Virtual Riot
Virtual Riot

Virtual Riot

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USAElectronic, Dubstep
572,810 monthly listeners

Virtual Riot's Top Spotify Songs

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Pleasure Seeker - Virtual Riot Remix
29.5K streams
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Energy Drink
28.2K streams
3
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Nasty
23.4K streams
4
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RAVEN
21.8K streams
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Lost It - VIP
20.1K streams
29.5K
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28.2K
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23.4K
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21.8K
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17.8K
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We Don't Play

12th Planet, Bandlez, Barely Alive, Chibs, Dirtyphonics, Dodge & Fuski, Eliminate, Fox Stevenson, Infekt, Modestep, MVRDA, Myro, OLIVERSE, PhaseOne, SampliFire, Terravita, Virus Syndicate, Virtual Riot
15.3K
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14.8K
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14.7K
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12.2K
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Virtual Riot's YouTube Videos

22.4M
Views
Datsik & Virtual Riot - Nasty
Youtube
22.4M views
Dec 04, 2016
20.8M
Views
[Electro House] Virtual Riot - Energy Drink
Youtube
20.8M views
Mar 28, 2013
13.3M
Views

Virtual Riot - Idols (EDM Mashup) (Official Video)

Virtual Riot

Virtual Riot - Idols (EDM Mashup) (Official Video)
Youtube
13.3M views
Jan 10, 2013

Virtual Riot's Top Spotify Playlists in the past 3 Months

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Dubstep Don
by Spotify
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Dubstep 2024
by Spotify
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Rocktronic
by Spotify
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Dubstep Bangers 2024 🔥
by Spotify
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LOBBYHOES
by Spotify
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Virtual Riot's Chart Ranks

Past 12 Months

Events110 Events

Oct
03
Virtual Riot at Soundcheck
United States
USA
, Washington0 - 500 Club
Nov
23
Virtual Riot at The Midway
United States
USA
, San Francisco1200 - 2500 Hall
Dec
07
Virtual Riot at Uptown Theater Minneapolis
United States
USA
, Minneapolis0 - 500 Hall
Jun
22-23
Beyond Wonderland at The Gorge
United States
USA
, QuincyN/A N/A
Past
Jun
08
Virtual Riot at The Vanguard Orlando
United States
USA
, Orlando500 - 1200 Club
Past
May
17-19
Electric Daisy Carnival - Las Vegas
United States
USA
, Las VegasN/A N/A
Past
Apr
26-27
Empire Music Festival
Guatemala
GTM
, Villa CanalesN/A N/A
Past
Mar
31
Dirt Monkey at Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre
United States
USA
, Morrison5000 - 10000 Public / Outdoor
Past

Virtual Riot's Upcoming Events3 Events

  • Virtual Riot at Soundcheck

    Virtual Riot, Moore Kismet, Franky Nuts
    Soundcheck
    USA, Washington
    Club0 - 500
  • Virtual Riot at The Midway

    Virtual Riot
    The Midway
    USA, San Francisco
    Hall1.2K - 2.5K
  • Virtual Riot at Uptown Theater Minneapolis

    Virtual Riot, Tokyo Machine
    Uptown Theater Minneapolis
    USA, Minneapolis
    Hall0 - 500

Virtual Riot's Past Events107 Events

  • Beyond Wonderland at The Gorge festival

    Zedd, Deorro, Dillon Francis, Shaquille O'Neal a.k.a DJ Diesel, Wuki, Dimension, Alison Wonderland, Rezz, SIDEPIECE, Disco Lines, Matroda, BISCITS, Crankdat, Odd Mob, TroyBoi, Audien, Sullivan King, Adventure Club, Delta Heavy, Virtual Riot, Dabin, Dombresky, CID, Max Styler, Kayzo, MARTEN HØRGER, OMNOM, Riot Ten, AC Slater, Andy C, Basstripper, Josh Butler, Reaper, Shiba San, Of The Trees, Jessica Audiffred, Sam Divine, ARMNHMR, SampliFire, Kaivon, Boogie T, Gene Farris, SIPPY, Midnight Tyrannosaurus, YDG, OLIVERSE, Nostalgix, Tobehonest, Calcium, Pauline Herr, saka, Smoakland, Cherry Tooth, miss dre, FAME Sounds, VRG, Haylee Wood, option4, Poni, Graymatter, Hyperfunk, Alex Bosi
    USA, Quincy
    Medium
  • Virtual Riot at The Vanguard Orlando

