Friday, February 8 from 10:00 PM to 2:00 AM
Friday, February 8th
THE ASTON SHUFFLE
Early in their career (just a few years ago), The Aston Shuffle chalked up serious respect as DJs, remixers, and producers-to-watch. Signed to Ministry of Sound, For Everyone was their first release, an inclusive and instant dance floor weapon led by a vocoder hook that soon became a bit of a signature for their sound.
After a string of club chart-storming singles, remixes, and milestones such as being crowned #1 DJs in their country by top Australian EDM site INTHEMIX, the boys turned their focus to their debut album, Seventeen Past Midnight. It was the perfect introduction to the Shuffle's versatile sound, best described as emotive electronic pop. Modestly successful commercially (peaking at #1 in the iTunes Electronic Chart), Rolling Stone Australia ranked it in the top 50 albums of 2011, calling the lead single Your Love "the best dance single to come out of Australia in a decade". Another stand out was Start Again – a moment of pure pop/dance bliss that showed equal parts of song writing and production ambition and sophistication, and armed with a remix from compatriot Hook N Sling, found its way into the sets and charts of Axwell and more.
The album galvanized both their sound and their positioning, accompanied by the launch of their live show debuted to 15,000 people in support of Armand Van Helden and David Guetta at Shore Thing on NYE 2010/11.
The Aston Shuffle, come to Vessel to make their San Francisco debut on Friday February 8th. Continuing on the Aussie wave of rave that’s engulfed the US, hot on the heels of fellow Australians Nervo, The Stafford Brothers, Bass Kleph and of course Tommy Trash who’s recent remix of their track Sunrise was arguably the club smash hit of the summer.
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