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Buster Shuffle

Buster Shuffle

‘Take my word for it, they’re rocking’ THE SUN
‘Inspired arrangements and effective songs One to watch (four stars)’ UNCUT
‘You’ll enjoy this knees-up bar-room stomp’ THE GUARDIAN
‘An eclectic line-up’ TIMEOUT
‘A verve and feel for 2-tone foundations laid by early Specials’ THE DAILY MIRROR
‘Piano-bashing Cockney mayhem’ THE TIMES

London’s Buster Shuffle are one of those rare musical delights – a truly one-off band, not trying to be part of any scene, just writing the brilliantly catchy songs that come naturally, and people who hear ‘Naked’ are gonna love it. Mixed by the former protege of megastar Adele producer, Paul Epworth – the much-in-demand Jamie Ellis (Florence & The Machine, The Rifles) – you can hear shades of class Britpop acts like Blur and Supergrass, along with elements of the effortlessly charming ska pop of Madness, but it’s Buster Shuffle’s unique, unmistakable charm that steals the show.

Bestowed with the honour of closing the festival season at the legendary Bestival next month (courtesy of London International Ska Festival), Buster Shuffle will debut songs from ‘Naked’ there, before embarking on a full UK and European tour. As frontman Jet Baker puts it; ‘We love big pop tunes, we love ska, we love great indie guitar music and all the great rock and roll pioneers like Chuck Berry and we love entertaining people. I think you can hear all that on ‘Naked’. We’re really proud of these songs.’

Baker continues; ‘We’ve never really looked to any musical peers. We just do our own thing. If anything, legends like our mates Chas ‘n’ Dave are inspirations. They recorded with The Beatles, supported Led Zeppelin and did it all just being themselves, writing the songs that came naturally and people loved it. That’s how we’ve built it up such mental crowds around Europe, playing as much as we can, showing people exactly what we can do. This is the album where it all happens for us, though.’

Already a big deal with a dedicated following on the European circuit, Buster Shuffle built their reputation touring the UK with the likes of The Holloways, The Wombats, Goldie Lookin’ Chain and Chas ‘n’ Dave, before signing to EMI offshoot People Like You. Uncut magazine gave debut album ‘Our Night Out’ four stars, while the follow-up LP ‘Do Nothing’ (which featured collaborations with Micky Gallagher of The Blockheads/The Clash, Roddy Radiation of The Specials and contemporary indie heroes Ian Catskillkin of Art Brut and Wag of The Infidels) regularly charted on European bestseller lists as well as featuring on BBC Radio and XFM (where frontman Jet Baker was a regular on Danny Wallace’s breakfast show). Sold-out shows in practically every major European city followed (from Berlin to Vienna and every letter in between), as well as high-profile festival slots alongside the likes of Lee Scratch Perry in Germany, Frank Turner in Czechoslovakia and massive arena shows in Italy with Drop Kick Murphys. Since then, UK supports with Madness, The Blockheads, The Rifles and Shed Seven, along with packed out in-store Fred Perry subculture gigs have further enhanced the band’s burgeoning reputation. In 2013, Buster Shuffle conquered yet more new territories, playing to huge crowds at festivals in France and stepping up a level to world famous festivals including Dour in Belgium and Fusion in Germany, as well Wickerman and Rebellion in the UK. Buster Shuffle is … the virtuoso, creative behemoth, Jet Baker on piano and lead vocals, the best rhythm section you could hope to find in the shape of Terry Mascall and Tim Connell on drums and double bass, James Stickley, giving heart and soul, on guitar alongside Pete Oag on keyboards and vocals and backing singer Carrie Griffiths.

- See more at: http://www.bustershuffle.co.uk/bio/#sthash.AU1E8AOg.dpuf

‘Take my word for it, they’re rocking’ THE SUN
‘Inspired arrangements and effective songs One to watch (four stars)’ UNCUT
‘You’ll enjoy this knees-up bar-room stomp’ THE GUARDIAN
‘An eclectic line-up’ TIMEOUT
‘A verve and feel for 2-tone foundations laid by early Specials’ THE DAILY MIRROR
‘Piano-bashing Cockney mayhem’ THE TIMES

London’s Buster Shuffle are one of those rare musical delights – a truly one-off band, not trying to be part of any scene, just writing the brilliantly catchy songs that come naturally, and people who hear ‘Naked’ are gonna love it. Mixed by the former protege of megastar Adele producer, Paul Epworth – the much-in-demand Jamie Ellis (Florence & The Machine, The Rifles) – you can hear shades of class Britpop acts like Blur and Supergrass, along with elements of the effortlessly charming ska pop of Madness, but it’s Buster Shuffle’s unique, unmistakable charm that steals the show.

