is a powerful shaman who lives across the border. With only hours to live, she jumps on a train. Unfortunately for the passengers aboard, they are now trapped, soon to be victims of these flesh-eating vipers.


Titanic 2 (The Asylum, 2010) European Premiere! On the 100th anniversary of the original voyage, a modern luxury liner christened “Titanic 2,” follows the path of its namesake. But when a tsunami hurls an ice berg into the new ship’s path, the passengers and crew must fight to avoid a similar fate.

Tribulation 99 (Craig Baldwin, 1991)


Craig Baldwin is an American experimental filmmaker who uses “found” footage and images from the mass media to undermine and transform the traditional documentary. Upon its release in 1991, Tribulation 99 became an instant counterculture classic. Baldwin’s “pseudopseudo-documentary” presents a factual chronicle of US intervention in Latin America in the form of the ultimate far-right conspiracy theory, combining covert action, environmental catastrophe, space aliens, cattle mutilations, killer bees, religious prophecy, doomsday diatribes, and just about every other crackpot theory broadcast through the dentures of the modern paranoiac.

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Transmorphers (The Asylum, 2007) In this low budget Transformers rip off, earth is invaded by alien robots. After 400 years of oppression a group of humans are preparing the ultimate battle against the robots.

Turkish Star Trek Turist Ömer Uzay Yolunda (Hulki Saner, 1973) Star Trek was so big in Turkey that life stood still when Star Trek was on TV. No wonder that people came up with this Turkish version of Star Trek. They ripped the story from Star Trek episode “Man-Trap” and added a new story line with Turkish hero Turist Ömer, who is transferred to the Enterprise where he makes fun of all the Star Trek characters like Mr. Spock and Captain Kirk.


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MUSIC PROGRAM MONDAY Ab Baars (NL) Dutch musician-composer and bandleader Ab Baars performs on tenor saxophone, clarinet and shakuhachi. He focuses mainly on the Ab Baars Trio, Duo Baars-Henneman and the ICP Orchestra. In reviews Baars’ music has been characterized as joyfully obstinate, but surely appealing and as colorful as it is astonishing. It embodies the best typically Dutch improvised music has to offer. Improv, Freejazz 21:30 – 22:00 V39

Moemlien (NL) Moemlien is the solo project of Hannah Giese. She explores the many sides of the tape as a medium of sound carrying and manipulation of prerecorded material into dense layered drones of the extraterrestrial kind. Soundsources for her adventures are electronics, modified keyboards, violoncello, various acoustic objects & instruments and voice. Hannah is part of the happening makers group “Hallo Gallo”. Soundscapes, Experimental, Drones 21:15 - 21:45 Paradox

Andy Moor & Yannis Kyriakides (CY) Yannis Kyriakides was born on Cyprus but lives in The Netherlands. He collaborated as a composer on projects with conceptual sound artist Dick Raaijmaakers and director Paul Koek, among many others. He is currently artistic director of the prestigious Ensemble MAE. Andy Moor is a member of the The Ex and has a contemporary music label Unsounds with Yannis Kyriakides. You may know him from his collaboration with DJ/Rupture. Blues, Experimental, Electronic 20:45 – 21:15 V39

This performance is part of the WOCCII program. More info on p.116

Monotonos (NL) MONOTONOS plays dark ambient, music from isolated world, polar music. Like slow cascading waves, a thunder on an autumn night, which comes in every now and then. Gorgeous rolling deep ambient music, perfect isolationist drones. (Frans de Waard, Vital Weekly 702) Drones, Ambient 22:15 -23:00 Paradox This performance is part of the WOCCII program. More info on p.116

monday music program

Pamelia Kurstin & Seb Rochford (US/UK) World renowned thereminist and Tzadik recording artist Pamelia Kurstin who has recorded with David Byrne and Ulver teams up with Seb Rochford of Polar Bear fame (one of the most prolific drummers in the business) to astonishing effect. Don’t miss out on this engaging theremin/drum improvisation! Improv, Jazz, Electro-Acoustic 20:00 - 20:45 Paradox This performance is part of the WOCCII


Zea (NL) Zea is a breakpop one-man band from Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Armed with guitar, mic, drum machines, sampler and synths, Arnold de Boer comes with fast-paced programmed drums, copious synth work, guitars that go from jangly to strummy on a moment’s notice, and vocals that chant as much as they sing; 8-bit electronic sounds exploding all over the place, and at the same time a pop tune isn’t out of the question either. Electronic, Indie 20:00 - 20:30 V39

program. More info on p.116

Zola Jesus (US) The Ex (NL) The Ex is a legendary punk band from Amsterdam. They formed in 1979 at the height of the original punk explosion making them one of the longest-lived and most influential punk bands still in existence. Breaking from the relatively narrow confines of punk rock, The Ex has incorporated a wide array of influences, often from non-Western and non-rock sources. Because of their legendary status, and their original approach to music, Incubate asked them to curate the V39 program on Monday. Punk, Impro 22:15 – 23:00 V39

Zola Jesus is the endeavor of a solitary girl named Nika Roza Danilova to simultaneously combat and invoke the approaching apocalypse using the only weapon/offering she has; her voice. After a decade of opera study and a musical awakening involving such varied inspiration as Billboard bubblegum, classical arias, no wave, avant industrial, she was able to thread her influences into a sound uniquely her own. She has a split with Burial Hex and got raving reviews in The Wire, Pitchfork, The Fader and Dusted. Singer/songwriter, gothic 23:00 - 00:00 Cul de Sac

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MUSIC PROGRAM TUESDAY Bongo A Bang Bang! (AU/DE) Bongo a Bang Bang is a composition for drums, pyrotechnics and prerecorded crowd sounds. It’s about climaxes, climaxes and more climaxes, with a nod to the epically but preposterous drumsolo’s of old (think: Ginger Baker, Cosy Powell, John Bonham and (yuk!) Lars Ulrich). The drums are handled by improv/jazz/experimentalist Steve Heather. His sidekick Skadi earned her pyrotechnics skills through shows for a.o. Lenny Kravitz, Robbie Williams and Genesis. Get a good giggle out of it!

Idiot Glee (US) Idiot Glee is James Friley from Lexington, Kentucky. The one-mansamples-and-loop-pedal-band has been influenced by bands like Pet Sounds, ENO, Yes and The Beatles. His astral indie-pop has been taking the internet by storm recently. As his Mormon beliefs prohibit him from drinking alcohol, he’s living proof that good songwriters don’t necessarily need drugs and alcohol. Indie-pop, samples 21:00 - 21:45 V39

Improv, noise, doom 22:00 – 23:00 Paradox This performance is part of the WOCCII program. More info on p.116

idiot glee

tuesday music program

Neon Indian (US) Neon Indian is a chillwave band from Denton, Texas. The music is composed by Alan Palomo, also known for his work with the band Ghosthustler and as the artist VEGA. The band’s debut, Psychic Chasms has received many favorable reviews, including the designation of Best New Music and 14th best album of 2009 by Pitchfork Media. Rolling Stone Magazine called Neon Indian one of the hottest new bands of 2010. Chillwave 20:00 – 21:00 Paradox This performance is part of the WOCCII program. More info on p.116

Space Siren (NL) The foursome Space Siren is moody without being too heavy and catchy without being too poppy. Their songs sound like they know where they’re going, but they’ll never let you in on their secret. They have that forward drive every band should have: the sound of needing to make music, not just wanting to. Shoegaze, Noise Rock 20:00 - 20:30 V39


The Chap (UK) The Chap is an experimental pop band from London. Their music is a mix of rock and pop with small quantities of almost every other genre thrown in for good measure. They’re known for their energetic live shows which often end with exploding violins and cellos. Like Devo with Asperger’s, and attitude. Experimental rock, Pop 23:00 - 00:00 Cul de Sac

Women (CA) The four members of Women have been in bands together since childhood, and as a result the foursome is able to marry dense experimental noise and intricate instrumentation with delicate, melodic songwriting in a seemingly effortless manner. It’s as The Jesus And Mary Chain are visiting Andy Warhol with a big sac of pot. Experimental rock, Shoegaze 22:15 – 23:00 V39

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MUSIC PROGRAM WEDNESDAY Drainland (UK) Irish friends of the mighty Shikari, who invited them for the special Shikaricurated evening on Wednesday. Drainland creates some of the filthiest sludge infused screamo doomcore, while taking their influences from the likes of Godflesh, Cattlepress, Dystopia and Unruh. Like they say themselves: Alienated and alienating. You better believe it. Screamo, Hardcore 21:30 - 22:00 V39

Drowning Dog & Malatesta (US) Drowning Dog & Malatesta has taken their anarchist hip-hop propaganda through Europe and the U.S. in recent years and was an original founder of this Entartete Kunst organization and the S.F. Bay Area Annual Anarchist Music Fest. Hip Hop 22:00 – 23:00 Paradox This performance is part of the WOCCII program. More info on p.116

Driver & Driver (DE) Driver & Driver aka Chris Imler & Patric Catani: the Berlin twin phenomenon from different mothers. They can’t just shake off their twisted approach to music coming from bands like Golden Showers (Imler) and EC8OR (Catani) even if they learned to dress in suitable coats. Catani and Imler, both big fans and heavily influenced by garage punk, booty bounce, rockabilly, rap, dancehall, 60s beat and yes early and new (electro) punk, found the perfect pitch to face the upcoming facts in music. Garage, Punk 20:00 – 21:00 Paradox This performance is part of the WOCCII program. More info on p.116

wednesday music program

Expulsion (NL) The musical equivalent of a racecar: extremely fast, annoyingly loud and dangerous for the spectators. Once it’s on speed, which is obviously pretty quick, there’s nothing that can slow it down. Expulsion’s unbelievable speedy thrash metal will be the main reason for many moshpit induced injuries even before Shikari enters the stage. Trash, Metal 20:45 - 21:15 V39


Shikari (NL) This legendary Dutch hardcore/ screamo band is playing shows again after their split in 2005. So Incubate asked them to curate the Wednesday in the V39, inviting befriended bands. Their singer tends to fall on the ground and will be shaking like a maniac as the other guys will do on their instruments. If you think Enter Shikari is raging and intense, it’s time to watch the REAL Shikari. Hardcore, Screamo

Lucky Dragons (US) Making everyday sounds become alluringly other, Lucky Dragons’ performances include live music, video projection, and sounds created in collaboration with the audience. If anything, the music that Luke Fischbeck and Sarah Rara create is highly unusual. Experimental, pop 23:00 – 00:00 Cul de Sac

22:15 – 22:45 V39

The Hunger (NL) Heavy and dark metallic hardcore band, hailing from the cold and eerie North of the Netherlands. Featuring one of the busiest man in Dutch Hardcore: Nico Omission. Hardcore, Metal, Sludge 20:00 - 20:30 V39

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MUSIC PROGRAM THURSDAY Bram Stadhouders, Sidsel Endresen & Jim Black (NL/NO/US) A unique collaboration between three giants of improvised jazz. Bram Stadhouders is a young atmospherotronic guitarist whose electronic music is introverted, sometimes alienating and certainly intrusive. He already played with Jim Black, who is known for his versatile style of drumming, varying loud drumming with subtle percussion. Vocalist Sidsel Endresen has been a convincing voice in all musical genres she has touched since the eighties, from avant-garde to soul. She has previously worked with among others adventurous saxophonist Håkon Kornstad and Bugge Wesseltoft. Jazz, Electronic, Ambient 21:30 – 22:30 NS16

ForgetToForgive (NL) Niche music is not meant to be liked by everyone. That’s why crabcore is called crapcore by those who don’t get it. Strong music creates strong opposition. But that does not slow down these four guys from The Netherlands. ForgetToForgive brings metal core in its harshest form: unrelenting and in your face. Metalcore, Crabcore 20:00 - 20:30 V39

Frog Pocket (UK) Frog Pocket is John Charles Wilson from Ayr (Scotland). His manic, physical sets are a spectacle that can only impress. Incorporating backing beats, live fiddle, guitar and vocal, Frog Pocket has maintained his credibility both as a musician and contemporary electronic performer. The fractured AFX-like beats alongside beautiful melodies are the trademark of his energetic live act and his somewhat misinterpreted demeanor only adds to his mystique. IDM, Electronic, Glitch 23:00 – 00:00 Cul de Sac

thursday music program

Haribo Macht Kinder Froh (NL) HMKF are taking their musical influences from bands like Enter Shikari and Asking Alexandria. They call it partycore, but you can call it anything you want. To them, being in this band all comes down to basically one thing: four guys combining their sense of humor and their love for music with a lot of self-mockery.


