AYOO is hitting all the right spots with their latest remix! Following up on their Apashe and Mike Revenge remixes, the Chicago brothers decide to dig in their memory banks and rework the unexpected and somewhat forgotten; Owl City and their hit saong FIREFLIES! Young Millennials every where can rejoice as probably one of the most nostalgic songs of the generation gets new life, revived for the dance floor. Ayoo this time breaks away from their typical bass house style and figured, drum n bass is the way to go for this remix. With just the right balance between a sentimental sing along and some heavy bass and percussion, fans can bounce back and forth between crying hysterically like Beatle fan girls, reminiscing on their high school haircuts, and raging with the bass. Already reaching 20k+ on soundcloud, we’d like to make ourselves believe, this song makes planet earth turn slowly.
Ayoo is back with another great remix to follow up from their Wolfbiter and Saladin remix releases! Picking one of their favorite DJ and producer Virtual Riot. The artist from Germany is a well established name in the electronic music community and more specifically in regards to bass music! He has performed festivals around the world and collaborated with popular names like Modestep, 12th Planet, DirtyPhonics, FuntCase and way more. From the GERMAN ENGINEERING EP, Ayoo pick out one of their favorite tracks CHOP CHOP, and turn the heavy riddim bass track into an energetic electro bass house beat.
Ayoo continues with their growth and experimentation with their sound and we are all here for it. We even got a closer idea of who their influences are for their music and sound in an interview with By The Wavs. Both Brothers naming mutiple artists, specific to no genre. From Dr. Fresch, Dom Dolla, AC Slater, Kid Cudi, Bone Thugs, Syn, Habstrakt, Excision and more, you can see why AYOO’s sound seems to be ever changing.
Recently releasing a huge collaboration piece dubbed FREAK OUT, and with a name quite commonly known in the Dubstep community. Rico Act performed and collaborated with acts such as Snails, DirtySnatcha, Sullivan King, Spag Heddy to name a few, and now Chicago’s very own AYOO works with the titan, as Benasis did a couple years earlier. Now this tracks name is to be taken seriously, because the three of them blended hip hop, and mid tempo bass to perfection. AYOO is no stranger to adding hip hop influence or vocals to their records, in fact you can hear the influence in all of their original tracks. This follows their remix of THE WAVE by WOLFBITER, and as you can see, another switch up in style as AYOO get bolder with their sound, what and who they work with.
TRUE G‘s stay true to their closest people and their city. They stay consistent with who they are and what they represent! Ayoo show their true colors with this their latest tune. Not only are they consistent with their excellent content but they rep Chicago hard, sticking to the local artist on this remix. Ayoo rocks the house music, rocks with the local artists and the city flag. Can you get more chi town than that?
If you love house music you would know Chicago is home to some of the best artists in the game like Saladin. Ayoo comes in and takes TRUE G‘s from his playlist, brings down the tempo a bit gives it a whole new attitude. Their sound gets more crisp as they go, they continue to improve with each release. Following their Lauryn Hill, Groove Delight remixes and having signed their single TIMELINE featuring RhymSter, another Chicago artist, to Artist Intellegence Agency; they have been riding that wave of momentum smoothly.
You know you better watch out! Ayoo is only about That Thing, That Thing making you dance hard and sing out loud. The Chicago brothers are back with a remix of yet another iconic artists song. For those of you that appreciate a good cross genre mashup this fusion of Hip Hop, Soul & Bass will have you jumping in excitement. If you do not live under a rock you would know Lauryn Hill‘s Doo Wop is one of the most recognizable tunes in Hip Hop & R&B. Ayoo, just like their remix of Future and the Weeknds Low Life, take the iconic song, strip it down, move the words around and add their signature low end bass house sound and turn a soulful tune into a dance floor sensation. Check this beat out and move that ass like you think it is a trend.