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THE ASTON SHUFFLE – REMIXES (Club/Electro – Australia)

The Aston Shuffle

Mikah Freeman, Vance Musgrove and Ross McGrath started The Aston Shuffle in 2005 in Canberra and their ascent has been nothing short of spectacular, especially in the last few years. Despite Ross McGrath’s departure in 2008, Freeman and Musgrove have kept the flame of dancefloor-friendly electro burning with their singles, remixes and long-awaited debut album, Seventeen Past Midnight, released last year.

The Aston Shuffle - Into Forever (feat. Nik Yiannikas)     

The album may not be as original as one could have hoped, skipping across many genres and often sounding like many other dance artists, but it has enough good tunes to be a real crowd-pleaser. As you can imagine, The Aston Shuffle’s hot dance jams have attracted the attention of countless producers and DJs who have created a whole lot of great remixes.

The Aston Shuffle - Won't Get Lost (Swick Remix)     

Let’s also mention a few of the artists that have been remixed by The Aston Shuffle: Pnau, Sneaky Sound System, Grum, N.A.S.A, Joe Goddard (of Hot Chip fame), Kissy Sell Out, Lost Valentinos, Bunny Lake, and the list goes on…

Get more music and find out if The Aston Shuffle are playing at a club near you on their official site. Buy the music on

SNEAKY SOUND SYSTEM – WE LOVE (Electro – Australia)

Aussie dance duo Sneaky Sound System are back with a new single! The title pretty much sums up how we feel about this new song: “We Love”. It’s a catchy piece of dancey electro pop that creeps up on you, gets inside your brains and makes you want to shake your hips and bob your head. In other words, it’s exactly what you’d expect from Sneaky Sound System.

The track is the first taste from their highly anticipated third long-player, From Here To Anywhere, scheduled for release in August via Modular. The album is currently experiencing the magic touch of Serban Ghenea, four time Grammy Award winner and go-to-guy for The Neptunes, La Roux, Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z. You can stream “We Love” below and buy it from We Love (Original) - Single - Sneaky Sound System

Oh, and before you go, why don’t you grab a couple of great remixes from our archives? You can find a great collection of Sneaky Sound System remixes HERE and two more remixes by Shazam and Van She just below!

Sneaky Sund System - UFO (Van She Tech Remix)     

Sneaky Sound System - When We Were Young (Shazam Remix)     

Join Sneaky Sound System on their official site or MySpace.

MUNK – MONDO VAGABONDO (Disco/Electro/House – Germany)

Munk

After a two-year break, disco punk torchbearer and Gomma label boss Mathias Modica (aka Munk) has just announced the release of a new EP, Mondo Vagabondo, which will be out on October 18 on Gomma Records.

The Italo-German DJ and musician has released two critically-acclaimed albums so far: Aperitivo (2004) and Cloudbuster (2008). He has collaborated with many iconic artists, such as LCD Soundsystem‘s frontman James Murphy, Micky Moonlight and Italian actress Asia Argento.

Munk - Live Fast! Die Old! (Feat. Asia Argento)     

Munk’s effortlessly cool mix of futuristic disco and classic house has been hailed by critics. NME even called him “the most influential German disco act since Moroder… like a European version of New York’s DFA”.

Munk - Back Down (Cut Copy Jackmaster Remix)     

Besides making music, touring the world as a DJ, designing T-shirts and organising exhibitions, Mathias “Munk” Modica is also the owner of hip German label Gomma Records. The label is home to acts such as Whomadewho, Headman and Box Codax (the upcoming solo project of Franz Ferdinand’s Nick McCarthy).

Munk - Down In L.A. (Shazam Remix)     

The Mondo Vagabondo EP is a sunny romantic dance record filled with influences from psychedelic rock, Italo disco and even French chanson. Munk has peppered this with electronic afro percussions, super sweet melodies, big chords, screaming organs, and irresistible bass lines. On these five new tracks, you’ll find an eclectic mix of instruments: pianos, keys, bass, guitar, drums, xylophones, drum machines and vocals in English, Italian, French, German and even Hindi! This extravagant mix of sounds and languages is the result of Modica’s vagabond lifestyle. As a DJ, he embarked on a long pilgrimage around the world, finally settling in Rome. Now he spends most of his time shuttling between Marseille and Berlin.

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