The Aston Shuffle
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The Aston Shuffle
The Aston Shuffle
Origin Canberra, Australia
Genres House, electro house, alternative dance
Labels Ministry of Sound Australia (2007-2011), EMI Music Australia, Axtone, Independent
Members Mikah Freeman
Vance Musgrove
Ross McGrath

The Aston Shuffle are a house music duo from Canberra, Australia.[1][2] They are made up of Disc jockey and electronic music producers Mikah Freeman and Vance Musgrove. As well as their DJ gigs and recordings career, they also host their own show on the ABC's Triple J on Friday nights called Friday Night Shuffle.[3]


They rose to prominence with several remixes in 2006-2007 of Claude VonStroke's "The Whistler", Rocket Men's "Candy" and Chris Lake's "Carry Me Away", and released their debut single "For Everyone" in 2007 through the Ministry of Sound label Hussle Records, and was featured on the Ministry of Sound 2008 Annual.

In 2008 they became a regular feature on Ministry compilations, with remixes of Pnau's "Baby", Terry Poison's "24 Hours" (featured on So You Think You Can Dance) and dance/alternative hip-hop smash hit "Dance wiv Me" from Dizzee Rascal and Calvin Harris. They also released their second single, "Stomp Yo Shoes" that year working with Tommie Sunshine, and worked on their first compilation album for Ministry of Sound Australia, Mashed Four.

In 2009, the duo mixed the second disc of Ministry's Clubber's Guide to 2009, which also premiered their third single "Do You Want More". To close out a successful 2009, they were voted the number 3 DJs in Australia by Sony inthemix50[4] and mixed disc 2 of The 2010 Annual for Ministry of Sound, which peaked at number 1 on the iTunes albums chart. They later became the #1 DJs of inthemix50 in 2010. Their debut album was released on 15 April 2011. Their track "Your Love" features Eden Boucher of Lovers Electric on vocals, this was their first of two collaborations with the duo. On 2 February 2013, they performed as a support act in Swedish House Mafia's 'One Last Tour' in Sydney, Australia.


Studio albums

Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
Seventeen Past Midnight
  • Released: 15 April 2011[6]
  • Label: Downright Music/Ministry of Sound Australia
  • Format: CD, digital download
Photographs 12


Single Year Album
"For Everyone" 2007 Non-album single
"Stomp Yo Shoes" (featuring Tommie Sunshine) 2008
"Do You Want More" (featuring Danimal Kingdom) 2009
"I Wanna See You" 2010 Seventeen Past Midnight
"Your Love"
"Start Again" (featuring Lovers Electric) 2011
"Sunrise (Won't Get Lost)" (featuring Tommy Trash) 2012 Non-album single
"Can't Stop Now" 2013 Photographs
"Comfortable" (featuring Will Heard)
"Tear It Down"
"Never Take It Away" (featuring Mayer Hawthorne)
"Back & Forth" (featuring Dom Dolla) 2014 Non-album singles
"Don't Let Go" (featuring Max Marshall) 2015
"High With You"
"Only 1" (featuring Nathaniel S Lewis) 2016
"Make a Wrong Thing Right" (featuring Micah Powell)
"Pass You By" 2017
"Birthman" (featuring LO'99)
"Alpha Love" (featuring Alex Mills)