    Virtual Riot, Jessica Audiffred
    The Vanguard Orlando
    USA, Orlando
    Club500 - 1.2K
  • Electric Daisy Carnival - Las Vegas festival

    David Guetta, DJ Snake, Tiësto, Martin Garrix, Lost Frequencies, Zedd, Diplo, Armin Van Buuren, FISHER, Alesso, Steve Aoki, Purple Disco Machine, Peggy Gou, Vintage Culture, John Summit, HUGEL, Timmy Trumpet, Dom Dolla, Deadmau5, Deorro, SLANDER, Dillon Francis, Illenium, Gryffin, Benny Benassi, Eric Prydz, Sofi Tukker, Sub Focus, Kaskade, Paul van Dyk, Deborah De Luca, Matt Sassari, Sara Landry, Maddix, Acraze, Majestic, LF SYSTEM, Four Tet, Carl Cox, Wuki, Subtronics, Argy, Excision, Jamie Jones, Hannah Laing, Angerfist, Lilly Palmer, Wilkinson, ÖWNBOSS, Da Tweekaz, Alison Wonderland, Hedex, Ferry Corsten, Boys Noize, Adam Beyer, Zomboy, Westend, KREAM, Green Velvet, Matroda, Infected Mushroom, Crankdat, TroyBoi, Klangkuenstler, Paul Oakenfold, Nghtmre, J. Worra, Cassian, Indira Paganotto, HI-LO, Markus Schulz, Oden & Fatzo, Sub Zero Project, Giuseppe Ottaviani, Kevin de Vries, Wade, Valentino Khan, Svdden Death, Cristoph, Adventure Club, LIL TEXAS, Warface, Virtual Riot, Hamdi, Yotto, Camden Cox, Dabin, Malone, Aly & Fila, Andrew Rayel, Blastoyz, Sound Rush, Wooli, Andruss, Max Styler, DJ HEARTSTRING, San Pacho, Kayzo, Mind Against, Nifra, D-Sturb, Deadly Guns, Atmozfears, Kai Wachi, Joseph Capriati, Riordan, Culture Shock, OMNOM, Tape B, Ghastly, LSDREAM, Yosuf, Nicole Moudaber, Will Clarke, MitiS, Shiba San, Space Laces, Kasablanca, Shlømo, Grigoré, Calussa, Orjan Nilsen, Deeper Purpose, Talla 2XLC, Mark Sixma, Luttrell, Level Up, HAAi, Wasted Penguinz, Devault, Melé, Devin Wild, Kevin Saunderson, M.A.N.D.Y., Bryan Kearney, HoneyLuv, GRAVEDGR, Skin On Skin, MUST DIE!, Andrew Bayer, Adrenalize, Boogie T, Marauda, KhoMha, East End Dubs, VTSS, Justin Jay, Mersiv, Marcel Dettmann, Caspa, John 00 Fleming, LAYZ, Prunk, Alchimyst, Hixxy, Emorfik, Panteros666, Ninajirachi, Ben Sterling, Audiofreq, Taylor Torrence, zuezeu, Airwolf Paradise, Nightstalker, Ranger Trucco, Brina Knauss, Deejay Sven, Helen Ka, Fleur Shore, Levenkhan, Zen Freeman, Jyoty, MIYUKI, Lady Faith, FrostTop, Ivy, Metta & Glyde, DJ Minx, Sally C, Mary Droppinz, GEO, Bianca Oblivion, Khiva, Skellism a.k.a DJ Death Code, VUlllGUR, Pocket, Darksiderz, RemK, Joluca, Kreation, Naz, SOREN, Marlie, D. Zeledon, Gavin G, Hivemind, Hint of Lavender, Domina, Richter
    USA, Las Vegas
    Mega
  • Empire Music Festival festival

    Fuerza Regida, Yandel, Afrojack, YOVNGCHIMI, Tokischa, Kevin Kaarl, LATIN MAFIA, Sam Feldt, Benny Benassi, Paul van Dyk, Elsa Y Elmar, Virtual Riot, Giorgia Angiuli, Frontliner, Bohemia Suburbana, Marco Faraone, Matthias Tanzmann, El Clubo, Le Twins, Juliet Fox, Victor Calderone, DISTO, Binaryh, Ale Q, Tektonauts, Armandd G, Pako Rodriguez, Alex Slider, Raffy Peyré, Roberto Ruano, Chivo, May-Lynn, Nico Falla
    GTM, Villa Canales
    Big
  • Dirt Monkey at Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre

