Canadians Ryan (ry2k) Wilock, and Jeff (Beckstein) Beck, The Angry Kids are seasoned industry pros whose sample-based recordings (most notably Mr. Brown, the duo‘s much-spun spin on the Bob Marley‘s classic) spread like wildfire amongst club DJs. The group has gone on to be hired to remix such artists as 30 Seconds to Mars, Lights, and Dim Mak artist Scanners amongst others. Their debut album boasts appearances from Bob Marley (Mr. Brown), Nik Kershaw (Wouldn't It Be Good), A Flock of Seagulls (I Ran (So Far Away), The People Movers (C-Lime Woman), and original recordings to round it out. Once heralded as the best producers you never heard of, The Angry Kids have proven them self to be world class electronic artists.
Canadian club/dance auteurs the Angry Kids, comprised of Toronto-based artists Beckstein, Tom da Bomb, and ry2K, emerged in the early 2000s with their version of A Flock of Seagulls' 1982 hit, "I Ran (So Far Away)." They were signed to Dance Street Records, Water Music, and Magic Records in the spring of 2007 on the strength of the single and its subsequent remixes.