The Dreams (FR) The Dreams are the perfect mix between Les Georges Leningrad, Crash Course In Science and ICK. In short: some of the best DaDa synth punk bands around at the moment. An extremely dirty and trashy duo with wild synth punk sounds for the selected dance floors around the world! Punk, Synths 22:00 - 23:00 Paradox

Electronic, Metal, Crunk, Crabcore, Partycore 21:00 - 21:45 V39

LightsGoBlue (UK) This edgy electronic pop/rock duo has made quite a name for themselves in the UK, playing around 150 shows in 2009. It was only to write new material that the band took a break from touring. Later this year LightsGoBlue will tour America with their friends from Enter Shikari. Rock, Electronic 22:15 - 23:00 V39

The Superusers (AUS/US/UK) The Superusers is a vehicle for artists to extend their practice into unknown territories. The members are involved in performance, music, film, programming, installation, literature, and costume and these disciplines can pop up in the performance. The result is a retroactive combination of aggressive audio-visual media with the absurdist humor of dada and expanded cinema. The Incubate edition of The Superusers features the team of Scott Sinclair (Company Fuck), John Fanning (Massaccesi) and Sophie Soni (Rubbish Fairy). Audio visual 20:00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 21:00 Paradox

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Bbrave (US)

Bad Guys played their first gig at ATP curated by The Melvins and Mike Patton. They rocked! You ever seen someone crowdsurf in a living room? Bad Guys have. You ever seen Jared from The Melvins force his way through your window to get to your gig? Bad Guys have. You ever trashed a place so bad it needs to be rebuilt from scratch? Bad Guys have.

Labelboss Bbrave of the mighty Akwaaba Music label will once again drop the finest true Kuduro, Hiplife, Gnawa & more tropical madness from the African continent. His constant travels across “the Dark continent” give him the insider advantage when it comes to dropping fire on the dance floor!

Sludge, Rock

00.00 - 01.00 Paradox

20:00 - 20:45 Little Devil

Kuduro, Tropical

This performance is part of the Generation Bass program. More info on p.36

Black Earth (US)

bad guys

Black Earth already played the first edition of Incubate in 2005. Incubate doesn’t make a habit of repeating itself, but for this heavy threesome, we make an exception. The balls-to-the-walls rock ‘n roll band has a new drummer in Jason Reese of the mighty ....And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead. Rock, Stoner 20:30 – 21:15 013 Batcave

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Black Mountain (CA) Psychedelic rockband Black Mountain will play a special show in a nature theater in Oisterwijk as part of the Glocal-project. More info on page 109. Psychedelic, Rock 22:30 – 00:00 Natuurtheater Oisterwijk

Celt Islam (UK) Abdullah Hamzah aka ”Celt Islam” is an English convert to Islam, Sufi and a member of the northern British alternative dub/breaks outfit “Nine Invisibles” and ”Analogue Fakir”. Celt-Islam uses a fusion of music from Dub/Electro/Drum and Bass and collaborates it with Islamic and world grooves to create a Dub driven dance crossover. Dub, Eclectic, Drum & Bass 23:30 - 00:30 013 Kleine Zaal This performance is part of the Generation Bass program. More info on p.36


DJ /rupture (US) An artist that has been paired up with Brian Eno by Rolex. That’s not something you see every day on Incubate. The New York based DJ / rupture made his name through drum ‘n bass and also flirted with ambient and breakbeat. Nowadays, DJ /rupture is one of the most influential dj’s in the global-dance scene. John Peel was a fan, he’s a regular on Pitchfork and comes to Tilburg to shake some white hips. Drum ‘n bass, jungle, hip hop, breakbeat 01.00 - 03.00 Paradox This performance is part of the Generation Bass program. More info on p.36

Daniel Francis Doyle (US) Daniel Francis Doyle is his own psycho one-man band. One of the many favorite bookings of the Incubate bookers. Don’t know if that means anything to you. But it should. Loop pedals improvisation, energy and experiment galore! Bet you didn’t know one man could make so much weird noises and at the same time also such delicate music. Noise, Rock 21:15 - 22:00 Kafee ‘t Buitenbeentje

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DJ Umb (UK) Umb is short for Una Musica Brutàl, but if you’re lazy, you could also pronounce this as ‘jump’. People tend to do this a lot when he’s dj’ing, judging by the videos where he can be seen spinning on, for instance, Roskilde Festival. He is also one of the driving forces behind the infamous Generation Bass blog. Cumbia, Kuduro, Baile Funk, Bhangra 23:00 – 00:00 013 Batcave This performance is part of the Generation Bass program. More info on p.36

Dub Gabriel (US) Probably one of those very few shows when the sound engineers at the 013 venue are praying that their subwoofers will stand the pressure. On the Incubate blog Dub Gabriel stated about his performance: “When you come to one of my shows, it’s sonic-warfare – high-energy heavy bass designed to push subwoofers to their limits.” Sonicwarfare, folks. Dubstep,Dub,Barefoot 01:00 – 02:00 013 batcave This performance is part of the Generation

DMDN (NL) DMDN is founder and main force behind Tilburg’s TRIGGA nights. One of the leading dubstep parties in Holland, known for bringing young up and coming dj’s to Tilburg, instead of the usual suspects. TRIGGA hosted shows by peeps like Appleblim and Ramadanman, Bar9, Bare Noiz, Fused Forces, Jack Sparrow and many more. DMDN himself is known for his latest dubstep finds and dubplates which he gets his hands on always as one of the first in the scene. Partly due to him also running one of the main record shops in the south of Holland, Antenna Records. Dubstep 03:00 -04:00 013 batcave

Bass program. More info on p.36

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El-B (UK)


Frank Fairfield (US)

El-B is a very influential pioneer of the dubstep genre, who produces also a lot of hip-hop and UK Garage. His music has been described as “Edgier than UK garage but sexier than the cold drum & bass.” As Burial pointed out in 2006, El-B’s swing is the “last secret left in music”. That’s all you need to know. Now go dance.

This is not 2010. No, when Frank Fairfield plays his banjo or his fiddle you’re mysteriously transferred to the early 1900’s in between the hillbillies who dance barefooted in the mud. You won’t get you folk more traditional than this. No one should look surprised if he leaves the building through a time machine.

Dubstep, 2 Step


01:30 – 02:30 013 kleine zaal

20:00 - 20:45 Pauluskerk

This performance is part of the Generation Bass program. More info on p.36

Forest Fire (US) Forest Fire is a folk-rock band that somehow keeps slipping under the radar of the big public. Their last album was considered by some as ‘better than that of Fleet Foxes’, but the amount of press coverage did not match those statements. Find out for yourself if this is the next big thing, or if the public radar is still working just fine. Folk, Rock 21:15 - 22:00 013 kleine zaal

frank fairfeild

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Gud Er Kvinde (DK) Gud er kvinde means God is female. A duo comprised of Johannes Lund & Maria Bertel which sports innumerable typos in their bio. With their acoustic/ amplified intense hotchpotch of droney baritone sax and trombone improv attacks they are at the forefront of the Danish experimental music scene. Affiliated with the seminal Danish YOYO OYOY collective. Improv, Noise, Drone 21.00 - 21.30 Paradox This performance is part of the WOCCII

Hanoi Janes (DE) Hanoi Janes is the one-man project of Oliver Scharf from Sachsen, Germany. Armed with an 8-track recorder, one mic, and a stack of slightly degenerated pop nuggets, Scharf is a one-man parade, combining heavy hearted simplicity with sunny and naive bubblegum pop. “Hanoi Jane” refers to the nickname given to Jane Fonda in the 70s because of her anti-war stance on Vietnam. Garage Rock, Lo Fi, Noise Pop 21:45 – 22:30 013 BatCave

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Gum Takes Tooth (UK) Gum Takes Tooth is a duo of Thomas Fuglesang on live trap drums, physically wired into home grown electronic instruments, bare circuit boards, tweaked, molded and mangled in realtime by Jussi Brightmore. Frequent double drum live action is added by Valentina Magaletti. Always a totally live symbiosis of unique and manually manipulated home grown electronics driven by a dense and expansive percussion attack: no guitars, bass, keyboards, backing tracks or laptops featured in Gum Takes Tooth! Noise, Rock 22:30 - 23:15 Little Devil

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Headhunter (UK) Headhunter is a dubstep producer/DJ from Bristol, England. Starting off with twitchy minimal half-step rhythms on the label Ascension he set up with flatmate Tech Itch (aka Technical Itch), his sound now occupies a niche section of the dubstep scene, sitting comfortably between the ultra-heavy bass styles of Skream and Benga, and the deeper Berlin influenced techno side of the dubstep coin. Dubstep 02:30 – 04:00 013 Kleine Zaal This performance is part of the Generation


Horse Feathers (US) After fronting several rock bands, singer/songwriter Justin Ringle began focusing on acoustic music, playing open mics regularly under the moniker Horse Feathers. By 2007, Horse Feathers began featuring a rotating cast of instrumentalists backing Justin’s guitar and vocals. The folk is very basic, but surprisingly rich orchestrated. As a four piece, the group has been touring extensively. And now, the ‘Feathers will rock Incubate. Folk, Indie 20:00 - 20:45 013 Kleine Zaal

Bass program. More info on p.36

Hyetal (UK) Hell Militia (FR) With Hell Militia you’ll embark on the final leg of your journey. The baggage of your life is a litany of shattered dreams, broken promises, forlorn hopes, pathetic achievements and worthless acquisitions. There has been no meaning to any of it. Every selfish breath was in vain. No value can be placed on your pointless existence. Let this intelligent and dedicated black metal band escort you to your final destination: death. Black MetaL 21:15 - 22:00 V39

Hyetal’s music has been described as feeling like “I just won a marathon race and I’m at the dubstep rave and everyone is pouring champagne on me and I’m eating wedding cake with all my ex-girlfriends... and they just told me they still love me. All of them.” Need we say more? Dubstep 00:00 - 01:00 013 Batcave This performance is part of the Generation Bass program. More info on p.36

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Inquisition (US) Inquisition plays their own unique trademark of black metal, involving slow, deep and dark riffing combined with sudden tempo changes, ultra tight blast beats, hyper fast riffing and melodic solos at times. The combination of old school thrash metal major guitar progressions with the depth and darkness of black metalâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s chaotic minor guitar progressions, makes up for the trademark Inquisition sound. Black Metal, Thrash, Metal

