Midnight Conspiracy – Satellite : Massive Heavy Electro House Anthem (Limited Free Download) [Ultra] [TSIS PREMIERE]Posted in Bangin by nick | Tags: Bass Music, Brutal, Electro House, Heavy, massive, Midnight Conspiracy, Ultra Records
Midnight Conspiracy is back with their latest brutal electro house anthem, “Satelllite”. This follows up their previous TSIS premiere of “Sentinel” which featured Cenob1te. This packs an engaging intro that instantly gets you hooked, then adds layer after layer until one of the heaviest drops I have heard in ages. Once it drops, it drops even harder, and never lets up. This is a track that should not be listened to if you have heart problems. This is now available through Ultra Music via Beatport. Turn this up, enjoy!
TSIS EXCLUSIVE LIMITED DOWNLOAD: The guys over at Midnight Conspiracy love This Song Is Sick and our fans so much that they wanted to give out 500 free downloads of this song. But after the 500th download, we will remove the download and it will be purchase only. UPDATE: The free downloads are done, congrats to everyone who grabbed one. You can now purchase the song through Beatport.
Midnight Conspiracy – Satellite |
Limited Download | Beatport
Midnight Conspiracy are an electronic group from Chicago who have a huge following in a home town, and this year have been attracting more international attention. They are here today with a huge original collaboration “Sentinel” they made with Cenob1te which just got released on Ultra Records. This is one of the more brutal electro house songs I’ve heard in quite some time. They manage to sneak in bursts of melody thoroughout the onslought of bass that will rattle your speakers. Excited to hear what’s next with both these aritsts. Enjoy!
Midnight Conspiracy & Cenob1te – Sentinel | Beatport
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