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Top ten for January from producer & DJ TIBASKO featuring Skream, Kiimi, Scuba, SWIM and more.

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TIBASKO are widely considered upcoming luminaries by dance music heavyweights. The duo is dubbed “ones to watch” and have been selected for ‘The Hot List’ by BBC Introducing. They appear on ‘Future Stars 2021’ by Pete Tong and were labelled as the ‘Emerging Artist for 2021’ by Billboard.

Their debut 2018 EP ‘Alma‘ has amassed over 1 million streams on Spotify and their release Icaro‘ has been rinsed by SiriusXM, BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra.

TIBASKO have also performed at infamous DJ venues such as The Cause, Queen’s Yard Summer Party, Creamfields, Motion Bristol, Detonate Festival and Poney Club.

Their first headline show took place at Cafe 1001, the same week that they released their latest techno hit ‘Hibiscus‘ via Another Rhythm, which came out on December 10th 2020.

Chart position: 1.

TIBASKO

Hibiscus

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Chart position: 2.

Kiimi

Lanzarote Howl

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Chart position: 3.

Scuba

Talaria

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Chart position: 4.

SWIM

Say Less

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Chart position: 5.

TIBASKO

Icaro

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Chart position: 6.

Skream

Instakord

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Chart position: 7.

Adam Pits

Variation 2

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Chart position: 8.

Daniel Joshua, Charles Oliver

Hivemind (Charles Oliver Remix)

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Chart position: 9.

Willaris. K

5 O'CLOCK

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Chart position: 10.

Gorgon City, Jem Cooke, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs

Dreams (Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs Remix)

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15th January, 2022

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