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quote An engaging vocal performance, catchy lyrics and a captivating acoustic guitar, wrapped in warmth and emotion.
Brilliant. quote

- Billboard Magazine


Miss Opportunity EP

Released: 2009

Label: Popshop (Universal)

This eagerly-awaited five-track EP from Aaron Slater blends funky pop, R&B-tinged beats, 80's flavours and more. Miss Opportunity, Ignorance Is Bliss, Like A Ghost, Reveal Your Body and Stay can be bought individually or as a full EP from top digital download stores worldwide.

In Bed With Space


Released: 2007

Label: Clubstar (Germany)

The Ibiza CD series continues with a double disc format and features the chart topping Simuck remix of Aaron Slater's "Alien To Me'. The stunning mix by Space resident Jonathan Ulysses takes Simuck's rework to the next level with a digitally edited mix taking the vocal to all new levels of deepness. Available now from HMV, Juno Records and other retailers.



Released: 2006

Label: Fiberlineaudio (US)

"Dirty HiFi and Aaron Slater drop the long awaited follow up to Fiberlineaudio's hit single Alien To Me. Supernatural is a funky slice of electronica with gated vocals ala Aaron Slater and a upfront dance vibe from Steve Kitch and Dirty HiFi. Recommended!" - Fiberlineaudio

Dirty Hi-Fi Mix


Released: 2005

Label: Fiberlineaudio (US)

(Also featured on Sony's ACIDPlanet remix contest)

"With an engaging vocal performance, catchy lyrics and a captivating acoustic guitar, 'Alien To Me' is wrapped in warmth and emotion. Brilliant." - Billboard Magazine


ALIEN TO ME (Simuck Excited Dub Remix)

ALIEN TO ME (Polare Remix)

ALIEN TO ME (Akatishia Remix)

Say hello to...

...Aaron Slater, a British pop singer/songwriter whose knack for creating infectious pop melodies and lyrical hooks has taken him and his music across Europe and the U.S. His acoustic song-writing and quirky R&B influences have a fresh pop-electro-rock sound that has already been compared to the likes of Mika, Justin Timberlake and Gnarls Barkley.

Born in rural Somerset, Aaron is the son of artist Linda Slater and blues singer/songwriter Michael 'Mutter' Slater - a member of the successful 70s folk band Stackridge, famed for having played twice at the first Glastonbury Festival. With 80s pop, Motown and blues permanently on the stereo, and every room filled with guitars, four-track recorders and synths, the Slater family home revolved around music - even his grandmother worked in a record shop and still does!

Inspired by the Britpop era in 1996, Aaron formed a guitar band and tirelessly began writing songs and, after creating hundreds of original compositions and a promising early demo, was asked to record a professional recording for Interscope Records in Los Angeles. With positive feedback, Aaron lined up support slots with pop-hopefuls Electrasy (Columbia) and Elliot Green (Playtime) on tour across England's university circuit.

In 2002, Aaron's music career changed direction and took him to London where he began performing as a solo singer/songwriter on the acoustic circuit. Spotted by singer, Mark Owen, Aaron was asked to co-write and audition to be a guitarist on his next solo album, but as Take That reformed, the album project was shelved.

2005 saw Aaron's music feature on the BBC Sports Review Of The Year television programme which, along with sudden online interest via internet radio stations, scored him a worldwide recording contract with American record label Fiberlineaudio who released singles 'Alien To Me' and Super Natural. Picked up by Nick Warren and Jody Wisternoff of Way Out West, Alien To Me became a regular track in their DJ sets at Space in Ibiza, the Miami WMC 2006 and John Digweed's show on Kiss FM. In the U.S. the track was reviewed in Billboard Magazine as "An engaging vocal performance, catchy lyrics and a captivating acoustic guitar. Brilliant".

By 2009, Popshop, 1 2 One Management and Universal Music had got behind Aaron Slater's career as a solo artist and recording sessions began on his debut album. Working with renowned pop writer-producer Will Simms, the 5-track Miss Opportunity EP gave a hint of things to come.

Next Live Show...


  • 333 Motherbar, Shoreditch, London
  • Bristol Harbour Festival
  • Hope & Anchor, Islington, London
  • The Cobden Club, London
  • Halfmoon, Putney, London
  • 229 Club, London
  • BBC West One Club @ BBC London Broadcasting House
  • OXJAM @ Mr Wolfs Noodle Bar, Bristol
  • The Remission Party, Sherborne
  • Joe Publics, Bristol
  • X Marks The Spot (supporting The Egg)
  • Bunch Of Grapes, Bristol
  • Bar Salt, Bristol
  • The Ropemakers, Bridport
  • Three Horseshoes, Bridport
  • Combe Lodge, Blagdon
  • Woods Wine Bar, Yeovil
  • Pineapple Thief in Brosely, Telford
  • X Marks The Spot, Green Park Tavern, Bath
  • The Kellaway, Horfield, Bristol
  • The Woodman, Bridport, Dorset
  • Xmas Marks The Spot, The Green Park Tavern, Bath
  • The Kellaway, Horfield, Bristol
  • Woods Wine Bar, Yeovil, Somerset (2-hr headling set)
  • The Green Park Tavern, Bath
  • The Louisiana, Bristol (supporting Icelandic band Leaves)
  • The Fleece, Bristol
  • Mr Wolfs Noodle Bar, Bristol
  • Sherborne Castle, Dorset
  • The Lemonheads fan club album launch, The Pleasure Unit, London E2
  • The Cavern, Exeter (South West Sound Music Conference)
  • Woods Wine Bar, Yeovil, Somerset
  • Bunch Of Grapes, Bristol (Easter acoustic in association with Venue)
  • The Louisiana, Bristol (with Le Scour and Furlined)
  • The Pop Academy Final Concert, Bristol
  • The Acoustic Session, Bunch Of Grapes, Bristol
  • The Croft, Bristol
  • Woods Wine Bar, Yeovil, Somerset
  • The Acoustic Session, Bunch Of Grapes, Bristol
  • Moles Club, Bath
  • Bunch Of Grapes, Bristol
  • The Fleece & Firkin, Bristol
  • The Croft, Bristol
  • Jimmies Bar, Kensington High St, London
  • The J Cubed, Islington, London
  • Durham University Summer Ball
  • Plymouth University
  • Birmingham University
  • The Queens Head, Easton, Bristol
  • The Basement, Rummer Bar, Bristol