  • Azari & III - "Reckless With Your Love" (The Aston Shuffle Remix) [Modular]
  • Bunny Lake - "Into the Future" (The Aston Shuffle Remix) [Klein]
  • C-Jay & D-19 featuring Michelle Chirers - "Nether Cutter" (The Aston Shuffle Remix)
  • Chris Lake - "Carry Me Away" (The Aston Shuffle Remix) [Nervous]
  • Claude VonStroke - "The Whistler" (The Aston Shuffle Remix) [Dirty Bird]
  • Cosmos - "Take Me with You" (The Aston Shuffle Bootleg)
  • Datarock - "Amarillion" (The Aston Shuffle Remix) [Nettwerk]
  • Dave Robertson - "My Yellow Self" (Knights of The Aston Shuffle Remix)
  • Dizzee Rascal featuring Calvin Harris & Chrome - "Dance wiv Me" (The Aston Shuffle Remix) [Ministry of Sound]
  • Empire of the Sun - "DNA" (The Aston Shuffle Remix) [EMI]
  • Fitz & The Tantrums - "The Walker" (The Aston Shuffle Remix) [Atlantic]
  • Full Mental Slackers - "Auto Riot" (The Aston Shuffle Remix)
  • Grafton Primary - "All Stars" (The Aston Shuffle Remix)
  • Green Velvet - "Shake & Pop" (The Aston Shuffle Remix)
  • Grum - "Can't Shake This Feeling" (The Aston Shuffle Remix) [Heartbeats]
  • James Harcourt - Gaila Melon (The Aston Shuffle Remix)
  • Joe Goddard feat. Valentina - "Gabriel" (The Aston Shuffle Remix) [Greco Roman / DFA]
  • Kissy Sell Out - "Garden Friends" (The Aston Shuffle Remix)
  • London Grammar - "Wasting My Young Years" (The Aston Shuffle Remix) [Ministry of Sound]
  • Lost Valentinos - "Nightmoves" (The Aston Shuffle Remix) [etcetc]
  • Lostep - "Villain" (The Aston Shuffle Remix)
  • Malente - "Killer Applikation" (The Aston Shuffle Badonkadonk Remix) [Moonbootique]
  • Malente vs Azzido Da Bass - "They're Killin' It" (The Aston Shuffle Remix) [Dim Mak]
  • N.A.S.A featuring Kanye West, Lykke Li & Santigold - "Gifted" (The Aston Shuffle Remix)
  • The Nu Coalition - "Born for the Nightlife" (The Aston Shuffle Remix)
  • Owl Eyes - "Golden Lies" (The Aston Shuffle Remix)
  • Pnau - "Baby" (The Aston Shuffle Just Whoah Remix) [etcetc]
  • Pompeii - "Les Gilettes" (The Aston Shuffle Remix) [Kitsuné]
  • The Presets - "Goodbye Future" (The Aston Shuffle Remix) [Modular]
  • Rhys - "Hot Summer" (The Aston Shuffle Remix)
  • Rocket Men - "Candy" (The Aston Shuffle Remix)
  • Shena - "Electrosexual" (The Aston Shuffle Remix)
  • Sneaky Sound System - "We Love" (The Aston Shuffle Remix) [Modular]
  • The Subs - "Don't Stop" (The Aston Shuffle Remix)
  • Terry Poison - "24 Hours" (The Aston Shuffle A-Bomb Remix)
  • The Knocks feat. St. Lucia - "Modern Hearts" (The Aston Shuffle Remix) [Interscope]
  • Tronik Youth - "Disko Suks" (The Aston Shuffle Remix)


  • Mashed Four (2008, Ministry of Sound) - Disc 2 of 2
  • Clubber's Guide to 2009 (2009, Ministry of Sound) - Disc 2 of 3
  • The 2010 Annual (2009, Ministry of Sound) - Disc 2 of 3
  • Destroy (2010, Ministry of Sound) - Disc 1 of 2


  1. ^ "The Aston Shuffle". Archery Retrieved . 
  2. ^ "Sunrise (Won't Get Lost) (Tommy Trash Version) - The Aston Shuffle". Retrieved . 
  3. ^ "Biography". IMO Retrieved . 
  4. ^ "The Aston Shuffle - Act". Archived from the original on 25 September 2012. Retrieved 2013. 
  5. ^ "The Aston Shuffle discography". Hung Medien. Retrieved 2014. 
  6. ^ "Seventeen Past Midnight by The Aston Shuffle". iTunes Store (Australia). Apple. Retrieved 2014. 
  7. ^ "Photographs by The Aston Shuffle". iTunes Store (Australia). Apple. Retrieved 2014. 

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