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Win: Double Pass To See The Aston Shuffle Live In Canberra And Sydney

Written by Mike Hohnen on October 12, 2012

One of our hardest-working EDM exports The Aston Shuffle are giving two lucky fans the chance to experience the live madness of the duo without spending a cent. Yep, you and a mate could be partying hard to the latest tracks from The Aston Shuffle.

While the tour stretches all over our great land, all but Brissy and Sydney will have to sit this one out until next time. But for those able to attend either their show at Canberra  on the 19th October at Academy or The Standard, Sydney on October 20th, all you’ve got to do is shoot an email to [email protected] detailing your name, as well as your favourite track by The Aston Shuffle – it’s that easy.

The band is hitting the road in support of their forthcoming album Can’t Stop Now. Already we’ve heard the title track from the release, and that was enough to put fans in a mild frenzy. Their refined live show has earned the lads praise all over the globe, and this is your chance to catch it for free.

Check out the rest of the tour dates here.

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