Bestowed with the honour of closing the festival season at the legendary Bestival next month (courtesy of London International Ska Festival), Buster Shuffle will debut songs from ‘Naked’ there, before embarking on a full UK and European tour. As frontman Jet Baker puts it; ‘We love big pop tunes, we love ska, we love great indie guitar music and all the great rock and roll pioneers like Chuck Berry and we love entertaining people. I think you can hear all that on ‘Naked’. We’re really proud of these songs.’

Baker continues; ‘We’ve never really looked to any musical peers. We just do our own thing. If anything, legends like our mates Chas ‘n’ Dave are inspirations. They recorded with The Beatles, supported Led Zeppelin and did it all just being themselves, writing the songs that came naturally and people loved it. That’s how we’ve built it up such mental crowds around Europe, playing as much as we can, showing people exactly what we can do. This is the album where it all happens for us, though.’

Already a big deal with a dedicated following on the European circuit, Buster Shuffle built their reputation touring the UK with the likes of The Holloways, The Wombats, Goldie Lookin’ Chain and Chas ‘n’ Dave, before signing to EMI offshoot People Like You. Uncut magazine gave debut album ‘Our Night Out’ four stars, while the follow-up LP ‘Do Nothing’ (which featured collaborations with Micky Gallagher of The Blockheads/The Clash, Roddy Radiation of The Specials and contemporary indie heroes Ian Catskillkin of Art Brut and Wag of The Infidels) regularly charted on European bestseller lists as well as featuring on BBC Radio and XFM (where frontman Jet Baker was a regular on Danny Wallace’s breakfast show). Sold-out shows in practically every major European city followed (from Berlin to Vienna and every letter in between), as well as high-profile festival slots alongside the likes of Lee Scratch Perry in Germany, Frank Turner in Czechoslovakia and massive arena shows in Italy with Drop Kick Murphys. Since then, UK supports with Madness, The Blockheads, The Rifles and Shed Seven, along with packed out in-store Fred Perry subculture gigs have further enhanced the band’s burgeoning reputation. In 2013, Buster Shuffle conquered yet more new territories, playing to huge crowds at festivals in France and stepping up a level to world famous festivals including Dour in Belgium and Fusion in Germany, as well Wickerman and Rebellion in the UK. Buster Shuffle is … the virtuoso, creative behemoth, Jet Baker on piano and lead vocals, the best rhythm section you could hope to find in the shape of Terry Mascall and Tim Connell on drums and double bass, James Stickley, giving heart and soul, on guitar alongside Pete Oag on keyboards and vocals and backing singer Carrie Griffiths.

- See more at: http://www.bustershuffle.co.uk/bio/#sthash.AU1E8AOg.dpuf

‘Take my word for it, they’re rocking’ THE SUN
‘Inspired arrangements and effective songs One to watch (four stars)’ UNCUT
‘You’ll enjoy this knees-up bar-room stomp’ THE GUARDIAN
‘An eclectic line-up’ TIMEOUT
‘A verve and feel for 2-tone foundations laid by early Specials’ THE DAILY MIRROR
‘Piano-bashing Cockney mayhem’ THE TIMES

London’s Buster Shuffle are one of those rare musical delights – a truly one-off band, not trying to be part of any scene, just writing the brilliantly catchy songs that come naturally, and people who hear ‘Naked’ are gonna love it. Mixed by the former protege of megastar Adele producer, Paul Epworth – the much-in-demand Jamie Ellis (Florence & The Machine, The Rifles) – you can hear shades of class Britpop acts like Blur and Supergrass, along with elements of the effortlessly charming ska pop of Madness, but it’s Buster Shuffle’s unique, unmistakable charm that steals the show.

Bestowed with the honour of closing the festival season at the legendary Bestival next month (courtesy of London International Ska Festival), Buster Shuffle will debut songs from ‘Naked’ there, before embarking on a full UK and European tour. As frontman Jet Baker puts it; ‘We love big pop tunes, we love ska, we love great indie guitar music and all the great rock and roll pioneers like Chuck Berry and we love entertaining people. I think you can hear all that on ‘Naked’. We’re really proud of these songs.’

Baker continues; ‘We’ve never really looked to any musical peers. We just do our own thing. If anything, legends like our mates Chas ‘n’ Dave are inspirations. They recorded with The Beatles, supported Led Zeppelin and did it all just being themselves, writing the songs that came naturally and people loved it. That’s how we’ve built it up such mental crowds around Europe, playing as much as we can, showing people exactly what we can do. This is the album where it all happens for us, though.’

