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LA Riots & Druu Unveil Epic Tech House Track “You’re Telling Me” via NONSTOP Records

LA Riots returns to the dance scene unveiling his newest single “You’re Telling Me” in collaboration with rising New York based DJ & Producer, Druu via  Piero Pirupa’s label NONSTOP Records.

Filled with tantalizing female vocals that immediately hook the listener in, this tech house earworm comes complete with an incredible energizing build and a beautiful blend of complex synths, bass, and drums. This is LA Riots and Druu's first collaboration and hopefully not their last!  “You're Telling Me” is the perfect end of summer song that will get you dancing the night away at your next club show or festival!

About Druu:

Druu is a DJ and multi-faceted music producer based in NYC that is quickly rising through the scene. With the ability to pick up and play any major instrument (drums, guitar, piano, bass, etc.), His production and songwriting have put him on the map in 2021. Furthermore, he is no stranger to making people move on the dance floor, spinning multiple sold out and packed shows in NYC. He has opened for major acts like GryffinBROHUGCroatia Squad, and WestEnd. With tracks featured in Spotify’s editorial playlists Friday CratediggersDance Rising, and Mint, he has amassed over 6 million streams across tracks on Spotify and almost double that across all streaming platforms.

About LA Riots:

Over the last few years, LA Riots has taken his sound in an underground direction releasing a steady series of originals on respected house labels such as Mark Knight’s Toolroom RecordsGorgon City’s Realm RecordingsRoushSpinninConfession and Armada Deep. Upcoming releases are scheduled for Harry Romero’s Bambossa label as well as Yousef’s highly esteemed Circus Recordings. He’s also earned top listings on Spotify’s Housewerks and Mint playlists along with several others, resulting in millions of plays for his tracks.

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