Ku Bo (AU) Vienna based bass-meister Stefan MĂśrth (known as Stereotyp) rather spends his time in the studio than on tour. Ku Bo is a chance to see the man live. In this exciting new project, Stereotyp creates room for dancefloororiented tunes. Afro House 00:30 - 01:30 013 Kleine Zaal This performance is part of the Generation Bass program. More info on p.36

22:30 - 23:15 V39

Josephine Foster (US) Over the course of just a few years, Colorado native Josephine Foster has captivated audiences and critics alike through a magnetic patchwork of recordings ranging from broken spirited balladry, fiery psych rock gestalt to the voice of an outsider folk siren. The one constant is the utterly overwhelming strength and seductive unease of her voice and the bravery of an iconoclastic spirit. Acoustic, Folk 21:15 - 22:00 Pauluskerk

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Leif Vollebekk (CA) A visit to his Plateau apartment in Montreal reveals an endless collection of records from Bob Dylan to Ray Charles. Leif is not only an acoustic singer-songwriter, but also a musical storyteller. Singer-songerwriter, Folk, Indie 00:00 – 00:45 Cul de Sac


Liturgy (US) The first black metal band to truly embody the ghosts of New York. Through their own brand of growling, gnarling, lightning-fast black grind, Liturgy try to find euphoria through dissonance, endless repetition and sheer volume. Black Metal 23:45 - 00:30 Little Devil

La Terre Tremble!!! (FR) Three Frenchmen draw influences from More-era Pink Floyd, post rock, math rock, 70’s kraut rock and Animal Collective. The band has built an impressive sonic labyrinth. Shamanic voices emerge from a swampy landscape and seismic rock is followed by traditional folk. Be careful, mutant pop! Post Rock, Kraut, Psychedelic 23:45 - 00:30 Kafee ‘t Buitenbeentje


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Max le Daron (BE) Young Dj/Producer from Brussels (Belgium), Max le Daron fell into electronic music during his sound engineer studies, thanks to the sounds of TTC and Institubes. He quickly discovers baile funk, through DJ Orgasmic’s mixtapes and Daniel Haaksman’s “Favela Booty Beats” compilations. True shock, this started his quest of ghetto beats from all around the world, while still keeping an eye on the traditional electronic music scene. Tropical Bass

Nefarium (IT) Italy is not very well known for its massive black metal output. Still Nefarium has been responsible for fast, violent and satanic black metal since the mid-nineties. Carnifex, Adventor and Ghoul are as black as it gets. Black Metal 20:15 - 20:45 V39

Orchestre Tout Puissant Marcel Duchamp (SZ)

02:00 - 03:00 013 Batcave This performance is part of the Generation Bass program. More info on p.36

Mordant Music (UK) Dead Air, a massive album of 2006 which crawled out of what sounded like a nasty car crash between Saint Etienne and Throbbing Gristle with Sarah Cracknell, regenerating into the warm form of Phillip Elsmore. Mordant Music was on the driver’s seat. Electronic, Ambient 20:30 - 21:30 NS16

The sensibility of Orchestre Tout Puissant Marcel Duchamp is postpunk, and the instrumentation is appropriately bizarre - trombone, marimba, fiddle, guitar, drums and double-bass. This Swiss band is surreal in the true sense: more than art, it’s a way of life; of living on the edge of your senses. The players perform with a conviction that, in other circumstances, would be dedicated to fringe religion. And their music defines the epithet so beloved of Patti Smith: ‘beauty will be convulsive or not at all.” Very romantic. Very subversive. Very Gallic. No wave 23.05 - 23.55 Paradox This performance is part of the WOCCII program. More info on p.116

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Santa Cruz (NL) Santa Cruz plays Boner rock from The Hague, the Netherlands. Consisting of members of Unit Moebius, Incense and Orange Sunshine they are already an experienced new band. Recently they were signed to the infamous Motorwolf. The perfect signs their long jams will rock your ass off. Psychedelic, Hardrock 21:15 - 22:00 Little Devil

Skitanja (UK) Skitanja are the dual faced inventions of Steve Potatoes and D.I. Signs. They seem to have harvested all they have learnt into the Skitanja sound. The music they make is reminiscent of an impatient David Lynch frantically choosing the sound track to his next film at four in the morning before a flight to Cannes.


Thulebasen (DK) Thulebasen arrives on an electric carpet of flying guitar and beat. A pool of sound where paper silhouette vocals, melodies of suffocating air and rhythms like the rustling of leaves break in an abstract rain dance on the driest day of the year. Train journeyes to Gรถteborg, the bridge Bifrost and blue bones are some of the theses on Guitar Wand, a slightly scratched and gloriously warped production, where riff and reverse are code words. Psychedelic, Noise Rock, Krautrock 21.30 - 22.15 Cul de Sac

Noise 23:45 - 00:30 NS16


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The Bomb Squad (US) Hank Shocklee has produced Public Enemy’s ‘It Takes a Nation of Millions To Hold Us Back’ and Ice Cube’s ‘Amerikkka’s Most Wanted’ and has developed sampling as an art form. Now he will perform a Bomb Squad DJ set. This crowd pleasing sound system will be a mighty show, which is driven by the full force of the bass. Bass!! How low can you go?!

The Night Terrors (AS)

22:30 - 23:30 013 Kleine Zaal

Spawned from the festering miasma of the Melbourne, Australia underground scene, The Night Terrors’ thereminfueled electro-noise has been petrifying punters since the year 2000. The Terrors’ formula of soaring theremin, thunderous metal-bass, breakneck drumming and vintage horror synth has earnt them a reputation as one of Australia’s most unusual and original bands.

This performance is part of the Generation

Indie, Psychedelic

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22:30 - 23:15 Kafee ‘t Buitenbeentje

Hip hop

The Puddle Parade (NL)

the bomb squad

The Puddle Parade: 1. Imaginary children are game. While walking on the street after a summer rain, you have to make sure to step on either only puddles or no puddles at all. 2. one-girl band. Loop lo-fi. A guitar gets looped and supplemented with singing, melodica and toy instruments. The result: frail lullabies with vague melodies and distorted, fading voices. In other words, a minimalistic crackling toy orchestra in slow motion. Lo-fi 20:00 - 20:45 Kafee ‘t Buitenbeentje

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Two Pin Din & GW Sok (NL) No drums. No bass. No muss. No fuss. Two Pin Din is the electric guitar duo of Wilf Plum and Andy Kerr. Wilf played drums in the Dog Faced Hermans and watches Formula 1 racing and snooker when he feels like it. Andy played guitar in No Means No. He keeps himself to himself unless it suits him otherwise. Indie, rock 20.00 - 20.45 Paradox This performance is part of the WOCCII program. More info on p.116


Zounds (UK) You can’t get them more legendary than this. You can’t get them more anarchistic than this. Zounds is more punk than the right testicle of Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day. Emerged from the cassette tape trading culture, and released work on the label of Crass. The band split up in 1982, but got bak together with members who have been in Extreme Noise Terror, Alternative TV and DOOM. Punk 22.00 - 22.45 Paradox This performance is part of the WOCCII program. More info on p.116

Vindicatrix (UK) Vx creates a tangible environment on his refracted pilgrimage thru pop’s outer-lying environs... There’s a ‘letting go’ to his work that enhances the wellheeled sonic gravel crunching on show. This project in particular deserves a high frequency classical fanfare. Vx’s treated brass & woodwind ebb from the IBM like nothing Else. IBM, House 21:30 - 22:15 NS16


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MUSIC PROGRAM SATURDAY Accelerators (NL) The Netherlands based punk rock band Accelerators are influenced by classics such as Ramones, Screeching Weasel, Dwarves and Rancid. They’ve been around since 2003 and played all around Europe. Over the past years Accelerators have shared the stage with bands like Rise Against, Digger and the Pussycats, Casualties, Groovie Ghoulies, The Apers and many more. Punkrock 19:30 - 20:15 CUL DE SAC

Action Beat (UK)

Andy Kisaragi (UK) Bristol/Bath based Untimely Sound head honcho Andy Kisaragi brings you a raucous mash up of gypsyragamuffin-ghetto-disco spanning time & space. Vintage sounds & cutting edge beats, electro woofs & global tweets, mountain bass & folk for freaks, go check it out! Dub, Gypsy, House, Global, Ghettotech, Dubstep 00:00 – 01:00 STUDIO This performance is part of the Generation Bass program. More info on p.36

Angelus Apatrida (SP)

Action Beat are an improv noise/nowave band which is often made up of musicians who are available to play a gig on any particular date. They sound quite like early Sonic Youth, Glenn Branca, Rhys Chatham and the Boredoms. Action Beat normally have at least 4 guitarists, a bassist, a baritone and between 1 and 4 drummers and have also performed with brass and string instruments in the line-up.

This young metal commando was born in the year 2000 in Albacete, an isolated small town in the middle of nowhere in Spain. Influenced by the early Bay Area Thrash Metal and N.W.O.B.H.M. scenes, Angelus Apatrida have crafted their career so far with two albums, countless of live-appearances on larger Spanish festivals and in the clubs of most of the country’s larger cities.

Noise Rock, Noisepunk, no wave, Improv

Trash, Metal

15:30 - 16:15 013 Kleine Zaal

19:45 - 20:30 Hall of Fame

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Antillectual (NL) The craftsmanship and melody that form the quality of the Antillectual live shows now finally have been recorded on the album “Testimony”. With this album the band is in no way inferior to likeminded bands like Rise Against, Strike Anywhere and Hot Water Music. The political punk with a raw edge is catchy and contagious. It makes you want to mosh and sing along. Punk has seldom sounded so inspired.


Battle For Paris (UK) Battle For Paris are a five piece posthardcore band from Bridport in Dorset who combine dueling guitars with complex rhythms and throat-lacerating vocals. Combine the schizophrenic energy of The Blood Brothers with the calculated intricacy of The Fall of Troy, throw in a Meet Me In St. Louis-esque sense of experimentation and you start to get an idea of what this band is about.


Garage, Punk, Rock

21:30 -22:00 Little Devil

18:15 - 19:00 Cul de Sac

Bandish Projekt (IN) Bandish Projekt is a solo effort of composer, producer, DJ, performer and multi instrumentalist Mayur Narvekar, born in India. The sound is as familiar as it is new, as chaotic as it is calm, infused with the right amount of classical, maddened by the right content of frenzy. An experiment in sound. Bandish Projekt is not about the sound of music. It is about the music of sound. Eclectic, Bhangra, Indian 00:00 – 01:00 013 Batcave This performance is part of the Generation Bass program. More info on p.36


Bikes (DE) Bikes is a garagepunk/rock trio with a lofi vibe from Berlin. Noisy, broken amps and half working drumkits get used to blare out poppy songs that are hard to define under layers of grey mud. Hardcore 22:45 - 23:30 Little Devil

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Bomb Diggy Crew (NL) Bomb Diggy mashes up the dancefloor with the best floorwrecking beats, tropical rhythms and sexy bass! Resident dj’s Mataklap, Makks, Ru-D & Tommy Tequila invite cool guests in different styles such as nueva-cumbia, afrobass, kuduro, booty, soca, digital ragga, dubstep, baile funk, dabke, junglebounce, dancehall, bunnycore and perhaps 10.000 more genres! Tropical, Dubstep 01:00 – 03:00 Paradox This performance is part of the Generation Bass program. More info on p.36

Boogie Dave (UK) Boogie Dave used to be all breaks, breaks, breaks... But nowadays, he has embraced dubstep. He’s also the promoter of the Drop Beats Not Bombs event, which makes him some sort of a Bob Geldof of the Drum ‘n Bass movement. Drum ‘n Bass 01:00 – 02:00 Studio This performance is part of the Generation Bass program. More info on p.36

Bram Stadhouders, Sidsel Endresen & Jim Black (NL/NO/US) A unique collaboration between three giants of improvised jazz. Bram Stadhouders is a young atmospherotronic guitarist whose electronic music is introverted, sometimes alienating and certainly intrusive. He already played with Jim Black, who is known for his versatile style of drumming, varying loud drumming with subtle percussion. Vocalist Sidsel Endresen has been a convincing voice in all musical genres she has touched since the eighties, from avant-garde to soul. She has previously worked with among others adventurous saxophonist Håkon Kornstad and Bugge Wesseltoft. Jazz, Electronic, Ambient 21:00 – 22:00 NS16

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Circle (FI)


Circle Bros (BE)

Formed in 1991, Circle is the most visible and prolific name in the Finnish avant-rock underground. Having survived innumerable lineup changes, the band and its founder, bassist/ vocalist/guitarist Jussi Lehtisalo, have constantly reinvented themselves, weaving hypnotic mantras out of exacting Krautrock beats, heavy riffs, arty noise, dark psychedelica, and soundtrack-like beauty. Hard, chilly repetition has served as the lone unifying theme throughout 15 years of experiments.

