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    25 SEP | MICHEL AUDER AT DE HALLEN, HAARLEM

    Take a day trip to the ever-idyllic Haarlem this Friday and visit De Hallen's retrospective exhibition of renowned filmmaker Michel Auder.

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    25 SEP | NFF VIDEOCLIPS AT TIVOLIVREDENBURG, UTRECHT

    The Nederland Film Festival turns its lens to cinematic music this year, hosting a special session with acclaimed music video director Saman Kesh at TivoliVredenburg.

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    26 SEP | KLUB470 at GOETHE INSTITUT, AMSTERDAM

    The Goethe Institut opens its illustrious doors to Subbacultcha! members this Friday with performances by Berlin synth duo Cape and Bay Area folk Sonny & The Sunsets.

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    WE'RE LOOKING FOR INTERNS

    It's that time again, we're looking for a pair of new interns to start in October: one editorial, the other for promotion and marketing. Apply now!

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    news

    Got a pair of wheels, a few hours to spare each month and a good eye for local spots? We're looking for helping hands to expand our distro team in Tilburg, Eindhoven and Nijmegen. Find out more after the jump!


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    WE SAW YOUR ART | ARNAR ÁSGEIRSSON

    We spoke to visual artist Arnar Ásgeirsson about rubber mallets, the orbitofrontal cortex and crying on aeroplanes.


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    mp3 of the day

    Apparently you've got to hit us on the head with some tips before we really, well and truly, catch on. Fortunately for us, New York indie Cascine have come along to pick up the slack, releasing a three song single by Amsterdam-based song-writer Lo Sé. "Fantasma", and for that matter the entire release, is the kind of leftfield bedroom pop we can't get enough of no matter how often we're fed it. Dig in!

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    ARIEL PINK - PUT YOUR NUMBER IN MY PHONE

    In a distinctly absurdist fashion only Ariel Pink can truly muster, the video to "Put Your Number In My Phone" from his forthcoming 4AD release pom pom somehow manages to bridge the gap between the song's genuinely sweet lyrics and beautifully eccentric lunacy that is the artist himself. Indulge.

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