Known as one of Monstercat's veteran artists, Los Angeles-based duo RIOT - consisting of  Tom Davidson and Daniel Magid - have built their solid fanbase from the ground up through their unmatched sound design and crazy skill sets. Their incredible knowledge of the music world has brought them to be in contact with some of the heavyweights of bass music including SLANDER, Kayzo, and Dirtyphonics and labels such as Dim Mak and Insomniac Records. It

Smashing the summer with tracks like 'Red Summer' and 'Meet Me At The Party', Holiday is back with something fresh. The Los Angeles based producer has teamed up with good friend Cell to release their new collaboration 'Riot' , which is available now to stream. The pair have worked together on a number of tracks, and come back as one to

One of the most diverse and creative duos out there is, without a doubt, SLANDER. The two Americans from Los Angeles have released tracks in pretty much all kinds of bass music there are. From happy trap tunes in 'Gud Vibrations' with NGHTMRE to recently released dubstep banger 'Kneel Before Me' with Crankdat - SLANDER can do it all. Now, the two have flipped there sound once again. SLANDER teamed

Three Los Angeles-based talents recently joined forces to produce one of the finest dubstep releases today. Hayden Capuozzo, or better known as KAYZO, teamed up with Israeli duo RIOT for the earth-shattering new record titled “Wake Up”. Since breaking through the electronic music scene, KAYZO has established himself as one of the most creative and versatile producers in the business. Especially

RIOT are currently under going their biggest surge of recognition and popularity. A well-earned and deserved transition into the gleaming spotlight of the electronic dance music scene. Founded in February of 2012 the duo, formally known as Tom Davidson and Daniel Magid, have since delved into the sub-genre's of Future Bass, Trap, Dubstep and Electro House, to great success. Now with 26 tracks

Dubstep duo, RIOT, have made some serious waves in the world of social media over the past week. While their electro house track "Party 44" has received major praise for its musical composition, with it's catchy riffs and club-banger status, it's their music video for the single that really brought them into the limelight. Supported by the likes of Knife Party,