Avicii – Seek Bromance (Conspirator Remix) + Conspirator – Gypsy Lane : Exclusive New Electro House Remix + Original

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Today I’m real excited to premiere to you, not one, but two new tracks from Conspirator. For those who don’t know, Conspirator is a live electro house act based out of Philadelphia which actually features members of electronic-jam band The Disco Biscuits. Now they will actually play live instruments during a live set and productions, which adds a cool element not many electro house acts try and incorporate. The first track is a filthy remix of Avicii’s ‘Seek Bromance’, that was actually in coordination with Avicii, making it a fully supported free release. On top of this remix we’re also debuting an all new and original studio track, Gypsy Lane. It’s another electro track letting you hear Conspirator’s true sound. It’s got a calm buildup, and a real unique sounding breakdown that I’m really digging. It’s cool to hear electro house made with that live instrument influence, instead of strictly digital and computer based. Turn up the bass, enjoy!

Avicii – Seek Bromance (Conspirator Remix) | Direct Download | Hulkshare

Conspirator – Gypsy Lane | Direct Download | Hulkshare

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2 Comments to “Avicii – Seek Bromance (Conspirator Remix) + Conspirator – Gypsy Lane : Exclusive New Electro House Remix + Original”

  • […] Lexington, KY. Also they’re staying busy releasing new tracks on their Soundcloud account and the two tracks over at ThisSongisSick.com are definitely worth checking […]

  • […] concert marked the first since Conspirator released two new tracks exclusively with ThisSongIsSick.com in early October, dropping Avicii‘s “Seek Bromance Remix,” and new Conspirator […]




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