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Warning: RIOT’s Latest Track May Cause Excessive Neck Breakage

 

Calling all headbangers from near and far, we have a track for you; and just in time for you to add to your EDC road trip playlist.  RIOT, the now Los Angeles based duo, have been putting out banger after banger, gaining support from a multitude of artists, like legends Knife Party, Bassnectar, Excision, Zomboy, and many more.  The two have completely broke barriers in the time that they have been in the scene; with the ability the combine all sorts of sounds, RIOT has already scored top spots on Beatport for their Dubstep, Glitch, and Hip Hop tracks.  Not only have the climbed the music ladder at an exceptional speed, but they also have their own curated festival brand, Riot Festival.

Tom Davidson & Daniel Magid of RIOT are no strangers to producing, they have been putting out banger after banger over the course of a year.  They have had some huge collabs with some of the scenes biggest names like Apashe, Kayzo, remixed tracks from Knife Party and Black Tiger Sex Machine, as well has playing Nocturnal last year.  Kevin and Mike have shown that they are very versatile and talented when it comes to producing.  One moment you will be breaking your neck to a track, and another drop will kick in and you’ll be shuffling around.  We are always excited to hear music like this; tracks that can change it up yet still flow together perfectly.

Their latest release on Monstercat does exactly that.  Disorder goes hard, really hard.  The first half of the song has a very heavy Dubstep feel; neck breakers from the very first drop.  Towards the end of the track they change it up on us and throw in a drop that will have you getting down with your bad self; while still keeping you going hard.  Disorder is a track we can definitely imagine losing ourselves to at the Basspod, where the wubs are heavy and the vibes are incredible.  Monstercat is continuously putting out amazing music, not just heavy bangers like Disorder, but more feel good ones as well.  This is another reason why Monstercat is one of our absolute favorite labels; just like RIOTS track Disorder, they keep things fresh and change it up with the music they release.

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