Circle Bros is in fact a one-man band, because Wim does everything. This ‘post-rock type of thing’ started late 1997 as a bedroom project. The current sound of Circle Bros was more or less created along with the tape “Seesaw”, where references to bands like Windy and Carl and Azusa plane were pretty clear, though Circle Bros songs are more structured like popsongs. Ambient, Shoegaze, Drones 22:00 - 22:30 V39

Citay (US)

Experimental, Heavy Metal 20:00 - 20:45 013 Kleine Zaal

Citay is a project from ex-Piano Magic man Ezra Feinberg and Tim Green from The Fucking Champs and The Nation of Ulysses. The band uses acoustic and electric guitars, electric bass, keyboards, drums, and other percussions. Citay’s sound includes guitar harmonies, long instrumental sections, and Beach Boys-like vocals, and has been described as psychedelic rock. Indie, Progressive rock, Psychedelic 17:00 - 17:45 013 Kleine Zaal


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Coco Bryce (NL) With Generation Bass you think foreign and exotic, but this does not have be true when it comes to the musicians. Coco Bryce, for instance, is from the Lowlands. Don’t let that fool you: his synth leads and bass lines with funk, r’n’b or soul-like rhythms create a stripped-down funky sound that won’t let you go. dubstep 00:00 – 01:00 V39 This performance is part of the Generation Bass program. More info on p.36

Daniel Haaksman (DE) DJ producer/journalist/label CEO Daniel Haaksman started his own Man Recordings in 2005. The label has since become the most prominent outlet for Brazilian baile funk in Europe. Man Recordings established artist collaborations between Brasil and Europe with names such as Crookers, Diplo, Count+Sinden, Bonde Do Role and many others. Baile Funk, House, Electro 01:00 – 2:00 V39 This performance is part of the Generation Bass program. More info on p.36

Dan Deacon (US) Electro ADHD-hipster Dan Deacon will perform a special show biological farm ‘t Schop in Hilvarenbeek as part of the Glocal-project. Before his show, the movie Dan Deacon shot with Jimmy Joe Roche will be shown. More info on page 108. Electronic, Experimental 21:00 – 22:30 Boerderij ‘t Schop

Darsombra (US) So you never heard of the guy? What else is new when you check the Incubate line-up? Darsombra is a one-man metal/noise/doom army. And then you might think: ‘Yeah but with a computer anyone can do that’. Well, yes, but he doesn’t use one. This is the real improvisation-loop deal. Funk, House, Electro, Ambient, Noise 19:45 - 20:30 V39

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Dj Umb (UK) Umb is short for Una Musica Brutàl, but if you’re lazy, you could also pronounce this as ‘jump’. People tend to do this a lot when he’s dj’ing, judging by the videos where he can be seen spinning on, for instance, Roskilde Festival. He is also one of the driving forces behind the infamous Generation Bass blog. Cumbia, Kuduro, Baile Funk, Bhangra 02:00 – 03:00 013 Batcave This performance is part of the Generation Bass program. More info on p.36


Eklin (NL) Dreamy drone which could be just as well serve as a soundtrack for a romantic movie as for a horror flick. Eklin’s music is pretty sweet but at the same time it vibrates something haunting. It has a happy kind of melancholy, poured into an almost folky triphop. And by the way: didn’t witches dance to this music around fires in Medieval times? Experimental 16:15 - 17:00 013 Batcave

Edgar Wappenhalter (BE) If the term ‘funeral folk’ rings a bell, you know what to expect: Belgian electronic sound experiments that most of the time result in sonic mayhem. Edgar plays in Sylvester Anfang II as well, but his solo outlet varies from lo-fi folk songs to tape/drone improvisations, and organ sounds with retarded pop songs à la Ariel Pink. Indie, Folk, Tapeloops, Experimental 21:00 - 21:30 V39


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Final (UK) Final is a project of Justin Broadrick, creator of the famous Godflesh. With Final he takes on a darker ambient drone sound. Heavily layered guitar feedback interlaced with electronic hisses and glitches. Not knowing for sure, but this just might be very loud. If you were at Marhaug’s mind-altering Incubate performance last year, you do not want to miss this either. Ambient, Electronic, Drone 22:30 - 23:30 NS16

Globalibre (DE) When it comes to finding new sounds in the global spectrum, Globalibre dj-team is definitely a force to reckon with! They consist of three excellent dj’s that play all over Europe and write for one of the best blogs from Germany on modern global music. Besides that they also release their own mixes and compilation albums under the ‘Globalibre’ label. All for your pleasure, ear-illumination and enjoyment! Cumbia 02:00 – 04:00 Studio

Gizmog (DE)

This performance is part of the Generation Bass program. More info on p.36

Hailing from Germany, Hamburg’s Gizmog is not only one, he was and is many. As Taprikk Sweezee he collaborated with Michael Fakesh, Mouse On Mars and Towa Tei. He also runs the label Zoikmusic. Like a dark wobbling grindstone bass scrubbing it down, Gizmog masterly manouvres between any type of modern bass music. Beneath all the shuffle and scrape, delay and destruction, lies a heart of soul and rough granular electro dirtyness that insitent repeats: dance if you can. Electronic, Glitch 22:00 – 23:00 Paradox This performance is part of the WOCCII program. More info on p.116


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Gunslingers (FR) Great experimental garagerock. That’s what Gunslingers stand for. They let the psychedelic garagerock and surf from the mid nineties totally revive. They’re mad. They’re insane. They’re unpredictable. They’re from France. Oh, and did we already tell you that Julian Cope is a big fan? Garage Rock 23:15 - 00:00 Kafee ‘t Buitenbeentje

I Am Oak (NL) I Am Oak is the creative output of Utrecht-based musician Thijs Kuijken. Warm and soothing songs with an acoustic guitar and vocal backbone, complemented with strategically placed layers of colorful vocal harmonies, banjo, bass, organ and minimalistic beats, are all carefully constructed in his room and played with passion live. Folk 19:00 - 19:45 Pauluskerk


Jakes (UK) Jakes is many things to many people. To some he is one of the big name MCs of the drum and bass world, to others he is one of the most talked about producers in dubstep. Never afraid to break from tradition and roll with his own flow, Jakes’ voice has become one of the most recognizable in the game and his energetic live performances see him travelling across the globe with his inimitable style. Dubstep 03:00 – 04:00 013 Batcave This performance is part of the Generation Bass program. More info on p.36

Kommissar Hjuler und Frau (DE) Kommissar Hjuler is a sound recordist and visual artist from Flensburg, Germany. His style is derived from neo dada, fluxus and art brut. Many of his recordings are done with his wife and sons. Serving as a police officer in his community, he considers spare time, art and family inseparable involvements. Weird, Experimental 22:30 -23:15 Weemoed

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Maths (UK)

MonkeyMarc (AS)

Maths are on a mission to make up for the serious lack of tuneful screamo bands in the UK. This bunch of young dogs is known for their epic and wellwritten rock, creating a wall of sound that exceeds every expectation of the basic line-up. Screamo 17:45 - 18:30 013 Batcave

Melbourne based eclectic electronic producer Monkeymarc is Australia’s one and only solar powered sampling warrior. Whilst spending most of his time writing music in his solar powered shipping container by day, at night he ventures out to test his subsonic tunes on local and international sound systems. Dub, Electronica 23:00 – 00:00 V39 This performance is part of the Generation Bass program. More info on p.36

Munchi (NL)


This half Dominican Republic/half Dutch wonderkid from Rotterdam is the most promising and prolific basshead of his generation, single-handedly putting moombahton (essentially a cross between reggaeton and (slowed down) Dutch house) on the map here in Holland. Moombahton, Kuduro, Dubstep, Cumbia 23:00 – 00:00 Paradox This performance is part of the WOCCII program. More info on p.116

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Mutant Newton (NL)


Nikoo (NL)

Mutant Newton is Opstelten and Abel, known for their crazy old school disco collections and edits, some of which actually get released again on vinyl! Expect old and nu disco with a positive vibe, the right music to kick off your weekend.

Imagine The Pains of Being Pure at Heart hooking up with Jay Reatard to take an overdose while making music. These new kids on the block from Eindhoven are all about noise-infused pop songs. With just one EP, they were already picked up by Pitchfork.


Shoegaze, Noise, Pop

22:00 – 00:00 studio

20:45 - 21:30 Cul de Sac


Oo is an

landstrumm (uk)

Instrument (NL)

Since 1994, Neil Landstrumm has been recording for some of the most influential labels in techno including Tresor, Planet Mu, Peacefrog, Mosquito and Sonic Groove. Scandinavia, his own techno and design imprint, enjoys worldwide recognition for being one of the few innovating labels. A true legend. Techno, Dubstep, Electronic 01:00 – 02:00 013 Batcave This performance is part of the Generation Bass program. More info on p.36

Bloem de Ligny is a Dutch musician and artist, who has released music under her own name, as well as a member of the bands Fono & Serafina and Polichinelle. Her image and vocal style have often been compared to Björk. She is also known under the names Bloem, Bloem de Wilde de Ligny and Serafina Ouistiti. Singer-songwriter 20:00 - 20:45 Weemoed

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P45 (UK) The power of P45 lies in his crescendos of layered texture, noise and resampled sampling. Combining the experimental dubstep trip of Vex’d, the industrial techno of Surgeon, the future glitch of Flying Lotus and the scattered experimental drum and bass of Amon Tobin. Dubstep, Techno 23:00 – 00:00 013 Batcave This performance is part of the Generation

Richard Youngs (UK) Richard Youngs is a very prolific and diverse experimental artist. He has been releasing and performing music since the early 80s, either solo or with a collaborator. One of his best works is the affecting album “Sapphie” (a lament for his dog). His recent high point must be his bass playing duties in concert with Jandek. experimental, Folk, Psychedelic 20:15 - 21:00 Pauluskerk

Bass program. More info on p.36

Run, WALK! (UK) Psychofagist (IT) Remember last year’s blistering performance of Zu on Roadburn? Luca T Mai returns once again with his extreme grind/jazz metal outfit called Psychofagist. The band’s music has been diagnosed with various mental disorders and psychotic diseases. Not for the weak at heart. Jazz, Grind, Metal 19:15 - 20:00 013 Batcave

