Chill | The Aston Shuffle – Tear it Down (GAMPER & DADONI Remix)

Posted by on April 19, 2014

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Good morning, VMan’s got you covered with your Saturday morning tune with this remix by Gamper & Dadoni of The Aston Shuffle’s “Tear It Down,” a soulful deep house gem layered with a hell of a saxophone solo breakdown and a funky bass outro. Ya’ll have a great weekend, if you’re up early, get cooking in the kitchen, start cleaning, smoke something, the vibes caused by this record should get you motivated. This is a must listen and a must download!

Free Download: The Aston Shuffle – Tear it Down (GAMPER & DADONI Remix)

Preview, Progressive House | The Aston Shuffle – Can’t Stop Now (Special Features Remix) [Preview]

Posted by on July 31, 2013

The Aston Shuffle - Can't Stop Now (Special Features Remix)

It took about 800 edits to get this track just right, but when Special Features got it, he did it right. It has been a slow year for him waiting on remixes to clear and labels to release tracks, but now The Aston Shuffle give him the chance to shine on their remix package for “Can’t Stop Now”. Set for release September 16th, the remix features Special Feature’s bright synths that mesh very well with the original vocals, taking this indie dance track to the dance floor. Look for a Matisse & Sadko remix to come August 30th on Spinnin and a Ta-Ku remix as part of this package on September 16th, with potentially 6 more to come. The original is out now.

DJ-Set, House | Weekend Mixes 2/1/13

Posted by on February 1, 2013


It is time for this week’s weekend mixes and we start things off with the past two of weeks of The Drop with mixes from dutchmen Sando Silva & Kenneth G that include a host of new and unreleased tracks like Dryo & Bassjackers “Grid”. Next up we have the 6th episode of Dzeko & Torres’ RAVE”N podcast that includes some unreleased from dBerrie & Jewelz & Scott Sparks and a few exclusive bootlegs. Matisse & Sadko give us their January mix that includes the upcoming collab from Dirty South & Deniz Koyu, “Halo”. Further mixes from Nervo, Bingo Players, Adrien Mezsi, Hard Rock Sofa, Archie and a funky one from Goldroom for Solé Bicycles also included.



DJ-Set | Weekend Mixes 1/10/13 Year End Edition Part 2

Posted by on January 10, 2013

It is time for the weekend and since I missed last week, there is going to be A LOT of mixes in this post. I have about 24 hours of music and all of it good. We start things off with Hardwell’s yearmix that goes through his accomplished discography from this year and a selection of tracks from his label, Revealed Recordings. Next up is from yearmix from Nicky Romero that includes his numerous releases from this year and the unreleased “Symphonica”. Hook N Sling provides us with his take on 2012 in a high energy, bootleg heavy mix. Young Polish Dj Tom Swoon goes the extra mile and gives us 61 tracks in 2 hours for his year end mix, traversing genres from electro to trance to progressive.

After the jump we have the two latest episodes of The Drop that include exclusives from both guest mixers, Qulinez & Synchronice. Next week they are celebrating their 50 episode with mixes from Djs like Leon Bolier, Lazy Rich & Maor Levi all week so head to their Facebook page for full details. You will also find year end mixes from Dannic, Inpetto, who mix 50 songs in 1 hour, Dzeko & Torres who mix 40 songs in 10 minutes, Gregori Klosman and N3AKO. Lastly, included are a various assortment of other mixes and live sets from the past week or so, notably from NYE celebrations.


DJ-Set | Weekend Mixes 11/1/12

Posted by on November 1, 2012

It is that time again, even though many of you have probably not stopped going at it since last week, we are here to provide you with more mixes to get you through the weekend. We start off with EPIC Radio, which is always a treat, featuring a bevy of unreleased Eric Prydz tracks and a new one from Fehrplay set to release on Pryda Friends soon. Next up we have The Drop and their weekly episode that features an interview with Hard Rock Sofa where they reveal info on a few upcoming tracks and a guest mix from Cr2 label boss MYNC. The real gem is their Halloween mix that features 28 tracks in 56, moving at a breakneck pace from one track to the next. Tommy Trash presents the 4th episode of Trashed Radio with some exclusive new cuts from himself and a few other new tracks. We finish it off with Nervo and their weekly show on Sirius XM that features some unreleased tracks including the Carl Louis & Martin Danielle remix of “Something to Believe In”.


Electro-House | The Aston Shuffle Vs. Tommy Trash – Sunrise (Won’t Get Lost) Tommy Trash Version

Posted by on October 12, 2012

Axtone has done it again with yet another dynamite release. Tommy Trash fresh off of his Beatport number one, “Reload” with Sebastian Ingrosso that Nervo proclaimed “Everything sounds small against it”, is back and switching Mafia member labels with his new release, The Aston Shuffle Vs. Tommy Trash – Sunrise (Won’t Get Lost). Combining the number one single in Australia from The Aston Shuffle with Tommy Trash’s signature grungy bass lines and eclectic pitched melodies, this track will leave a lasting impression on the end of 2012 and into 2013. The song also says it is the “Tommy Trash Version”, which could be a harmless label or it could mean there is another version of this to come.

Beatport: The Aston Shuffle Vs. Tommy Trash – Sunrise (Won’t Get Lost) Tommy Trash Version

Electro-House, Preview | The Aston Shuffle vs Tommy Trash – Sunrise (Won’t Get Lost) [Preview]

Posted by on October 7, 2012

A track that has been staple of Axwell’s sets for some time now plus getting play from Thomas Gold, David Guetta, Arty among others, this Tommy Trash mix of The Aston Shuffle’s number one single on Australian radio “Sunrise” is a song that is going to continue the pedigree of outstanding Axtone releases this year. While it does have a similar bass line as his remix of Ladi Dadi, it is his signature bass line and there are still marked differences in the lead and overall melody of the track. No release date yet, but if the past serves as any indication with Axtone, we should see it released this month. UPDATE: It will be released October 12th.