LA Riots signed a residency with Tryst and XS about a year ago and have experienced some unbelievable success from the craziness that is Sin City. Yesterday, LA Riots released a promotional mix announcing their latest residency at Vessel in San Francisco. The mix packs giant songs like “Spaceman” and “Toulouse” along with his own, all perfectly combined into one convient package available for free download. If you’re lucky enough to be in SF tomorrow, tickets are now available for preorder.
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