Continuing their reputation as taste-makers in the global dance music scene, Australian duo The Aston Shuffle today release their year-end collection of their Only 100s mix series, with Only 100s – 2018. Delivering 90 minutes of the best electronic music this year, The Aston Shuffle dove deep into their overflowing crates to hand-pick 20 tracks that dominated in 2018, including selections from Fisher, Peggy Gou and Weiss.
Receiving hundreds of new releases from all across the globe each week, The Aston Shuffle are renowned for breaking new artists and delivering world premieres via their weekly radio show Friday Night Shuffle on Australia’s national broadcaster, triple j. Only 100s came about as an opportunity for Vance and Mikah to select only the best of the best releases each month, with the 2018 edition a taste of what rose to the top of the pile this year, meticulously curated from thousands of releases in the past 12 months.
“Compiling our Only 100s end-of-year mix is always the hardest easy job of the year – too many favourites to choose from! Some especially great music was released in 2018 making it that little bit more difficult, but after some long discussions and a few arguments, we're super happy with our 20- track mix!” – The Aston Shuffle
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The Aston Shuffle have spent 2018 forging a growing presence on the world stage, with a focus on writing new music that fans will be hearing a lot of in 2019, starting with “Stay”, a collaboration with Fabich and Dana Williams which will be released in January on The Magician’s Potion label. Soon to return to home soil for a run of shows across the New Year period, The Aston Shuffle’s upcoming Australian shows will be an opportunity for fans to hear a few tasty morsels of new and exclusive material set for release next year. 2019 is looking busier than ever with multiple releases, some exciting new collaborations and even bigger international tours.
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