    Virtual Riot, Barely Alive, Dirt Monkey, Jantsen, G-Space
    Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre
    USA, Morrison
    Public / Outdoor5K - 10K

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Virtual Riot's Beatport Songs

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Artist Name
One For All, All For One (Original Mix)
Released on Jun 21, 2013
2
Artist Name
Fork Funeral (Original Mix)
Released on Sep 10, 2021
3
Artist Name
Sugar Rush (Barely Alive Remix)
Released on Nov 25, 2013
4
Artist Name
Borg (Original Mix)
Released on May 02, 2016
5
Artist Name
Codename X (Virtual Riot Remix)
Released on Jan 11, 2016

One For All, All For One (Original Mix)

Virtual Riot, Razihel

Sugar Rush (Barely Alive Remix)

Virtual Riot, Barely Alive

How We Roll (Original Mix)

Infekt, Dodge & Fuski, 12th Planet, Virus Syndicate, Terravita, Dirtyphonics, PhaseOne, Modestep, Virtual Riot, Eliminate, Barely Alive, Fox Stevenson, SampliFire, Myro, Graphyt, ECRAZE, OLIVERSE, Bandlez, Chibs, MVRDA

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      Overview of Dubstep musician Virtual Riot

      American dubstep and electronic music artist Virtual Riot is from Los Angeles. His music is well-known for its powerful basslines, exciting drops, and complex sound design. Virtual Riot is a versatile musician whose distinctive sound is a fusion of several genres, including Dubstep, Drum and Bass, and Electro House. He is renowned for his ability to generate an exciting environment at live performances and for the strong energy that characterizes his music.

      Major record labels like Monstercat and Disciple have included Virtual Riot's music, and he has worked with well-known figures in the electronic music community. Additionally, he has published a number of EPs and songs, building a devoted fan base among music lovers of the genre. Virtual Riot is a unique artist in the Electronic music field because of his music, which is a reflection of his love for crafting original and exciting music.

      Virtual Riot is an accomplished artist who has had a big impact on the Dubstep and Electronic music scenes, in general. His distinctive voice and charisma have won him a devoted fan base, and his music continues to enthrall listeners all over the world.

      What are the most popular songs for Dubstep musician Virtual Riot?

      American electronic artist Virtual Riot is well-known. He is from Los Angeles. Some of his most well-known songs are "Energy Drink", "Nasty", "Pray For Riddim", "Paper Planes", "Warriors of the Night", "In My Head", "Evil Gameboy", "Nothing", "We're Not Alone", and "We Don't Play".

      With powerful bass drops and Virtual Riot's distinctive dubstep sound, "Energy Drink" is a fast-paced song. With its catchy vocal samples and upbeat pace, "Nasty" has a more melodic tone and is a fan favorite. Another dubstep track that highlights Virtual Riot's capacity to produce powerful and dynamic soundscapes is "Pray For Riddim".

      Aside from "In My Head," "Paper Planes," and "Warriors of the Night," other well-known songs also incorporate Virtual Riot's distinctive fusion of electronic and dubstep components. The music "Evil Gameboy" stands out because it combines samples from old-school video games with strong bass and glitchy effects. The more laid-back, downtempo track "Nothing" demonstrates Virtual Riot's musical range.

      Finally, the energetic dubstep tracks "We're Not Alone" and "We Don't Play" are excellent for getting the crowd moving. Virtual Riot is known for his accomplished production abilities and his capacity to write passionate, memorable songs that reflect his own style.

      What are the latest songs and music albums for Dubstep musician Virtual Riot?

      The American dubstep and electronic music producer Virtual Riot has recently been quite active in releasing new tracks. Fans have been buzzing about his most recent album, "Simulation (Deluxe Version) (2022)," which is an enhanced version of his album "Simulation" from 2021. His distinctive approach is on display on the record, which combines powerful basslines with catchy synths and complex sound design. While some songs—like "Shelter"—are more experimental, others—like "Lost in Your Love"—have a greater mainstream appeal.

      Virtual Riot has been releasing new singles along with the album. His fans have taken notice of the songs "Too Complicated (Virtual Riot Remix) (2023)" and "Pleasure Seeker (2023)". While the latter is an original production with haunting vocals and a captivating beat, the former is a remix of a Krewella song that Virtual Riot adds his own touch to.

      A remix of a Barely Alive & Eliminate song called "Spacetime (Virtual Riot Remix) (2022)" is another noteworthy release. The tune has a futuristic vibe to it, with huge drops and glitchy sound elements that will get any crowd moving. The sample pack "Spicy Riddim Drums Vol. 2 [Sample Pack Demo] (2022)" by Virtual Riot also includes a variety of drum hits and loops that producers can utilize in their own creations.

