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The Weekly Slap #15

Welcome to the AAA Backstage Weekly Slap, where we give you the latest new music we think absolutely slaps! Each week we scour through our emails and bring to you the top hits from our inbox. So sit back, whack on your headphones, turn the dial to eleven and let us do the selecting.

The new tunes just keep popping into our inbox. This week as per usual we’re inundated with some really great music and we did our very best to squeeze it all in.

To kick things off we serve up some local love with Saint Lane and his coming of age single When Did We Grow Up. Then cop a hit of The Great Emu War Casualties with their angsty new single Tight Enough To Tell. Get some warm indie feelings from Elephant Talk with their latest tune It’s Not Really Over. Get down with the Slow Painters and their alt folk style track Egon. Get some deep sexy vibes from Crisp&Classy with their fiery tune Blessed. If you’re into deeper alt pop you’ll be right into We Will Kaleid and their latest offering The Hurt. Bring things back home and lighten up a little with Parker Sounds and their brand new track Prison Cell. Pick up some summertime flower garden vibes from Cap’n Marble with their latest offering Bed Of Sun. Hit the dancfloor with Midnight Pool Party and their remix of Tom Aspaul’s, W.M. Get aquatinted with the sounds of Mia Berg and her cute pop tune Don’t Know. Raise the roof with Lakyn and his bopping indie/pop track Superhuman. Return to the indie glory days with Bokito and their new track OkOk. Take on some smooth indie/electronica vibes from The Prussians with their new tune Quarantine. Let’s get a little rock’n’roll with The Blues and Greys with their fresh new track Mayday. If you’re into the deeper side of club vibes you’ll totally dig Mollono.Bass newbie as he teams up with KUOKO to serve the dreamy dance track No Silence. And let’s close this week out with a fucking bang! Crank it up with Dax and his heavy rap single Joker.

As we say every week, there is something in there for everyone and we hope ya’ll enjoy this weeks edition of The Weekly Slap.

All these tracks and more are added to our Weekly Catch Spotify and Apple Music playlists. So if you want an easy option where you just push and play and shuffle away, we’ve got you!

Written by Chris Lamaro