In a landscape littered with forgettable dance floor fodder, it’s refreshing to hear electronic music that makes you dance with a smile on your face. The Aston Shuffle have spent a long time away crafting music for their next album that unashamedly seeks this goal, and Comfortable was the first taste – a soulful, heart-starting and catch-cry classic that hit the mark squarely.
As their indie dance tendencies continue to breach universal boundaries, “Tear It Down” pays testament to a duo whose relentless stamina has kept things as interestingly poised towards the radio-friendly ranks as it has to the club floor. With a balance once thought to be impossible and remix duties still to come from Ivan Gough and Indian Summer, the Aston’s make an aural statement unlikely to be ignored across airwaves and global dance floors alike.
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