The Aston Shuffle delivers a thick serving of party goodness with ‘Bucatini’

Australian dance music royalty The Aston Shuffle serves up a delicious dancefloor spark with his latest offering ‘Bucatini’ via Club Sweat. For a track as smooth as the pasta itself, The Aston Shuffle has added only the highest-quality ingredients; a high-energy organ, paired with a thick driving bassline, the perfect accompaniment to the track. Aiming to satisfy the party appetite ‘Bucatini’ has been cooked fresh, so grab yourself a plate and don’t be shy, there’s enough for everyone.  


On releasing ‘Bucatini’ to the world, The Aston Shuffle said, “This track is all about fun. The organ line was something I came up with just on its own, and it immediately had a super fun vibe about it, which felt like a perfect hook to build a club track around while still preserving that spark. I’ve been testing and teasing it at shows for a while and I’m really excited to be finally getting it out there!

Vance Musgrove, under the moniker of The Aston Shuffle is one of the most respected names across the dance music globe. Rising to prominence with a series of standout remixes for the likes of Chris Lake, Green Velvet, and Claude VonStroke, The Aston Shuffle has gone on to garner over 100 million streams across releases such as the 2019 single ‘Stay’ with Fabich and Dana Williams, and his remix of LSD’s (Labrinth/Sia/Diplo) ‘Heaven can Wait’ which has been heavily supported by Diplo across his DJ sets on the global stage. Additionally, The Aston Shuffle has seen his extensive catalogue supported by the likes of Dom Dolla, Claptone, Pete Tong, and Danny Howard. Beyond his production talents, The Aston Shuffle has been heralded as one of the key champions of Australian dance music over the past decade. Recently he finished his 11-year tenure at renowned Australian station triple j, which saw him select, mix and present three hours of new release dance tracks for the Friday Night Shuffle. The Aston Shuffle continues to put his well-honed ears for picking dance music’s next big thing to use in his mix series Only 100s which focuses on only the standout dance tracks of each month. With remixes for the likes of Torren Foot and J.Worra, as well as support and a guest mix on Sirius XM’s Diplo’s Revolution, 2021 has seen the dawn of a new era for The Aston Shuffle, whose already stellar career seems to just be getting started.

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