TIBASKO share heartfelt bass-laden track ‘Still Rushing’

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Rising British electronic DJ / production duo TIBASKO return with Still Rushing / System Error, lifted from their forthcoming self-titled EP due this September via Another Rhythm. Watch the video for Still Rushing via YouTube below or listen on Spotify.

Drawing on a myriad on influences from techno, house and breaks. This ethos of discovery and experimentation firmly plants TIBASKO in the driving seat of modern, progressive creators. 

They say: “The name Still Rushing comes from the euphoric feeling we get on the dance floor from hearing a huge record that evokes many emotions. Setting limitations in our production is what is really inspiring us at the moment as this track shifts bpm’s throughout. We love to challenge ourselves as producers and ‘still rushing’ is testament to this. As fans of jungle and d&b music, we wanted to push the boundaries by creating a track that shifts the bpm vastly, going from 128bpm to 160bpm. The gorgeous vocals comes from our good friend and fellow artist, Julia Church – a lot of the vocals we’ve used in our previous tracks has actually come from her. She’s an incredibly talented artist, so we’re stoked to have her on Still Rushing.”

Confirmed for Snowbombing Festival (Austria), Hideout Festival (Croatia), Boardmasters (UK), Nass Festival (UK), Cultivate Festival (UK), Verve Festival (Switzerland), El Dorado Festival (UK), Fields Of Fantasy (UK) and Queens Yard Summer Party (UK), TIBASKO are on for an exciting UK/EU festival season.

They have also confirmed their debut USA tour for September this year, a staple moment in their touring journey as they look to solidify their place amongst the strongest emerging electronic music artists to be breaking out of the UK.

Focusing on their forthcoming EP until summer takes over, TIBASKO’s eclectic menagerie of styles promises further intriguing shifts in tone as they aspire to reach a deeper emotional connection with their audience.

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