      Virtual Riot has been active with a range of releases, including remixes and original works. His ability as a producer is demonstrated by the way his music is constantly changing. Listening to his most recent tracks and album is highly recommended for fans of electronic and dubstep music.

      Which are the most important music performances and festival appearances for Dubstep musician Virtual Riot?

      Los Angeles-based musician Virtual Riot has played in a number of music festivals and venues all around the world. Tomorrowland Belgium, Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas, Sziget Festival, Parookaville, and Electric Daisy Carnival in Mexico are just a few of the top festivals where Virtual Riot has performed. Virtual Riot was able to introduce his distinctive electronic music style to a wide audience at Tomorrowland Belgium. In the meanwhile, he captivated the crowd at Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas with his dubstep beats and commanding stage presence.

      Additionally, Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre, Printworks, Hollywood Palladium, Stubb's Austin, and The Crofoot Ballroom are just a few of the prestigious places where Virtual Riot has performed. Virtual Riot stunned the crowd with an amazing performance at Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre. The crowd danced all night long to his beats during his performance at the Hollywood Palladium, which was equally well received.

      Virtual Riot has played at many additional festivals and venues throughout the world in addition to these prestigious ones. His concert at the Electric Forest Festival in Michigan and his appearance at the Creamfields Festival in the UK are two of his other noteworthy performances. Additionally, Virtual Riot has performed in a number of nightclubs and music venues around the US, including the Webster Hall in New York City and the Exchange LA in Los Angeles.

      Overall, Virtual Riot's appearances at different festivals and settings highlight his musical prowess and adaptability. His distinct fusion of electronic and dubstep music has enthralled listeners all over the world, and his commanding onstage presence has elevated him to the top of the music scene.

      Which are the most important collaborations with other musicians for Dubstep musician Virtual Riot?

      In the electronic and dubstep music scenes, Virtual Riot has worked with a number of musicians. His work with Datsik on the songs "Nasty" and "Warriors of the Night" is among his most recognized collaborations. Both tracks' powerful bass lines and dramatic drops highlight their respective artists' distinctive talents and have made them fan favorites.

      Another noteworthy collaboration is on the song "In My Head" with PRXZM. In contrast to Virtual Riot's typical strong drops and hard bass, this track has a more melodic and uplifting vibe. The tune is made even better by PRXZM's vocals, which elevate it to the top of Virtual Riot's discography.

      On the song "Nothing," Virtual Riot and Modestep also worked together. The song combines the electronic sounds and dubstep drops of Virtual Riot with the rock-influenced Modestep sound. The end result is a distinctive and upbeat song that highlights both performers' best work.

      Last but not least, "We Don't Play" saw Virtual Riot collaborate with 12th Planet, Bandlez, Barely Alive, and Chibs. Each performer contributed their distinct sound and flair to the song, making it a true collaboration. The song stands out in Virtual Riot's career thanks to its strong bass, intense drops, and distinctive sound mix.

      In general, some of Virtual Riot's most well-known and distinctive tracks are the product of his collaborations with other musicians. Virtual Riot and his partners each bring a unique set of skills to the table, resulting in innovative and engaging collaborations.

      What do people also ask about Dubstep musician Virtual Riot?


      How did Virtual Riot become famous?

      When he made his debut on Monstercat on June 21, 2013, with the song "One For All, All For One" he co-wrote with Razihel, Christian Valentin Brunn, aka Virtual Riot, rose to fame as a German DJ and electronic music producer.


      Is Virtual Riot American?

      Virtual Riot is electronic music producer Valentin Brunn from Germany.


      Where is Virtual Riot based?

      As Virtual Riot, my name is Valentin. I work as a producer and DJ and reside in Los Angeles. I'm a native of Germany. I've been making music since I was 14 or 15 years old, which is around six or seven years before I arrived here.


      Is Virtual Riot German?

      DJ and electronic music producer Christian Valentin "Val" Brunn, commonly known as Virtual Riot, is from Germany.


      What genre is Virtual Riot?

      Dance/Electronic.


      Is Virtual Riot still married?

      Virtual Riot and Johanna are no longer together.


      Where was Virtual Riot born?

      Marl, Germany


      When did Virtual Riot start producing?

      At age 13, Virtual Riot began creating music. He has released a number of songs and albums, including German Engineering, his first, in 2014.


      What laptop does virtual riot use?

      Apple MacBook Pro (General)