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Tiabeanie, Mantravine and Himmat unite at Bisoux to melt tribal dance music with live instruments. Beware that the music is not commercial, can cause primitive dance moves and invoke intense feelings of positive vibrations. Magic visuals by Jaymi McManus. Tribal Freqs is brought to you by Manifest and Chill Sessions Records


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Tiabeanie is a multi genre wizard that plays variety of minimal, house, tech-house, techno, psytech and psytrance. She begun her DJ career in New Zealand and quickly found herself playing various gigs and festivals, carving her way in the New Zealand underground scene, where she made a name for herself and unique style. This is also where she found her passion for Trance music at festivals such as AUM, Spectrum and Circutopia. Now based in Singapore, she is taking the dance floors around Asia by storm. Keep your eyes out for this chica as she will certainly get your feet moving, heart pumping and booty bumping with her groovy tunes.


A trio of sonic alchemists mixing neo-shamanic rhythms with world music, live instruments and psychedelic dance grooves. They evoke a primal dancing spirit with ancient mantras, electrifying guitar, funky horns and organic frequencies.


Their music has reached audiences at festivals and events in Thailand (Wonderfruit), Luminate & Twisted Frequency (New Zealand), Atman (Sri Lanka), Phoenix (Hawaii), Gaggalacka (Germany), Nataraja (France), One Music Camp & World Beer Summit (Japan), Dragon Dreaming (Australia), Neon Lights, Singapore Grand Prix F1 (Singapore) and many more.



Born & raised in the dynamic music hub Amsterdam, HIMMAT is inspired by the city's spirit of creativity, multiculturalism, and pushing boundaries. He playfully blends flavors of funky, organic, soulful & tribal rhythms, and pays tribute to his mixed South-Asian roots with his sound. He takes listeners on a journey of connection & exploration.





1 Selegie road #02-01


Grid building level 2, S188306



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