Last week we featured the funkier side of the new single from The Aston Shuffle, compliments of fellow Aussie Plastic Plates. Today we shine the spotlight on a darker side of the release, brought to you by our LA friends VCO. Coming off huge remixes for Azari & III and Tommy Trash, the duo take on The Aston Shuffle and deliver a stabbing house track carried by the melodic vocals of the original. Check it out below, and be on the lookout for its release next month!
One of our favorite Aussies Felix Bloxsom aka Plastic Plates has just created another summertime heater in his newest remix for The Aston Shuffle. We’re excited to have been given the exclusive premiere of this to the blogosphere today, and your ears should be too! Felix always delivers and his production rings true once again… listen below!
Following up on his Big Beat Records debut, “Illusions,” and an official remix of Ellie Goulding’s “Only You,” the UK’s rising star, Special Features, has released the full preview of his outstanding remix of The Aston Shuffle’s “Can’t Stop Now,” due out September 16th via Casablanca Records. By applying his signature progressive house sound to the already proven anthem, he brings new life the track with melodic fluidity accompanied by strong, driving rhythms and a pulsing side-chained bass line. Have a listen below.
Mikah Freeman and Vance Musgrove are The Aston Shuffle — a duo out of Australia who produce some extremely danceable tunes in addition to running Friday Night Shuffle, a radio show on the prominent Triple J in Sydney. Last month, the guys put out the Won’t Get Lost EP on NYC imprint, Plant Music, accompanied by a party of remixes — my favorite coming from Solo – and today the guys have put together a mixtape in honor of the May release. Tons of great music stuck in here, including originals from Country Club, Jan Driver, Strip Steve, and more. Have a listen to the mix and EP below. Continue Reading
Australian duo Sneaky Sound System dropped their single “We Love” a few weeks back and the track is quickly becoming one of the most infectious dance-pop tracks of 2011. Fellow country mates, The Aston Shuffle, up the catchy quotient with their clubbed up remix of “We Love”. This is some SERIOUS BOOGIE, right down to the laser beam storm at 3:35. Be on the lookout for The Aston Shuffle remix along with other remixes by Bart B More & Pleasurekraft coming soon from Modular(plus SSS’s new album, “From Here to Anywhere” coming in August).