Already a big deal with a dedicated following on the European circuit, Buster Shuffle built their reputation touring the UK with the likes of The Holloways, The Wombats, Goldie Lookin’ Chain and Chas ‘n’ Dave, before signing to EMI offshoot People Like You. Uncut magazine gave debut album ‘Our Night Out’ four stars, while the follow-up LP ‘Do Nothing’ (which featured collaborations with Micky Gallagher of The Blockheads/The Clash, Roddy Radiation of The Specials and contemporary indie heroes Ian Catskillkin of Art Brut and Wag of The Infidels) regularly charted on European bestseller lists as well as featuring on BBC Radio and XFM (where frontman Jet Baker was a regular on Danny Wallace’s breakfast show). Sold-out shows in practically every major European city followed (from Berlin to Vienna and every letter in between), as well as high-profile festival slots alongside the likes of Lee Scratch Perry in Germany, Frank Turner in Czechoslovakia and massive arena shows in Italy with Drop Kick Murphys. Since then, UK supports with Madness, The Blockheads, The Rifles and Shed Seven, along with packed out in-store Fred Perry subculture gigs have further enhanced the band’s burgeoning reputation. In 2013, Buster Shuffle conquered yet more new territories, playing to huge crowds at festivals in France and stepping up a level to world famous festivals including Dour in Belgium and Fusion in Germany, as well Wickerman and Rebellion in the UK. Buster Shuffle is … the virtuoso, creative behemoth, Jet Baker on piano and lead vocals, the best rhythm section you could hope to find in the shape of Terry Mascall and Tim Connell on drums and double bass, James Stickley, giving heart and soul, on guitar alongside Pete Oag on keyboards and vocals and backing singer Carrie Griffiths.

- See more at: http://www.bustershuffle.co.uk/bio/#sthash.AU1E8AOg.dpuf

‘Take my word for it, they’re rocking’ THE SUN
‘Inspired arrangements and effective songs One to watch (four stars)’ UNCUT
‘You’ll enjoy this knees-up bar-room stomp’ THE GUARDIAN
‘An eclectic line-up’ TIMEOUT
‘A verve and feel for 2-tone foundations laid by early Specials’ THE DAILY MIRROR
‘Piano-bashing Cockney mayhem’ THE TIMES

London’s Buster Shuffle are one of those rare musical delights – a truly one-off band, not trying to be part of any scene, just writing the brilliantly catchy songs that come naturally, and people who hear ‘Naked’ are gonna love it. Mixed by the former protege of megastar Adele producer, Paul Epworth – the much-in-demand Jamie Ellis (Florence & The Machine, The Rifles) – you can hear shades of class Britpop acts like Blur and Supergrass, along with elements of the effortlessly charming ska pop of Madness, but it’s Buster Shuffle’s unique, unmistakable charm that steals the show.

Bestowed with the honour of closing the festival season at the legendary Bestival next month (courtesy of London International Ska Festival), Buster Shuffle will debut songs from ‘Naked’ there, before embarking on a full UK and European tour. As frontman Jet Baker puts it; ‘We love big pop tunes, we love ska, we love great indie guitar music and all the great rock and roll pioneers like Chuck Berry and we love entertaining people. I think you can hear all that on ‘Naked’. We’re really proud of these songs.’

Baker continues; ‘We’ve never really looked to any musical peers. We just do our own thing. If anything, legends like our mates Chas ‘n’ Dave are inspirations. They recorded with The Beatles, supported Led Zeppelin and did it all just being themselves, writing the songs that came naturally and people loved it. That’s how we’ve built it up such mental crowds around Europe, playing as much as we can, showing people exactly what we can do. This is the album where it all happens for us, though.’

