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Check out this weeks beat submission with an extraordinarily unique sound, coming all the way from France.
In a Roy Ayers Project exclusive, the collective of Alexis Davis gives us a free download of their latest tribute to Roy Ayers.
During the cold of winter, Berkeley producer Ion the Prize lays down a great soundtrack while sampling Roy Ayers.
The introduction of 70|30.
We have had some highs and lows over the past few weeks, but no matter what happens, it’s always important to keep moving forward.
We invite all of New York to join us as we debut our Documentary Preview with the world.
We have some great milestones coming up, and we are asking you to share them with us. Check out our upcoming events!
The Jazz Heritage Center and The Roy Ayers Project (70|30) invite you… Roy Ayers Is… A special preview Screening of the Roy Ayers Documentary, currently in progress. There…
Today we represent Sao Paolo and London because producer Garoa Fina gives us his beat submission of the uptempo Roy Ayers classic “Can’t You See Me”.
Our first female beat submission representer comes from the I.E. Lets welcome the soulful sound of Yung Miss, using Roy Ayers and Wayne Henderson for her inspiration.
The smooth sounds of the well traveled producer Dutchmassive represents this weeks beat submission soundtrack.
Today we travel to Japan, as Shuten gives us his interpretation of Roy Ayers’ “warm vibes”.
Today marks the anniversary of the new royayersproject.com, and we use this time to reflect, celebrate, and move forward.
We would like to take this time to address our followers and supporters, and to preview what is in the future for the Roy Ayers Project.
The Roy Ayers Project presents our second volume of our Beat Submissions Compilation, featuring producers from all over the world, available for free download.
As we make strides every day, the Roy Ayers Project brings you up to date with the latest.
Today we play favorites as we highlight Roy Ayers Project (70/30) producer REL, as he uses an unconventional Roy Ayers song to create his beat submission.
This week, we shine the light on Bakersfield, Ca. where the young phenom Orijanus is using Roy Ayers as his inspiration.