Dave Matthias opens up his Club City mix with the Michael Gray remix of Ayah Marar’s “Beg Borrow Steal.” His Club City mix series features the latest and greatest in electronic music, and we are excited to see Ayah’s latest single being featured! Check out the mix below.
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Music blog, Want Tickets just featured the latest video for Ayah Marar’s single “Beg Borrow Steal.” It’s safe to say that they are digging the video and single. Want Tickets commented about Ayah’s presence within the music scene calling “Her voice has become iconic in UK house and underground and is beginning to break out even further as her original work gains more light.” You can check out the original post on want tickets here.
Our friends at Fresh New Tracks featured the Ravi B remix of the critically acclaimed single “Loving You” by Matt Cardle & Melanie C. The up and comer, Ravi B. provides “Loving You” with a radio ready remix. Infectious and massive, Ravi B. proves to be a strong contender in the remix game, and we can’t wait to see what else he does. Check out FNT’s full feature here.
Ayah Marar’s video for “Beg Borrow Steal” is really starting to heat up on the internet, and is currently on the front page of Vevo! If you haven’t already seen the video, well you can head over to vevo.com and click on the Ayah Marar banner at the top to view the video. You can also check it out below.
the DSK CHK remix of Matt Cardle & Melanie C’s “Loving You” peaked earlier today at #1 on Hype Machine‘s Twitter Charts. The track beat out Britney Spears, Flux Pavilion, Lady Gaga, and many others. The very dancey electro mix is the first of many other remixes coming from the track on an EP set to release soon on Radikal. For now, you can check out the track over on Hype Machine and give it a like while you’re at it. Let’s keep this track up there!.
The great people at Earmilk have featured Ayah again, and this time it’s for her new video for “Beg Borrow Steal.” One comment Earmilk made regarding the vocals and video content: “Her breathy, and solidly rooted vocals soar above the beat as the music video shows what could lead to misery and chaos, but in the end the random events, and troubled love stories reconnect in a surprising and ultimately satisfying way.” You’ll just have to watch the video to see what happens. Check it out below, and read the rest of Earmilk’s feature here.