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FHMDC recommends the 96 Bulls remix. Hands down!
The Aston Shuffle are a two producers-DJs, Mikah Freeman and Vance Musgrove, from Sydney, Australia, where their radio show, Friday Night Shuffle on ABC’s Triple J, has turned them into household names. They rose to prominence with several remixes in 2006–2007: Claude VonStroke’s “The Whistler,” Rocket Men’s “Candy” and Chris Lake’s “Carry Me Away,” and released their debut single “For Everyone” in 2007 through Ministry of Sound’s Hussle Records. Their second single, “Stomp Your Shoes” featuring Tommie Sunshine, came out later in the year, as did their first compilation album for Ministry of Sound Australia, Mashed Four which was followed by many more celebrated compilations through Ministry. More recently they have remixed for DFA, Malente, Grafton Primary, Kissy Sell Out and many more and released their debut full length album “Seventeen Past Midnight” last year, also on Ministry.
As club DJs and radio hosts the duo have been huge supporters of Plant Music so when Plant were offered the chance to release their new single, the infectious “Won’t Get Lost,” the New York label jumped on it. Remixes are provided by Solo, Flume, 96 Bulls, Swick and Rufus, taking this catchy pop song to the club.
Source: Plant Music SC
The Knocks remix is an instant winner, taking you back to half-step school right from the opening tip, and towards the end of the half this track can be mistaken for looking like a 3-man weave at training with it’s seamless flow. It’s not far off being a summer anthem if it weren’t for the minor key it’s pitched in, which in-turn make this one straight dance floor fire.
Source: Stoney Roads