The Weekly Slap #19
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.
This week we’ve crammed in new music from all over the world! It was a serious struggle to squeeze them all in, however there are some killer new jams out this week. Enjoy!
Sarah Almoril brings you the ultimate alt-pop jam Heartbroken Kid. It screams power, big beats and epic production.
Let’s hit that dance floor and jive away with itscanturan and his latest house gem Truth & Lies.
Chris George Bancroft takes you on a 90’s filled indie journey with his latest track Don’t Want To Die. Prepare to have this one in your head all weekend.
Things remain in that 90’s style indie theme with Dan Romeo and The Strangers with their latest offering The Rain.
Haruka Salt teams up with Fat Tony to take you on a deeper synth dance journey with this absolute winner, Pitch n Itch.
It’s the week of collaborations! CRi has created the ultimate sunshine dance jam with Jesse Mac Cormack, Never Really Get There.
Elephant Castle really have a way of sucking you in with this tractor beam of a track, Life In Outer Space.
LA producer Ran Pink has produced the gold on his latest track, Not Mad. If you’re into early Tame Impala I suggest you play this one on repeat.
Does Bowie crossed with Queen sound like your thing? YES? Well Rey Pila‘s new single Casting A Shadow is for you!
Things get really experimental with Lump King and the very interesting hit, Passenger.
Coastl brings the swing on their latest offering Swagger. You can’t help but move your hips to this one.
Sprints really bring that epic rock vibe on their latest track, The Cheek.
Jess Chalker has a real way of producing a catchy pop tune, and she’s certainly done that on this newbie, West Hollywood.
Tonic Walter has teamed up with SWSLY for the super dreamy Lighting Up The Moon. The track suits the title so well, it literally sounds like they’re lighting up the moon.
Into sun drenched dance vibes? Rose Ama, David Harks and Vhyce have produced exactly that with their tune Oku-Night Version.
Greatest Hits win the honour of best band name for leading the SEO wars. And their new single Phil, Slow It Down takes the cake in the catchiest fun indie tune wars. Is that even a thing? Anyway, this track is fuckin great.
Hannah Geargas‘ new jam Dreams will have you literally dreaming. It’s one for a sunny, Sunday drive. Beautiful.
Superocean take you back in time to the 00’s indie feels with their new track Julia I’m Alive. Super catchy!
Everyone to the dancefloor! O_cool demands your attention with this funky jam, Ode To Funk And Things I’m Not Sure.
Miller Roberts knows how to bring on the feels and her new single, Second Hand Information will certainly have you feeling something.
Perth producer Ukiyo has produced the goods, teaming up with Maribelle for the catchy track Good Enough.
Autosuggest really have what it takes when it comes to alt rock vibes. Their new track My Signal is fucking cool. Get into it.
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!