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Buster Shuffle are a piano bashing pop, indie, ska band hailing from East London. Their recent show at the 100 Club was incredibly well received, with their unique and contemporay ska hailed as far more imaginative than other ska bands of late. They always manage to draw a particularly animated and lively crowd who dance enthusiastically to the piano upbeats and tongue-in-cheek lyrics of the seven piece group.
Confirmed to play the 2013 London International Ska Festival in March, Buster Shuffle have enjoyed a hugely successful 2012, particularly in Europe, playing sold-out headline shows in Berlin, Vienna, Dresden, Dusseldorf, Munich, Bochum and Hamburg, as well a number of high profile festival slots in Germany (with Lee Scratch Perry), Czechoslovakia (with Frank Turner) and Denmark and some massive arena shows in Italy with The Dropkick Murphys.
In the UK Buster Shuffle have played with major acts including MADNESS, The Rifles, The Wombats, Shed Seven, The Blockheads and also Cockney legends Chas and Dave. This has seen the band’s reputation enhanced even more. Buster Shuffle’s remarkable year was capped by the success of their debut album ‘Do Nothing’ which continues to regularly chart on the Amazon Europe’s bestseller list as some of the best new music around. The band’s recent single, ‘Elvis vs. Wag’, received glowing endorsements from BBC Radio 1 and 6 Music as well as XFM where front man Jet has become a regular on Danny Wallace’s breakfast show.