Run, WALK! A two piece group made up of a drummer and a bass player driving a tune into your head like Britney Spears does! Tunes like ‘3,5,10’ are easily mosh pit floor fillers showing they are soon going to be the band you want someone to give you a nosebleed to! Hardcore, noise 22:00 - 22:45 Kafee ‘t Buitenbeentje

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Sabbo (IS) Sabbo is a producer and DJ from tel Aviv, Israel. Homie don’t play no trance though... It’s all dancehall and hiphop and global beats. Sabbo hit the charts a couple of times at home and has been playing abroad as well with the Soulico crew, but his first and main love is dancehall. Dancehall, hiphop 00:00 – 01:00 Paradox This performance is part of the Generation Bass program. More info on p.36


Skeletonwitch (US) Skeletonwitch is an American thrash metal band from Athens, Ohio. They are considered part of the “thrash revival” era along with Warbringer, Toxic Holocaust, and Municipal Waste. They share the aggression with the originators of the genre although the vocals are different and characteristically in the death metal/ black metal vein. Trash, Metal 22:15 - 23:00 Hall of Fame

Serena-Maneesh (NO) Incubate finally booked a band from India since Maneesh is the Hindu Lord of the Mind. Or is Serena-Maneesh from Norway since ‘Serena’ is an adaptation of the Norwegian word for veil? Yes, ‘Maneesh’ is a rewriting of the Norwegian word ‘manesje,’ which is the area around a stage. Can you believe they play New Wave? Shoegaze, New Wave, Rock 21:30 - 22:15 013 Kleine Zaal


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Sonido Martines (AR) Argentine figurehead of the South American cumbia scenes. In his dj mixes, Argentine and Colombian Cumbia meet Vallenato and Chicha, Dub hits upon electronic music, and Hip Hop gets married to Latin American street rhythms. He is a tireless seeker of lost vinyl records and remixer of Cumbia classics, shaking up the dancefloors with a wide selection of tropical music from all over Latin America. His DJ sets feature a wide array of vintage psychedelic cumbia and other tropical beat, almost doubling as history lessons. Cumbia, Chicha, Vallenato 20:00 – 21:00 Paradox This performance is part of the WOCCII program. More info on p.116

Switchblade (SW) Ultra heavy doom from Sweden! Props to the drummer who hits his drums hard exactly at the moment the snares are touched by the boys on guitar. The band doesn’t offer you album- or song titles on their latest album; only a bleak and dead atmosphere that shudder your body like a grizzly bear will do. Doom, Sludge 00:00 - 00:45 Little Devil

Terrible Eagle (US) Terrible Eagle was founded in 2007 by Brandon Davis (The Electric Set) and Ken Wiatrek (Kenconsumer).They produce psychedelic electronic rock music, or as Andy from the Ex says ‘Trance Rock’. Terrible Eagle is focused on exploring new methods for creation and performance of music. For the first time in the Netherlands! Noise, Rock 21:15 - 22:00 Weemoed

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saturday music program

The Cumbia

The Feeling Of

Cosmonauts (AS)

Love (FR)


Tropical space cowboys The Cumbia Cosmonauts are fast invading dancefloors all over this planet with their monumental fiesta sound from Latin America. Their music is futuristfolk, refined low-fi culture based on the raw Afro-Caribbean cumbia roots music of Colombia mixed with Central European instrumentation and Jamaican dub wizardry.

The Feeling Of Love is born in 2005 and bring back best of nineties-garageblues, cold punk psyche and Kraut without the stench of revisionism. Guitars alternately slide and keyboards get punched. They run blues-trash and kraut-punk through the gauntlet and come out the other side reborn as some snarling beast.


22:00 - 22:45 Cul de Sac

Garage, Blues, Punk, Rock

21:00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 22:00 Paradox This performance is part of the Generation Bass program. More info on p.36

The End of History? (UK) The End of History? features members of the awesome Jesus of Spazzareth. These men from the UK are more old school hardcore though. You know that includes D-Beat and up tempo old school metal/hardcore vibes all around with a punk attitude. Do you need more reasons to get wild? Hardcore, Punk 19:15 - 19:45 Little Devil

The Mean Jeans (US) The Ramones have probably surpassed the Beatles as the most imitated band on the planet. Mean Jeans began as a tribute to Ramones ripoff bands, but the Portland outfitâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s debut album, Are You Serious? (Dirtnap), sounds like these guys sneaked into Hollywood Forever Cemetery and smoked the ashes of Johnny and Dee Dee. A million bands go for this formula and fail, but Mean Jeans seem to have been injecting and snorting the formula for years. Punk 22:30 - 23:15 013 Batcave

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The Skull Defects (SW) The Skull Defekts archaic rock and no-roll machine and electronic bronze age drones leave few stones unturned. This is the sound of Neanderthal synth mumbling, buzzsaw-riffing, psych-disco and eerie feedback chants, as sexually tense as a jean zipper, ripping at the seams, ready to rupture. Avant garde, Rock 20:45 - 21:30 013 Batcave

This Will Destroy You (US) This Will Destroy You from San Marcos, Texas is about to blow your head of at this years Incubate. The post-rock formation from the States is respected as one of the best in its genre. With beautiful soundscapes, but also amps that go ‘till eleven, expect TWDY to give an impressive set. Post-rock 18:30 - 19:15 013 Kleine Zaal

Vanderbuyst (NL) The Dutch have a pretty good reputation regarding hardrock. Van Halen, Whitesnake, Vengeance and… ehhh Sleeze Beez are either from Holland, or had help from a Dutchie. Vanderbuyst dips in the same pool. Hardrock, Metal 18:30 - 19:15 Hall of Fame

Vanilla Riot (NL) Vanilla Riot is a contemporary intermedia group of improvisers (Holland, Norway, Slovenia) that have been active in numerous kinds of settings touring through Europe and the U.S. The music moves from particle improv to electronic eruptions, and consist of organized pieces that derive from improvisations. Jazz, Electronica, Rock, Experimental, Metal 20:45 - 21:30 Kafee ‘t Buitenbeentje

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Warbringer (US) The time thrash metal was frequented by mullet wearing guys in tight jeans and patches on their denim jackets are gone. Warbringer is not a tongue-incheek act, but a viable and deadly force looking to continue driving and perfecting the sound that so many thought had died in the early ‘90s. And so they became one of the coolest metal bands around. Trash, Metal 21:00 - 21:45 Hall of Fame

Windmill (UK) Windmill is Matthew Thomas Dillon, a wide eyed but insular songwriter fueled by imagination and displacement anxiety. Often compared to some of the greats of 90’s American indie but also rightly recognized as being uncompromisingly individual. Indie 23:15 - 00:00 Cul de Sac


Wino (acoustic) (US) Active since 1976, Wino is best known for being the front man and guitarist of the influential doom metal bands The Obsessed and Saint Vitus. His raw and deep vocals in Saint Vitus, as well as his guitar work in The Obsessed and his projects Spirit Caravan and The Hidden Hand, made him a big personality in the metal scene and one of the most influential vocalists/guitarists in the doom metal genre overall. Today he will play an exclusive acoustic set. He will also perform on Sunday as part of an exclusive project called Premonition. Acoustic, Singer-songwriter, Doom 21:30 - 22:15 Pauluskerk

Year of the Flood (UK) Epic D-Beat/Hardcore based loosely on the books of Margaret Atwood and Aldous Huxley. We’re spreading the word that the human race is bringing our downfall with its arrogance. Featuring ex-members of Jesus of Spazzareth, Blood Divided and Dead on a Rival. Hardcore 20:30 - 21:00 Little Devil

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Barn Burner (CA)

Harsh and experimental noise from London, that’s BBBlood. Once described by Bizarre magazine as “Tinnitusinducing Insanity, like being vomited on by some angry digital god. The only way to appease him is to drill holes in your brain, record it, and play the sounds to a roomful of very small children.” Need we say more?

From Montreal comes one of the most killer riff machines this side of the 3 headed love child of Iron Maiden, Thin Lizzy and Fu Manchu. Barn Burner have been cruising around Canada over the past few years spreading their love of the riff, good times and are ready to spread their beard encrusted rock to the rest of the world.

Noise, Harsh Noise

Hardrock, Classic Rock

17:45 - 18:30 V39

15:30 - 16:15 Little Devil

Bachelorette (NZ) Bachelorette is the solo delivery vehicle for New Zealand based home recording tinkerer Annabel Alpers, with a little help from Andrea Holmes (ex Fang) and Mick Elborado. Bachelorette features a collection of vintage synthesizers, drum machines, real drums, bass, guitars and more. In the end it comes out as some kind of weird vocal layered electro synth pop – with a hint of country thrown in for good measure. Synth pop, Indie 18:45 - 19:30 Cul de Sac

Basshaters (US) (Ex-)members of Caroliner, Flying Luttenbachers, Gowns, Usurp Synapse, & Ettrick using double bass, drums and electronics to integrate acoustic free improv and electronic noise. The duo seeks directness and intensity in execution; subtleties emerge from the bold statement of simple ideas. Improv, Noise 15:30 - 16:00 V39

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Believo! (BE) Fine, fine music from Belgium. While the critics are still arguing if Believo! make indie, posthardcore, or powerpop, we say: what the hell? As long as these Belgian guitarheroes keep on playing their exciting songs, everyone has to see them. Pixies, Sonic Youth, Hüsker Dü and At The Drive-in have new soulmates. Believe it or not. Indierock, Powerpop 17:00 - 17:30 Kafee ‘t Buitenbeentje


Cheapmachines (UK) Philip Julian has been an active part of the experimental music underground since the late 1990’s recording numerous works under the name Cheapmachines. Studio recordings and live performances within Europe and North America have focused on the use of analogue electronics (particularly analogue synthesizer, feedback, contact microphones, objects and surfaces) and computer based works. Ambient, Drones, Noise

Blind To Faith (BE) Established late 2008, Blind To Faith is a vehicle for pure, unadulterated metal punk. Stripped down to the very core and essence, Blind To Faith wears its influences on its sleeve: Discharge, Repulsion, Celtic Frost, Eyehategod, Darkthrone, Today Is The Day… to name a few. This band by members of Rise and Fall, Amen Ra, Reproach and Nabbe the Bastard offer its art as real as it gets: lawless, violent and pure. Sludge, Punk, Metal, Hardcore 18:00 - 18:45 Little Devil

17:15 -18:00 Paradox This performance is part of the WOCCII program. More info on p.116


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City Boys (DE)

Cyaneed (NO)

City Boys is an awesome synth-pop duo with a twist. Operating from Berlin, they’re ready to throw a party where you’ll dance wildly! You may know one of the guys, Stefan, from his solo project Cccandy. Good music for laidback moods in a retro electronic pop vibe...

Pretty girls playing poppy punk, like a mix of last year’s Incubate artists Pintandwefall and Masshysteri. We expect this gig to run out of control and them tearing down the place, as these other bands mentioned did. Just the way it should be. Party music for party people.

