MIDNIGHT CONSPIRACY(RESIDENT DJ) “This multifaceted approach to club culture has caught the eyes and ears of Chicago’s college-age masses—no small feat.” - Time Out Chicago
“Midnight Conspiracy have surpassed the label of “up-and-coming”, and have established themselves as relevant contributors to remix artistry.” – Aux.tv
“Fast becoming one of the most coveted remix groups around.” – The Mahagony Blog
“If you haven’t heard of Midnight Conspiracy and you live in the Chicago area, I’m willing to bet you don’t get out much.” - redthreat.wordpress.com “... the trio is on fire: having remixed Crystal Castles, Chromeo and Esser besides Tiga, they have now enough under their belt to be on the road to hipster heaven.” – Kunk Budapest
Since their official debut in January, it's been hard keeping up with the flurry of releases from Chicago party-throwers Midnight Conspiracy these past few months. Their latest remix, a synth- heavy italo take on Crystal Castlesʼ “Vietnam” reached the #2 spot on Hype Machineʼs most popular charts in itʼs first week of release, making it the 4th time theyʼve reached the #2 spot on Hype Machine, and their 5th time in the Top 5. The song joins the ever-growing list of Midnight Conspiracyʼs other successful offerings, including a dreamy dubstep re-imagining of Esserʼs pop anthem “Headlock”, which was featured on BBC Radio 1 on the Kissy Sell Out Show, a spacey update of Crystal Castlesʼ classic “Crimewave”, which was released in support of the bandʼs new album and HARD Summer Tour, and Midnight Conspiracyʼs first release, an italo- electro version of Chromeoʼs “Night By Night”.
Co-conspirators Graham Geren, Louis Kha, and Mikul Wing don't intend to slow down any time soon; Straight off their first official “Dead Fame” Tour this past summer, and following up performances at SXSW in Austin and WMC in Miami, Midnight Conspiracy will bring their dirty electro rock on the road again this fall touring with Innerpartysystem. Not limited to just beats, they also boast a clothing line, and Midnight Conspiracy street art can be found in cities along their tour route. Theyʼre set to release heavier official remixes of Editors, Innerpartysystem, and fellow Chicagoans Lucky Date and Gemini Club and more.
Chicago Suicide Club & Members Only AV's first event together was an unabashed decadent underground New Years Eve Party featuring the biggest French electro act in the world, Justice. Inspired by the wanton writings of Bret Easton Ellis, they formed a new indie-electro collective called "Disappear Here" featuring the latest underground music by fresh, talented producers and DJs with the occasional celebrity thrown in for sacrifice.