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    FREE EDDIE THE EAGLE FOR NEW MEMBERS

    Unstick yourself from history and travel to the future with Eddie The Eagle Museum's time capsule night at Tolhuistuin, Amsterdam, our giveaway for new members this week.

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    23 APR | EXCEPTER AT WORM

    Aural pioneers and noise pop eccentrics Excepter play the first of two Subba shows at WORM, Rotterdam. Free for Subbacultcha! members.

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    24 APR | EXCEPTER + BISMUTH AT OT301

    Two shows are better than one, so our noise pop veterans of the week Excepter make their second Subba appearance at OT301, Amsterdam. Free for Subbacultcha! members.

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    GAME: MAC DEMARCO SQUISH'EM

    Play our Mac DeMarco game. It's simple, just squish as many bugs as you can in 15 seconds. I bet you can't kill five of them! SQUISH'EM!


    MEMBER SPECIAL FOR FKA TWIGS

    Hey, remember that FKA Twigs show we announced last week that isn't free for Subbacultcha! members? Well, we've got something special for members...

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    Know what Subbacultcha! is all about and want to get more involved? We're looking for an intern to help out with the promotion and marketing side of the magazine and the website. Truly be part of something greater and apply now!


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    NEW FILMS | APRIL

    This month's New Film column explores two dark and brooding French (Canadian) films, Claire Denis' Les Salauds and Montreal wunderkind Xavier Dolan's Tom à la Ferme.


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    mp3 of the day

    Here at Subba HQ we've been constantly churning out the new LP from Sub Pop gem Chad VanGaalen like it's fending off the apocalypse. Now you can join us in our compulsive repetition and stream Shrink Dust in all its glory via Pitchfork Advance (click the photo above) ahead of its release on 29 April. There's oodles of moreishly strained vocal melodies from Mr. VanGaalen, Flaming Lips-grade treated drums and headily unwinding guitar and synth lines.

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    BEACHES - THE GOOD COMET RETURNS

    Melbourne psych stalwarts Beaches return with a video for one of the more understated tracks from their triumphant 2013 sophomore, She Beats. 'The Good Comet Returns' drawls its sunny instrumental (forgive us the cliché, but if this isn't sunny, what is?) for a suprisingly unhurried two and half minutes. The video plays more like a 'Making Of' with a nice filter, but that's fine with us.

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