Sneaker Freaker Ayres sits down with the down-under Nike heads
The New Yorker Critic’s Notebook writes up Flashing Lights
XXL DJ Ayres Interview “Just don’t call em mash-ups”
The New York TimesHouston for Dummies encapsulates the stylistic progression from the raw early rhymes of the seminal Geto Boys to the slow-mo style that later emerged, “chopped and screwed.”
Oxford American “The hottest dj in Brooklyn is a mild-mannered whiteboy from Mississippi named Ayres Haxton, Jr.”
SpinIt’s The Motherfucking Remix CD” in “Heavy Rotation”
MTV “One of the best-kept secrets on the New York party circuit right now is DJ crew The Rub”
Village Voice Best of 2004 – “Best party in Brooklyn to dance sweatily to smart music – The Rub”
New York Press Best of 2004 – “Best party in New York City”
BPM “The best 3 man team working”
FADER “Mashups? Try essays on musical chronology and geography, ruminations on Southern hip-hop, Bill Withers and one drop reggae.”
Urb Guest reviews – DJ Ayres picks six future hip-hop classics
RE:UP “Over the years The Rub has hosted the hottest throw-down around”
Rinse “The Rub has snowballed into… well, everything!”
Spray “Derriere The Rub se cache un collectif de djs new-yorkais…”
The Wire – Hip-House 2 Review
Bedroom Rockers Photography book with large format pictures of DJs’ home setups
Vice Hip-House article
Urb Guest reviews – DJ Ayres picks six future hip-hop classics
XLR8R Guest reviews – DJ Ayres & Cosmo Baker write about their favorite Hip-House singles
Vapors “ill remixes covering everything from the Ghostbusters theme song to Eric B and Rakim”
Vapors “Hello, my name is…”
Hip-Hop Connection Hip-House review in the leading UK Hip-Hop magazine
The New York Times “DJ Ayres has quietly become one of New York’s best mixtape D.J.’s.” Interview and Mix [MP3] from The Rub
Baby Loves Disco in the New York Times (link) PDF /JPEG
DJ Ayres Interview in Swedish Paper

April 5th, 2010Categories: Press