Synth, Pop, Electronic

Pop, Punk, Rock

18:45 - 19:30 Weemoed

16:15 - 17:00 Cul de Sac

Cold Pumas (UK) If you like Health, A Place To Bury Strangers and the likes, like we do, it is likely that you’ll like Cold Pumas as much as we like them. Already 1,175 people like this. Be the first of your friends to like them. Noise, Rock 17:30 - 18:15 Cul de Sac


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Damien Jurado (US) The music of Damien Jurado may very well be the most beautiful music you’ll hear this Incubate. He uses a lot of folk elements in his singersongwriter style, which creates a rather nostalgic atmosphere. His strangely familiar sounding voice and the rather prominent use of percussion are just two of the aspects that make this music rise high above the average singersongwriter. This is a solo concert in the church. Singer-songwriter, Folk, Americana 16:45 - 17:30 Pauluskerk

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Die Weisse Rose (DK) More than mere concerts, Die Weisse Rose’s performances should been seen as elaborate rituals, where element such as uniforms, burning torches, snippets of old schlägers, segments from documentary films and philosophical proclamations are carefully interwoven by orgies of electronic sounds, violins, accordion and drum beating like a military parade gone terrible astray. Kim Larsen (:Of the Wand & the Moon:) and John Murphy (Shining Vril and live member of Di6, Whitehouse, Der Blutharsch) will be strengthening this live ritual. Dark, Folk, Martial 15:00 - 15:45 013 Kleine Zaal

show (NL) Kiki plays in Malle Pietje and The Bimbos but this is her somewhat more acoustic side-project. Expect weird humor, weird outfits, weird songs and more weirdness. Kiki likes animals, and that’s what her songs are about most of the time. You like animals too, so you’ll be at her gig. Singer-songwriter, Heavy Metal, Crunk 19:30 - 20:15 Kafee ‘t Buitenbeentje

Dracula Lewis (IT) Space-psych-horror, lo-fi aggressive electronics with weird field recordings but also a spacey melodic sweet sound that came up from this maelstrom. Everything done with a guitar, broken mixer, open mic and some effects. Dracula Lewis is one of the best hidden deep dark secrets from Europe; he spent long time traveling all over the world and is now releasing a split LP with Ducktails. Drones, Lo-fi, Psychedelic 21:00 - 21:30 Paradox

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El-G (FR) We don’t know a lot about El-G, aka French pop weirdo Laurent Gerard, other than he’s supposed to be sort of like a twisted modern day Serge Gainsbourg. Is this accurate? That’s really not that far off the mark; he even has a female foil to further cement the Gainsbourg comparison. Mix in some Animal Collective weirdness, some Kemialliset foresty folk, and you’d be getting close. Pop, Experimental 18:00 - 18:30 Kafee ‘t Buitenbeentje

Fair Ohs (UK) It does not sound like them, but Fair Ohs has that same ‘happy crazy surf summer energy’ as Animal Collective has. Ideal music for remembering those nice holidays that now seem to be so far away already. It does not matter how dark the venue might be, Fair Ohs brings sunshine disguised as music. Indie 17:15 - 18:00 013 Batcave

Full Blast Peter Brötzmann (DE) Peter Brötzmann is a German artist and free jazz saxophonist and clarinetist. Brötzmann is among the most important European free jazz musicians. His rough, lyrical timbre is easily recognized on his many recordings. Since 1997 he has toured and recorded regularly with the trio Full Blast. Now it’s time to give Incubate that sonic blast! Freejazz, Free Jazz 18:00 - 19:00 013 Kleine Zaal

Gadget (SW) “I was fed up with playing in bands without substance. I was fed up with being in just one of those other projects that disappear after a couple of months. I was fed up with the shallow lyrics and the focus on ‘cool’ instead of ‘honest’ or even ‘good.’ I wanted to play grind/ metal with something more to offer ”, said Gadget main man William Blackmon. The band signed to Relapse shortly later… Grindcore 20:30 - 21:15 Little Devil

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Great Ancestors (UK) Great Ancestors are bonafide. Out of the gate. Playing shows. Recording songs. Doing stuff. Yelling, scrapping, having a ball. The songs sound how they sound. Which is pleasant. Great Ancestors like old Valve amps, and they especially like Selmers and Fender Bassmans. They like Telecaster guitars, even shitty ones. Sometimes, they break strings. And sometimes, they even replace said strings. Post punk 17:15 - 18:00 NS16


Hallogallo 2010 plays NEU! music It will make up for a long, long list, if you want to sum up all projects and collaborations of Michael Rother since 1971: Kraftwerk, NEU!, Brian Eno, Herbert Groenemeyer, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Omar Rodriguez-Lopez (Mars Volta), John Frusciante... With his new project Hallogallo 2010, Rother will start performing selected concerts around the world. Steve Shelley (Sonic Youth), Benjamin Curtis (School of Seven Bells) and Aaron Mullan (Tall Firs) will join him playing the music that inspired acts like David Bowie, Radiohead and Joy Division. Krautrock, Experimental 21:15 - 22:45 013 Kleine Zaal

Hang The Bastard (UK)

great ancestors

Hang The Bastard was formed in the Summer of 2007 by Chris and Sam, previously of ‘On The Attack’, with the idea to create something completely new and different. Influences of hardcore, old school rock and doom meant there was never one specific genre to follow – no rules! The result? A sound like building a hardcore moshpit in the swamps of sludge metal! Hardcore, sludge 16:45 - 17:30 Little Devil

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Horacio Pollard (UK) London based noise musician Horacio Pollard is a master in machinegun drumming, power electronic feedback shred and guttural outpouring. His shows are intense and spontaneous, often using just a mic and a large guitar amp. “Hardly any structure, no melodies, shortish, extra loud with some uncomfortable silences and an abrupt ending”, is what mister Pollard has promised us to give at Incubate 2010. Noise 16:30 - 17:15 V39

Imaad Wasif (US) Imaad Wasif is a singer, guitarist and songwriter who has played with Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Lou Barlow’s The New Folk Implosion and whose music combines elements of both folk and rock music. Wasif’s music has been described as “unbelievably intense with sparkling, raga-influenced guitar and a mystic bent”. Psychedelic, Rock, Folk 20:00 - 20:45 Cul de Sac

Invasion (UK) It’s a fact: all the best metal is about wizards and magic. Having become disillusioned with the technical, overproduced and samey metal of the last decade, Invasion fell upon their own brand of wizard metal. Out would go the pointless solos and fake macho posturing and in would come classic riffing and maximum heaviosity. Invasion brings us more “Spine Of God” era Monster Magnet and “Masters of The Universe” era Hawkwind than anything else. Metal, Stoner 19:45 - 20:30 NS16

Jason Urick (US) With ghosted, fragmented melodies and distorted tones Jason Urick is taking ideas, lets them unfurl, and watches them burn slowly into extended soundscapes. Fans of Mountains, Lithops, David Daniell, Douglas McCombs and Lokai should definitely check this out! Experimental, Soundscapes 19:45 -20:30 Paradox This performance is part of the WOCCII program. More info on p.116

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Kaya King (UK)


Kodiak (DE)

Kaya King is a noise/free rock duo from London, consisting of Kaya and Mari. Kaya & Mari will pound your ears either way, so thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s no escaping. They bring the muthafucking ruckus live everywhere they go, even at Incubate 2010! Noise, Free Rock 16:30 - 17:00 Sounds

A three piece German band that resides somewhere in between funeral drone and doom metal. Their concept can best be described as a mixture of monolithic compositions and expressionistic poems. Expect long monotonous buildups working towards scarce eruptions of disembarrassment and hope. Doom, Sludge 16:00 - 16:45 NS16

Laser Poodle (NL) In 2007, Fyoelk played Incubate (when it was still called ZXZW). This year he returns with Laser Poodle. The Amsterdam based duo has a minimal approach to music with lots of electronics. Great stuff for the Nintendo generation. kaya king

Electronic 15:30 - 16:00 Sounds

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Les Trucs (DE)

Oranssi Pazuzu (FI)

Tobi (Antitainment) and Charlotte (The Latah Movement) thrive on an 8-bit sound. It takes a few laptops and a shitload of synths to produce their electronic hardcore. The gaming community got to know Les Trucs when they played the Games Convention in Leipzig. The Incubate crowd is next.

A taste of Norwegian black metal mixed up with Finnish kraut-psychedelia. Oranssi Pazuzuâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s sound is highly visual and atmospheric, embracing the dark corners of space and mind. Their influences range from Darkthrone, via Electric Wizard to Pink Floyd.

Electronic, 8 bit

19:15 - 20:00 Little Devil

Black Metal, Krautrock, Psychedelic

16:15 - 17:00 Weemoed

Moon Unit (UK) Moon Unit is the new band of Ruaraidh, better known as Nackt Insekten. Psychedelic affairs and deep buzzing drones are propelled by an awesome drummer and keyboard player, creating an extra hypnotic touch to the already deep, swarming music. Psychedelic, Drone 20:00 - 20:45 V39

Part Chimp (UK) Why play normal rock music when you can find ways to create twice the impact? Part Chimp have a reputation for sounding extremely loud. Cacophonic noise and amps going all the way up to twelve urge even their biggest fans to bring earplugs. Noise Rock, Metal 16:30 - 17:15 013 Kleine Zaal

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Plants and Animals (CA) When your full length debut is nominated for Canada’s prestigious Polaris Prize and JUNO Awards (2008), you’re doing something right. From their times as high school friends, rock band Plants And Animals took a few years to experiment with songwriting, resulting in songs that stick. Indie

Premonition (US) There’s no stopping Wino. Known for his work in Saint Vitus, The Hidden Hand, The Obsessed and many other acts, he found the time right for a jam band. There are no recordings. No songs. Everything is created live. This is one of two exclusive shows in Europe. Do not miss it. Drones, Doom 15:45 -16:30 013 Batcave

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Raymond Dijkstra & Pokemachine (NO) The joint efforts of Mat Pogo (Jealousy Party) and Anders Hana (Morthana, Noxagt, Ultralyd, Jaga Jazzist, Crimetime Orchestra), who’s main goal is total freedom. Their music boils down to two simple qualifications: loud and abrasive. Noise, rock 19:00 - 19:45 V39

Af Ursin (NL) Raymond Dijkstra is creating music with unusual objects such as scraped household objects. His expressionistic music should be regarded as a physical act. With Af Ursin making structured improvisations on a variety of old acoustic and electric instruments this event will be a free form of unexpected noises and styles. Noise, Experimental 18:30 -19:15 Paradox This performance is part of the WOCCII program. More info on p.116

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Robert Hampson (UK) Robert Hampson is an English musician, known primarily as a guitarist and was a founding member of Main and Loop. Hampson was a member of Godflesh for a while, touring with the band and appearing on their 1992 release Pure. Today he is working with tape loops and subtle electronic music. Electronic, Experimental 20:30 -21:15 013 Batcave

Shaking Godspeed (NL) These three Dutchies are fine young men in the prime of their lives who bring you some real exciting music. The band has a love for putting a savvy twist on simplicity, this results in music where you can shake to, in many different shapes and forms that is. This year they released their first 12” and now ready to dominate Incubate. Garage, Punk, Blues

Sewn Leather & DJ Dog Dick (US) Sewn Leather & Dj Dog Dick mix some Ol’Dirty Bastard raps with harsh noise. They’re funky. They’re weird. They’re your favorite hip hop weirdo’s. Noise, Avantgarde, R&B, Hip Hop 17.30 - 18.00 Sounds

21:15 -22:00 Cul de Sac

Six Organs of Admittance (US) Freefolk guitarist Six Organs of Admittance will perform a special music piece in which the little Mary Chapels in the region of Tilburg serve as inspiration. This performance is part of the Glocal project. More info on the Glocal pages: 106. Psych folk, Psychedelic, Folk 19:30 -20:30 Pauluskerk

