Tittsworth and I just released this huge compilation on T&A Records, with help from Dave Nada, Bro Safari, Craze, LeDoom, Vamos Promo and a bunch of our favorite producers. And it’s free!
Download the entire compilation as a Zip at
The Freshest just dropped a new live video! Ain’t nobody fresher…
In related news, I’ll be spinning with Rico Uno from The Freshest this Friday at Fortune in Vancouver. And Saturday I’m at Hi-Fi Club in Calgary partying with Smalltown DJs, whose Good People EP with Grandtheft drops tomorrow! Clique, clique, clique…
Late Pass here, but DJ Ayres has kinda taken over the internet with the launch of his new podcast “Small Talk.” Ayres goes through his rolodex and interviews some of his favorite personalities in music and entertainment. Seriously, there are NO topics off limits here. We’re obsessed with these already.
The latest one featured one of our buddies Dances With White Girls. He’s one of the most unique personalities we know and this interview is just too good. Follow @dances on Twitter for pretty much the best feed in the game.
The inaugural Podcast featured Los Angeles native and incredibly talented producer/DJ Them Jeans
*** UPDATE – THIS HAS BEEN POSTPONED ***
For those interested, DJ Ayres will be playing a special set tonight at a Halloween party/fundraiser. Proceeds go to charity and from the looks of it, this should be one insane party!
Advance Tickets through EventBrite HERE
Check out the party’s fantastic promo video:
DJ Ayres & DJ Eleven select some of their current favorites for the August episode of Rub Radio!
Poolside – Golden Hour
The Magician feat. Jeppe – I Don’t Know What to Do feat. Jeppe
Misun – July
Ricky Blaze – Crash The Party feat. Chelley
Flosstradamus – Hood Fantasy
2 Chainz – Birthday Song feat. Kanye West
Meek Mill – Flexin’ On Em
The Cataracs – Cantaloupe
Schoolboy Q – Party
Lil Wayne – My Homies feat. Big Sean
French Montana – Pop That feat. Rick Ross & Lil Wayne
Waka Flocka Flame – I Don’t Really Care feat. Tray Songz
Freddo Fuori – Master at Work (Real El Canario / Munchi Remix)
Neoteric & Wax Motif – Go Deep (Torro Torro Remix)
T.E.E.D. – Your Love
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Clubfeet – Last Words (Dimitri From Paris Remix)
Fashen – Ecstasy
A.Dd+ – Mary Go (DJ Eleven remix)
Santigold – Disparate Youth
T.I. – Go Get It
Rick Ross ft. Meek Mill – So Sophisticated
Driicky Graham – Snap Backs & Tattoos
Meek Mill ft. Young Chris – House Party
Kanye West – Mercy (RL Grimes & Salva Edit)
David Banner x Baauer – Like A Harlem Pimp (Steve1der Blend)
Juicy J ft. 2 Chainz & Lil Wayne – Bandz A Make Her Dance
Yuna – Live Your Life (DJ Ayres & Scott Melker Remix)
Rihanna – Where Have You Been (Jr. Blender Reggae Remix)
Hot Chip – Look At Where We Are (Major Lazer Remix)
Para One – Empire
Ginuwine – Pony / 50 Cent – Ayo Technology (instrumental)
The-Dream Feat. Pusha T – Dope Chick
Frank Ocean – Pyramids
Lot of buzz lately surrounding Yuna, whose recent collaboration with Pharrell on her debut album as put her on the map. DJ Ayres was asked to remix her track “Live Your Life” and did so with the help of NYC tastemaker and Rub collaborator Scott Melker. The result is sublime and is now available to download for free below.
On Sunday we played at our other favorite party, the Do-Over, at Dekalb Market in Brooklyn. The top secret lineup was Pete Rock, DJ Spinna, Monk One and The Rub, and over 2000 people came out despite a forecast for rain. But the weather held out and everyone slayed it, with The Rub batting clean up as the sun went down. Huge shouts to everyone who came out and danced, ate, had a drink or 6, and showed so much love. Be on the look out for another big party at Dekalb later this month. – DJ Ayres
Shout out to The Focus Camp for all of these photos!
New mix from DJ Ayres for the site Aritzia. Terrific set of tunes that really showcase many new and current artists.
From Ayres: “Here’s a brand new mix of deepness for Aritzia! For this one I put together a set of electronic music with R&B vocals, R&B music with electronic production, and moody UK beats. Very post-future. Everything here is newish with the exception of Dreamer G.”
Tracklist after the jump.