Bass | AYOO Shares Explosive Party Sound In Rico Act Collaboration “Freak Out”

Posted by on February 3, 2020

AYOO’s “Freak Out,” featuring Rico Act, highlights some of what makes the group a captivating movement coming out of the heartland. The single is not for the faint of heart, genre changes, hard percussion samples, and an energetic propulsion make up much of the fun properties here. Imagining this in a party setting is easy and that’s no accident.

The taco-craving brothers have been loving and involved in music since childhood. Feeding off each other creativily, the two compound their wit and hunger to push the brand forward. With music and a identity that pull’s in new things to makes a bigger unique experience is apart of what makes AYOO great.

Bass, House | AYOO Flips Groove Delight’s “G4nj4” Into A Heavy House Hitter

Posted by on June 22, 2019

Looping in jungle elements, classic and tech house, massive build ups, and hard-hitting 128BPM drops, AYOO knows what it takes to make an infectious remix stick. The many moods that AYOO is able to stitch together is impressive. Alongside this, the brother duo give ‘space’ for things like dub vocals to play their part in the track as well as showcase particularly strong blended sounds and transitions. AYOO nails a vibe that’s all their own here and clearly show solid professionalism through both look and sound.

AYOO are following up performances at Spring Awakening and openings for acts like Birthdayy Partyy in Chicago. The duo have acclaimed tens of thousands of plays across their streaming channels and capture a truly multi-genre sound that typically utilize heavy bass and house elements. Their rise and current direction makes them a duo to keep an eye on.

Bass | AYOO Inject Their Style Into Lauryn Hill Classic “Doo Wop”

Posted by on February 15, 2019

AYOO made their presence well-known in 2018, with a slew of releases and performances alongside Malaa, AC Slater, Phlegmatic Dogs and Volac. As a brother duo, their style is multi-dimensional and typically falls on the heavier side of bass and house. Remixing the classic “Doo Wop” by Lauren Hill, AYOO once again highlights their versatility by throwing together multiple sub-genres in a single release on this one. The tune is stitched together in a fitting and organic manner, making it easy and inviting to throw down. AYOO is certain to have more releases coming down the pipeline with “Doo Wop (AYOO Remix)” only symbolizing the start.


Bass | AYOO Add Serious Bass Into Future’s “Low Life” In New Remix

Posted by on November 26, 2018

AYOO blend ominous vibes with the powerful soul of The Weeknd’s hit single, “Low Life.” As a combination of tech-house, electro, and bass-house, the release possesses an energetic, dark, and powerful feel that adequately compliments the top-line of the original. AYOO’s transformation of “Low Life,” with ample levels of bass, will certainly ignite listeners who take a shot.

AYOO, a duo based out of Chicago, developed a love for music at an early age. Having grown up in the veritable “home of house music,” they were naturally drawn toward EDM and bass music. Over the years, James and Eric have won several DJ competitions and went on to play consecutive performances at Spring Awakening in 2017 and 2018. Having displayed steadfast perseverance, the two are poised for success.