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Sonne Hagal (DE) Sonne Hagal is an experimental neofolk group formed in Brandenburg, Germany. Layered guitars and a sweet succulent voice pull you in and spit you out – gently. On their website they are linking towards Death in June, Coil and others. Connoisseurs already have marked Sonne Hagal on their timetables. Neofolk, Dark, Acoustic 18:00 -18:45 Pauluskerk

Stanley Brinks (FR) Stanley Brinks is the new identity of André Herman Düne, original member of the Herman Düne trio. He also recorded and played shows in Europe, the UK and the US under various other names: Ben Dope, Ben Haschish, Klaus Bong, John Trawling, John Andreas and Lord Stanislas. Now based in Berlin, he’s mostly recording and playing as a solo act. Indie, Singer-songwriter, Anti-folk 15:30 -16:15 Pauluskerk

Spy Catcher (UK) Incubate = New Bands! Spy Catcher was just three months old and already sounding like a prospect according to Kerrang. Frontman Steve Sears was formerly in Cry For Silence and bassist Stuart Gili-Ross is better known for his day job in Gallows. They are combining the low end swagger of QOTSA with the tunefulness of Rival Schools. Rock, Punkrock 15:00 -15:45 Cul de Sac

TG (FR) TG is a French solo lo-fi folk/ experimental project. He recently released some great records on Lexi Disques from Belgium. On this tour the ubiquitous and deliciously entertaining Laurent Gérard aka “Él-G” is joining TG. If that don’t convince you we tell you TG also plays in psych-noise band Lubriphikatttor. Lo-fi, Folk, Acoustic 18:30 -19:00 kafee ‘t Buitenbeentje

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The Drip Dry Man


and the Dirty

helikopter (NL)

Hellhounds (UK) This is a Welsh act that will blow the roof off with his unique sound of full-on-dirty-nasty-one-man-swampblues. He sounds more like he comes from the swamplands of the American Deep South. The gorgeously corrupt blues album “This is Primitive” paints Nick Cave, Tom Waits, Jon Spencer and Howlin’ Wolf at their bluesy-best. Blues, Rock 17:30 -18:15 Weemoed

The Rott Childs (BE) Out of the ashes of Rock ‘n Roll band extraordinaire El Guapo Stuntteam, The Rott Childs arises. Together with members of Rise and Fall and Mauro, this surely is a Belgian super group. Relentless rock ‘n roll, right in your face. Rock ‘n Roll 18:30 -19:15 NS16

Groningen has a great history of rock ‘n roll and punkbands. Of course, that isn’t weird when you have a club like Vera. Traumahelikopter plays in the vein of Black lips, The Oblivians and Mudhoney. Er gaat niets boven Groningen! Punk 16:00 -16:30 Kafee ‘t Buitenbeentje

Zombie Zombie (FR) Influenced by Krautrock (e.g., Can, Neu!) as well as horror soundtracks (e.g., Goblin, John Carpenter), Zombie Zombie is a French indie electronic duo with a penchant for vintage synthesizers. So they’re very excited to open for Hallogallo. Krautrock 19:45 -20:30 013 Kleine Zaal

NOv. 18th - 28th 2010 kLOkgEbOuw EXPO ART



EindhOvEn (nL)




UNDERWORLD J贸nsi / Chris Cunningham / and many more... EXPO: Special guest Lawrence Malstaf

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Brabant is a rural province of The Netherlands. It’s considered mostly as an agricultural province. Glocal uses the unique aspects of Brabant, the countryside, the people, the gemoedelijkheid, for one-off and site-specific projects. The combination of hyperlocal surroundings and international artists in a community scale area not only creates great art. It also creates great social connections. Last year folk band Wardruna played an amazing performance in Nature Theatre Oisterwijk. This year we will take things a bit further by not only using the Nature Theatre but also the rural surroundings of Tilburg and the province of Brabant to stage performances. Ease back at a farm, Mary chapels and the beautiful surroundings, cause, like we would say: “’t Leven is goed in m’n Brabantse land.”

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jeroen doorenweerd: Ghost Performance If you were at the Health-performance at deAffaire festival in Nijmegen, you could see somebody filming the performance of the LA-noiserockers. This was Jeroen Doorenweerd. He uses this footage to create his new piece of art called “Ghost Performance.” With beamers, Doorenweerd creates a virtual space in which visitors can visit places

and see performances they would never be able to see in real life. It’s like you were actually at that healthperformance on the 18th of July 2010. Dutch Artist Jeroen Doorenweerd is the son of a skipper. As a child he roamed the rivers of The Netherlands and Belgium. Landscape and movement within that landscape has always been an integral part of his art. Ghost Performance will also be travelling across the province later in the year.

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Friday, 17th of September Saturday, 18th of September Sunday, 19th of September 21:00 @ Perron 58

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Six Organs Of Admittance Six Organs of Admittance is the primary musical project of guitarist Ben Chasny. Chasnyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s music is largely guitar-based and is often considered new folk; however it includes obvious influences, marked by the use of drones, chimes, and eclectic percussive elements. He records albums for Drag City and Holy Mountain, among other labels. Chasny is also a member of the psychedelic band Comets on Fire, and has working relationships with

Badgerlore, Current 93, Magik Markers, Devendra Banhart, Sunn O))), and many others. His musical landscapes can be as warm as a summer afternoon, or as beautiful as a winter landscape. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s what you prefer. During the month of June, Ben Chasny visited little chapels by the side of country roads in the surroundings of Tilburg: the so called Mary Chapels. He drew inspiration from those visits to write new material for Six Organce of Admittance. During his performance in the Pauluskerk on Sunday, he will also play this new piece of music.

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Sunday, 19th of September 19:30 - 20:30 @ pauluskerk

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Black Mountain An ancient amphitheater in a rural surrounding, one of the most picturesque forests of the province of Brabant, and the roaring guitars of Canadian rock band Black Mountain will be the ingredients to a psychedelic experience at Incubate you won’t soon forget! Ever since their first self-titled album on vibrant indie rock label Jagjaguwar in 2005, Black Mountain has gained a large following among fans of indie, stoner, prog and psychedelic 70’s rock worldwide. Drawing on blues, psychedelica, acid rock and folk alike, their dark but trippy sound convinced not only fans but also received raving

reviews from the music press, including Pitchfork’s prestigious Best New Music tag. Their second album ‘In the Future’ resonates with the same epic ring that made their debut album an instant classic. The album shows the evolution and versatility of the band, seamlessly playing short folk-pop songs along with driving modern rock masterpieces, with the seventeen-minute rock opus ‘Bright Lights’ as an absolute highlight. Black Mountain’s brand new third album ‘Wilderness Heart’ was only released this week and already promises to be of at least as much impact as its predecessors. >

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110 glocal black mountain > Not only does Black Mountain appeal to both fans and press with their heavy and hybrid sound, the band can also count high-profile musicians such as Wayne Coyne of the Flaming Lips and Jon Buckland of Coldplay among their fans. The latter even took them on tour with them through Canada and the U.S., which saw Black Mountain playing in arena’s for thousands of people.

This very special performance of Black Mountain will be open for everyone with an Incubate 2010 day ticket for Friday and of course the Incubate 2010 passepartouts. Bus rides to the nature theater will cost € 3,-. More info on the bus rides on next page. You can also get there by own transportation.

Black Mountain’s performance at the Natuurtheater in Oisterwijk will be an exclusive experience you’ll never forget. The open space and green surroundings give this theater a unique and magical atmosphere in its own right. One can only imagine what magic will happen when unleashing the spotlights and the heavy spiritual sounds of Black Mountain into this exceptional theatre and forest.

Friday, 17th of September 22:30 - 00:00 @ Natuurtheater Oisterwijk

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Busses to Black Mountain AT Natuurtheater Oisterwijk Incubate will arrange busses from the Tilburg city centre to the Natuurtheater in Oisterwijk. The bus stop will be the parking lot alongside the Spoorlaan, on the crossing with the Heuvelring, facing the ABN Amro building. That is just a 5 minute walk from the Ticket & Info Center, Nieuwlandstraat 34, 5038 SN, Tilburg and about 2-3 minutes from most of the Incubate venues. See page 115 for a map that highlights this bus stop. Bus ride 1 from Tilburg to Natuurtheater: 20.00 Bus ride 2 from Tilburg to Natuurtheater: 21.30 Show Black Mountain: 22.30 - 00.00 Bus ride 3 from Natuurtheater back to Tilburg: 00.15 Bus ride 4 from Natuurtheater back to Tilburg: 01.00


Tickets for the bus rides (3 Euros for a return ticket) must be bought in advance at the Incubate Ticket & Info Center. See page 115 for more info.

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Dan Deacon & Jimmy Joe Roche While in residency at the Incubate Festival, musician Dan Deacon and filmmaker Jimmy Joe Roche have collaborated on a new piece of video art. Deacon and Roche interweave the aesthetics of the Baltimore DIY underground, American pop, the rich beauty and history of Dutch culture and their own mental labyrinths, into a surrealistic narrative. They have created a film that is a melting pot of experimental performance and sound - quiet beauty - fantasy and (a little) social commentary. Expect a choir, AK47’s, a church organ, fire, smoke and weird costumes. Tilburg and its

surroundings weren’t safe during the shoot in the first two weeks of August. They had a lot of crazy ideas. And a lot of them made it in the film. Dan Deacon is a Baltimore, Marylandbased electronic music composer/ performer. Influenced by artists like Devo, Talking Heads, Scratch Orchestra, Raymond Scott, and Conlon Nancarrow, Deacon played in many bands, including tuba for Langhorne Slim and guitar in the improvisational grind core band Rated R. Dan Deacon’s compositional style is best classified as in the future shock genre along with Santa Dads, Blood Baby, Ecstatic Sunshine, Ponytail, and other bands in the growing Baltimore music scene. His electro is equally as

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Dan Deacon & Jimmy Joe Roche glocal 113 hyperactive as it is danceable. Deacon is famed for his live shows. When playing solo he performs on floor level within the audience, his musical devices being set up on a low table, and surrounded by the crowd. Jimmy Joe Roche is an American visual artist and underground filmmaker. His videos have been screened internationally in different museums and festivals. Recently his music video for Deacon’s “Crystal Cat” was featured on the front page of YouTube, gathering over a million views. But next to working with long time collaborator Dan Deacon, Roche has also worked with the Academy Awardwinning filmmaker Jonathan Demme (director of Silence of the Lambs), most recently acting in the film Rachel Getting Married. In 2006 he shot and edited the Neil Young “Heart of Gold: Behind the Scenes” featurette, and

in 2003 he worked with Demme to create the journal for Corporal Melvin in the Paramount film the Manchurian Candidate. After the screening of the movie of Dan Deacon and Jimmy Joe Roche, there will be a performance by Dan Deacon. This very special performance of Dan Deacon in Boerderij ‘t Schop will be open for everyone with an Incubate 2010 day ticket for saturday and of course the Incubate 2010 passepartouts. Bus rides to the Boerderij ‘t Schop will cost € 3,-. More info on the bus rides on next page. You can also get there by own transportation.

saturday, 18th of September 21:00 – 22:30 @ Boerderij ‘t Schop Hilvarenbeek

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Busses to Dan Deacon Film premiere & show AT Boerderij ‘t Schop Hilvarenbeek Incubate will arrange busses from the Tilburg city centre to Boerderij ‘t Schop in Hilvarenbeek. The bus stop will be the parking lot alongside the Spoorlaan, on the crossing with the Heuvelring, facing the ABN Amro building. That is just a 5 minute walk from the Ticket & Info Center, Nieuwlandstraat 34, 5038 SN, Tilburg and about 2-3 minutes from most of the Incubate venues. See next page for a map that highlights this bus stop. Bus ride 1 from Tilburg to ‘t schop: 19.30 Bus ride 2 from Tilburg to ‘t schop: 20.30 Screening & show Dan Deacon: 21:00 - 22:30 Bus ride 3 from ‘t schop back to Tilburg: 23.00 Bus ride 4 from ‘t schop back to Tilburg: 00.00


Tickets for the bus rides (3 Euros for a return ticket) must be bought in advance at the Incubate Ticket & Info Center. See next page for more info.