Already a big deal with a dedicated following on the European circuit, Buster Shuffle built their reputation touring the UK with the likes of The Holloways, The Wombats, Goldie Lookin’ Chain and Chas ‘n’ Dave, before signing to EMI offshoot People Like You. Uncut magazine gave debut album ‘Our Night Out’ four stars, while the follow-up LP ‘Do Nothing’ (which featured collaborations with Micky Gallagher of The Blockheads/The Clash, Roddy Radiation of The Specials and contemporary indie heroes Ian Catskillkin of Art Brut and Wag of The Infidels) regularly charted on European bestseller lists as well as featuring on BBC Radio and XFM (where frontman Jet Baker was a regular on Danny Wallace’s breakfast show). Sold-out shows in practically every major European city followed (from Berlin to Vienna and every letter in between), as well as high-profile festival slots alongside the likes of Lee Scratch Perry in Germany, Frank Turner in Czechoslovakia and massive arena shows in Italy with Drop Kick Murphys. Since then, UK supports with Madness, The Blockheads, The Rifles and Shed Seven, along with packed out in-store Fred Perry subculture gigs have further enhanced the band’s burgeoning reputation. In 2013, Buster Shuffle conquered yet more new territories, playing to huge crowds at festivals in France and stepping up a level to world famous festivals including Dour in Belgium and Fusion in Germany, as well Wickerman and Rebellion in the UK. Buster Shuffle is … the virtuoso, creative behemoth, Jet Baker on piano and lead vocals, the best rhythm section you could hope to find in the shape of Terry Mascall and Tim Connell on drums and double bass, James Stickley, giving heart and soul, on guitar alongside Pete Oag on keyboards and vocals and backing singer Carrie Griffiths.

- See more at: http://www.bustershuffle.co.uk/bio/#sthash.AU1E8AOg.dpuf

‘Take my word for it, they’re rocking’ THE SUN
‘Inspired arrangements and effective songs One to watch (four stars)’ UNCUT
‘You’ll enjoy this knees-up bar-room stomp’ THE GUARDIAN
‘An eclectic line-up’ TIMEOUT
‘A verve and feel for 2-tone foundations laid by early Specials’ THE DAILY MIRROR
‘Piano-bashing Cockney mayhem’ THE TIMES

London’s Buster Shuffle are one of those rare musical delights – a truly one-off band, not trying to be part of any scene, just writing the brilliantly catchy songs that come naturally, and people who hear ‘Naked’ are gonna love it. Mixed by the former protege of megastar Adele producer, Paul Epworth – the much-in-demand Jamie Ellis (Florence & The Machine, The Rifles) – you can hear shades of class Britpop acts like Blur and Supergrass, along with elements of the effortlessly charming ska pop of Madness, but it’s Buster Shuffle’s unique, unmistakable charm that steals the show.

Bestowed with the honour of closing the festival season at the legendary Bestival next month (courtesy of London International Ska Festival), Buster Shuffle will debut songs from ‘Naked’ there, before embarking on a full UK and European tour. As frontman Jet Baker puts it; ‘We love big pop tunes, we love ska, we love great indie guitar music and all the great rock and roll pioneers like Chuck Berry and we love entertaining people. I think you can hear all that on ‘Naked’. We’re really proud of these songs.’

Baker continues; ‘We’ve never really looked to any musical peers. We just do our own thing. If anything, legends like our mates Chas ‘n’ Dave are inspirations. They recorded with The Beatles, supported Led Zeppelin and did it all just being themselves, writing the songs that came naturally and people loved it. That’s how we’ve built it up such mental crowds around Europe, playing as much as we can, showing people exactly what we can do. This is the album where it all happens for us, though.’

Already a big deal with a dedicated following on the European circuit, Buster Shuffle built their reputation touring the UK with the likes of The Holloways, The Wombats, Goldie Lookin’ Chain and Chas ‘n’ Dave, before signing to EMI offshoot People Like You. Uncut magazine gave debut album ‘Our Night Out’ four stars, while the follow-up LP ‘Do Nothing’ (which featured collaborations with Micky Gallagher of The Blockheads/The Clash, Roddy Radiation of The Specials and contemporary indie heroes Ian Catskillkin of Art Brut and Wag of The Infidels) regularly charted on European bestseller lists as well as featuring on BBC Radio and XFM (where frontman Jet Baker was a regular on Danny Wallace’s breakfast show). Sold-out shows in practically every major European city followed (from Berlin to Vienna and every letter in between), as well as high-profile festival slots alongside the likes of Lee Scratch Perry in Germany, Frank Turner in Czechoslovakia and massive arena shows in Italy with Drop Kick Murphys. Since then, UK supports with Madness, The Blockheads, The Rifles and Shed Seven, along with packed out in-store Fred Perry subculture gigs have further enhanced the band’s burgeoning reputation. In 2013, Buster Shuffle conquered yet more new territories, playing to huge crowds at festivals in France and stepping up a level to world famous festivals including Dour in Belgium and Fusion in Germany, as well Wickerman and Rebellion in the UK. Buster Shuffle is … the virtuoso, creative behemoth, Jet Baker on piano and lead vocals, the best rhythm section you could hope to find in the shape of Terry Mascall and Tim Connell on drums and double bass, James Stickley, giving heart and soul, on guitar alongside Pete Oag on keyboards and vocals and backing singer Carrie Griffiths.

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