Although he’s already had some massive tours, L.A Riots still has time to make appearances at places such as the Yost Theater in the OC like he did this past Saturday.

To say that Mr. LeDisko had the crowd moving is a total understatement. Although the venue was filled with casual clubbers that wouldn’t necessarily be familiar with LA RIOTS as anything special, you wouldn’t have been able to tell from a “God’s Eye” perspective. Daniel progressivley built upon each song he dropped to make for a set that seemed well put together.

Variety is the keyword that described what I experienced that night. Some memorable songs that made appearances were Hardwell’s remix of Tiesto ft BT- Love Comes Again as well as Swedish House Mafia & Laidback Luke feat. Deborah Cox Leave the World Behind. He presented a rendition of Kaskade’s Turn It Down that made the crowd go absolutely nuts. Among the many remixes played, Daniel’s rendition of Emili Sande’s Daddy was one that immediately caught my attention and immediately gave me a good impression of what was to come. Filled with top tier house tracks and well thought out remixes, the set was amazing none the less. I left thoroughly impressed with what I had just witnessed, anxiously ready for the next time I’d see LA RIOTS.

Be expecting to hear more of LA RIOTS being talked about in the near future. With sets like Saturday’s it won’t be too long before LA Riots starts to headline bigger venues and is on the tongue of EDM fans everywhere.

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