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Tickets and wristbands foR Black Mountain and Dan Deacon If you are planning to go directly to the Natuurtheater (Black Mountain) or Boerderij ‘t Schop (Dan Deacon) instead of picking up your wristband at the Ticket & Info Center: That’s OK. You can either buy a day ticket or exchange a day ticket you bought in advance at the venue. We will not sell or exchange Passepartout tickets at the venue’s doors. If you’d like to buy a Passepartout, or want to exchange your Passepartout for a wristband, you must head to the Ticket & Info Center in the Tilburg city centre.

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The two leading alternative venues in Holland will be curating the Paradox venue at this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Incubate. WORM from Rotterdam and OCCII from Amsterdam will host the week program at the Paradox venue together. Combining the strengths of their network and the multi disciplinary focus of their organization, these venues and their respective artistic leaders will put together a piece of their history and contemporary views, both artistically and socially. Worm is the incubator for DIY-culture in Rotterdam. Worm organizes concerts, movies, workshops, master classes, festivals and different events. Next to that they have a movie working place, a sound studio, a shop and a very fast digital platform (WORM. station). They stimulate and help different productions like Dutch programs about national and international festivals and media publications. The OCCII (Onafhankelijk Cultureel Centrum In It) is a venue for independent performances in Amsterdam. Their aim is to provide a stage and hospitality for noncommercially touring bands and to select the freshest sounds of the DIY underground. The organization is mostly run by volunteers and has its roots in the squatting movement. Next to the concert hall, thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a vegan restaurant (called MKZ), the Anarchist library, theatre for children (Kinderpret), a bike workshop (Farafina), a sauna (Fenomeen), rehearsal studios and Art work spaces plus a big courtyard with a garden.

The whole week @ Paradox

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occii poster expo Ever since the beginning the program of OCCII was announced with mostly handmade posters: xeroxed, silkscreened, but also a lot of experimental offset printing in the early years. During the time of Incubate a big part of the poster archive will be shown in the small room of the Paradox. Drop by and have a peak into the history of the OCCII.

wormshop The whole WOCCII-week, WORMâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s outlet, the, is on the spot. Check out their sharp collection for Incubate: Electronic music, avant-rock, improv, sound art, noise, avant-garde. Experimental film, cult, animation, documentaries. Books & magazines on music, film, sonology, activism, underground & pirate culture, DIY, art & media. Electronic music boxes!

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OCCII poster expo and Wormshop Monday 13th till Sunday September 19th 20:00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 00:00 @ Paradox

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MONDAY 20:00 – 20:45 Pamelia Kurstin & Seb Rochford Bio on page 57 21:15 – 21:45 Moemlin Bio on page 56 22:15 – 23:00 Monotonos Bio on page 57

tuesday 20:00 – 21:00 Neon Indian Bio on page 59 22:00 – 00:00 Bongo A Bang Bang! Bio on page 58

Wednesday Afternoon: OCCII’s Kinderpret: Children’s afternoon OCCII’s Kinderpret is a weekly Wednesday in OCCII where children can enjoy theater and workshops. Creativity, fantasy, art and experiment are very important. But FUN is the most important 14:30 interactive adventure theater with De Landbouwers Kids will board the pirate ship to gather stuff you need to become a real pirate and learn how to make music and visuals like a real pirate! Aaaaarrrrgg Matey! 16:00 Piratedisco with DJ Barbabob DJ Barbabob will be spinning the best piratetunes, and of course all other stuff you can dance to. 16:30 Lucky Dragons + Kids A music experiment where you can be a part of. Different objects and a very special installation make this an unforgettable performance. Later that evening, Lucky Dragons will give an ‘adult’ show in the Cul de Sac at 23:00. 17:00 Starpower Starpower consists of four boys in the age of 12 and 13. With their own music they will take you on a trip trough all styles and genres. Evening: 20:00 – 21:00 Driver & Driver Bio on page 60 22:00 – 23:00 Drowning Dog & Malatesta Bio on page 60

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Thursday 20:00 – 21:00 the Superusers Bio on page 63 22:00 – 23:00 The Dreams Bio on page 63

friday 20.00 - 20.45 Two Pin Din & Gw Sok Bio on page 75 21.00 - 21.30 Gud Er Kvinde Bio on page 68 22.00 - 22.45 Zounds Bio on page 75 23.05 - 23.55 Orchestre Tout Puissant Marcel Duchamp Bio on page 72

saturday 20:00 – 21:00 Sonido Martines Bio on page 88 22:00 – 23:00 Gizmog Bio on page 82 23:00 – 00:00 Munchi Bio on page 84

sunday 15:00 – 17:00 Wormradioworm Showcase With: Meri Nikula (FI), Olivier Nijs (NL), Tom Verbruggen (NL), The Static Tics (NL) and Tok Tek (NL) A two to three hour live radio play curated by the WORM soundstudio honchos with post, sub and pre- RadioWORM elements. Blurring the lines between fiction and reality, this showcase is a sparkly mixture of (un)intelligible, intrinsic radio blabber, profound statements and badly translated sayings from Dutch to English. This event is also part of ‘Geluidskunst in ‘t Groene Woud’. See with your own eyes how cool radio is made. 17:15 – 18:00 Cheapmachines Bio on page 93 18:30 – 19:15 Raymond Dijkstra & Af Ursin Bio on page 101 19:15 – 20:30 Jason Urick Bio on page 98 21:00 – 21:30 Dracula Lewis Bio on page 95

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During the Incubate festival, there are a lot of things to do in the city of Tilburg. All really cool, all really independent and in some cases really spontaneous.

Instores @ Sounds Record stores were you can find good vinyl, cheap CDâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, watch a band and drink beer are rare. Very rare. Meet Sounds: one of the best places to lose

your money. And during Incubate, you can also watch cool bands and drink cool beer.

Every day. 17:00 @ Sounds Meal deal Every day you can enjoy a meal (meat or veggie) plus a free beverage for only â&#x201A;Ź 12,50 at Gember & Sereh, a satayspecialized diner in on

Heuvel 3 (opposite Cul de Sac). You can enjoy a different meal every day with your incubate wristband.

Every day @ Gember & Sereh

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heavy metal bowling Bowling, whilst listening to heavy metal and drinking beer at the same time: Heavy Metal Bowling, this year on Thursday September 17th. A combination of the best of these three amazing worlds. To keep the

entertainment and the musical value high, DJ Patchman Spandex Marco will take place behind the turntables. He will take care to let it stay 1982 forever! (Well, at least for this night).

20:30 – 0:00 @ Dolfijn Bowling sorry, sold out! DJ’s @ Kingdom Skateshop In need of new sneakers? And in need of some good soulmusic. On Friday afternoon the DJ’s of Three Tower Soul

Club will provide the best tunes to buy a new outfit.

Friday, 17th of September. 16:00 @ Kingdom Skateshop, Telefoonstraat 47 Heavy Metal Karaoke Clear your throats with half a pint of beer and sing along to metal classics. Or just laugh at people who do.

In between, DJ Rooie Neger will provide the originals.

Friday, 17th of September, 00:30 – 04:00 Saturday, 18th of September, 00:45 – 04:00 @ Little Devil


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Le Guess Who? DJ Team Friday night you can dance to the best indie-tunes from the organizers of the best festival in The Netherlands (ok,

besides Incubate, that is): le Guess Who? in Tilburg.

Friday, 17th of September. 16:00 00:45 – 04:00 @ Cul de Sac Vera DJ team The coolest club in Groningen takes over the coolest club in Tilburg.

Saturday, 18th of September 00:00 – 04:00 @ Cul de Sac Skate contest and demo The best moves on a board with four wheels. In association with Kingdom

Skateshop, Incubate presents a Skate Contest and demo.

sunday, 19th of September 13.00 - 18.00 @ Koningsplein Street chalk Championship Street chalking isn’t only for kids! Incubate proves it with their annual Street Chalking Championship.

sunday, 19th of September 13.00 - 18.00 @ Koningsplein

Incubate got their heads refreshed. And so should you, you punks!

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friends Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a bunch of logoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s! The engagement of these partners helps us in presenting independent visions in the best way possible.


Major funders

Major sponsors

Media partners


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Creative partners


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ADDRESSES incubate ticket & info center

013 (Kleine Zaal & Batcave) Veemarktstraat 44

VVV Tilburg

5038 CV Tilburg

Nieuwlandstraat 34 5038 SN Tilburg

Argument Vertoningsruimte Korte Schijfstraat 17

Drinks, Incubate merchandise and

5038 SV Tilburg

free wifi available. Bibliotheek Tilburg Centrum Koningsplein 10 monday september 13th

5038 CV Tilburg

from 13:00 till 22:30 Boerderij â&#x20AC;&#x2122;t Schop tuesday september 14th

Esbeekseweg 2

from 13:00 till 22:30

5081 ED Hilvarenbeek

wednesday september 15th

Bowling Dolfijn

from 13:00 till 22:30

Ringbaan Oost 2a 5013 CA Tilburg

thursday september 16th from 13:00 till 22:30

Cul de Sac Heuvel 48

friday september 17th

5038 CS Tilburg

from 13:00 till 02:30 De NWE Vorst saturday september 18th

Willem II straat 49

from 13:00 till 02:30

5038 BD Tilburg

sunday september 19th


from 13:00 till 22:00

St. Josephstraat 133 5017 GG Tilburg

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Louis Bouwmeesterplein 1

Telegraafstraat 62

5038 TN Tilburg

5038 BM Tilburg

Hall of Fame


Sint Ceciliastraat 23

Heuvelstraat 141

5038 HA Tilburg

5038 AD Tilburg

Kafee â&#x20AC;&#x2122;t Buitenbeentje

Perron 58

Heuvel 15a

Gasthuisring 58

5038 CN Tilburg

5041 DT Tilburg

Little Devil


Stationsstraat 27

Spoorlaan 434a

5038 EA Tilburg

5038 CH Tilburg

Luycks Gallery


Nieuwlandstraat 31

Nieuwlandstraat 33

5038 SL Tilburg

5038 CH Tilburg

Midi Theater

Studio Tilburg

Heuvelring 108

Heuvel 7

5038 CL Tilburg

5038 CN Tilburg



Gemullenhoekenweg 147

Veemarktstraat 39

5062 SB Oisterwijk

5038 CT Tilburg



NS-Plein 16

Heuvel 12

5014 DA Tilburg

5038 CN Tilburg

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RENE HELL JONAS REINHARDT Time: All shows start at 21.00h Venue: Paradox, Telegraafstraat 62, Tilburg SOME INCUBATED 2011 SHOWDATES FOR IN YOUR AGENDA Thu 6 January - Thu 3 February - Thu 3 March

Incubate 2010 Festival Guide  
Incubate 2010 Festival Guide  

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