2018 EPK

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A lot has happened since LA Riots introduced a bawdy blend of Indie Rock, Alt Dance & Electro music to the world in 2007.

LA Riots had reinvented a sound that melded influences of techno, house and drum n’ bass. The fans received their productions with open arms, the world took note, LA Riots had arrived. They accomplished what eludes so many in the genre; maintaining their underground credibility while remixing some of music's premier pop and rock labels.

Over the years their broad musical scope has led to plays from the top DJs in the game. These accolades from fellow DJs have put them on the speed dial of A&R teams to shine up pop and rock remixes for major labels such as Warner Bros., Virgin, Tommy Boy and Interscope. LA Riots production is varied, but their quality control and precision in the studio creates a big room sound that translates the party straight to the dance floors.

It is those same high-profile productions that have prompted them to land even higher profile gigs and playing festivals and clubs around the world.

After a short break to creatively define the future of the duo John and Daniel are back and ready to release a slew of new music in 2018 by getting an early jump with their latest release of a remix of Tricky’s “Running Wild” and another of The Chainsmokers’ “The One”. Their dual single called House Philosophy / Ladies man is currently out now on Insomniac Records . Next in line are releases on Psycho Disco, Country Club Disco, Sweat It Out, Be One and more . Stay dialed in with the boys over 2018 as you’ll be hearing much more music infiltrating your dance floors and playlists soon.





With more original music on the way, this new expansion in their musical catalog is a living testament to LA Riots’ explorative vitality, a characteristical energy that has continued to captivate their global fanbase since the beginning.
— Dancing Astronaut
The double-track feature is reminiscent of their timeless yet catchy style, packed with thick bass lines, edgy rhythms and bouncy hi-hats. The duo is ready to carry on their unground roots straight to the top with these infectious hits
— Magnetic Mag