Thursday, August 21, 2008

LA Riots - HOT Electro action

LA Riots is an electro production and DJ duo from LA. Well-known in LA for their amazing DJ sets, this duo is not to be overlooked. They already have an impressive slew of remixes under their belts, including work for such artists as Chromeo, Hot Chip, Kylie Minogue, Justice, The Ting Tings, Crystal Castles, Kid Sister, Le Castle Vania and Photek.

Available now is the mix CD, Electro 2, on Thrive Records, mixed by LA Riots. This mix includes tracks from LCD Soundsystem, The Bravery, Justice, Daft Punk, N.E.R.D. and more. They have also done a mix CD for Scion and are signed to Fool's Gold Records.

We'd like to share a couple of their remixes and original tracks with you. Grab these now!

Chromeo - Bonafied Lovin' (LA Riots remix) :: There are lots of remixes of this great track floating around the net, but few I actually recommend. This one stays true to the original while adding some fun and unique elements. I love the vocal chops and all the synth stabs. This is a really fun remix!

Justice feat. Uffie - The Party (LA Riots remix) :: Ah Justice. Hailed as the second coming of Daft Punk, Justice has blown up in the last couple of years with a live show that met with rave reviews. This track features the vocals of Uffie and the remix by LA Riots is intended for the dancefloors of the world. They did a great job of keeping the lyrics in tact and injecting their own flavor into the mix.

LA Riots feat. Jadis - If I Could :: This is a GREAT vocal electro track. Download and listen to this one right now. Fun to listen to in the club, at home, in the car, at get the picture. You'll have this track on repeat if you like it as much as I do!

LA Riots - Kill Bill :: Another LA Riots original production, Kill Bill is a fun track with some snippets from the movie in it.

Buy music from LA Riots on Itunes by clicking the button below:
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Be sure to also visit LA Riots on MySpace!

Also you can click here for a post on Le Castle Vania including the LA Riots remix of 'Trouble in Daylight'.

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