"Poldoore somehow manages to utilize all the core elements of the original ‘Aymo’ while still adding his own flair and depth to the song. The familiar piano chord progression, the oud (Arabic lute) and Kweli’s vocals all feature heavily in the remix but feel even more full and present than in the source track."
"The Oakland creative Sidecar Tommy took on that very track and flipped it into his own special treasure, one that we’re cherishing right along side you in its premiere here. His take is a bit more glitchy and bass-driven than the original, making it the ultimate energetic counterpart."
-THE MUSIC NINJA
"In his remix of “Aymo,” Kotek, leaves some of the Balkan-influenced nuances intact, strips down much of the instrumentation. Instead, he infuses his own offbeat style, adding huge bass kicks between glitchy synth stabs and reforms the tune into a raucous, unique number."
"The original already brings together funk, jazz and hip-hop, but Russ Liquid adds some extra bounce with his remix. Balkan Bump brings the sitar and then Russ Liquid adds some extra horns and drums, to bring out an even better sound on his remix."