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MEDUZA’s highly-anticipated remix of Supermode’s 2006 classic ‘Tell Me Why’ is finally out on Axtone Records. Following up on their latest ‘Bad Memories’ single release, GRAMMY®-nominated Italian producers Luca de Gregorio, Mattia Vitale and Simone Giani, better known as MEDUZA, are back with their highly-anticipated ID remix of Supermode’s ‘Tell Me Why.’ If you have been out partying this festival season,

Although the current Swedish House Mafia hype with the two new tracks that they've given us is underway, Axwell has devided his time between that and working on some new solo material, this time in the form of a brand new cut for Jay Robinson's 'Free Again'. With any Axwell cut, you're always guaranteed a masterpiece. In the past, the Swedish maestro has given us cuts

It's regarded as one of the biggest collaborations in house music history, as Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso, Steve Angello and Laidback Luke came together as one and created the track 'Leave The World Behind' featuring vocals of Deborah Cox 12 years ago on this month. Although it's sometimes named a Swedish House Mafia track since the group formed one year before the release in 2008, the trio's group name was not

Despite contrasting opinions over their 'comeback', the legacy of Swedish House Mafia cannot be disputed across the music industry. The trio, made up of Axwell, Steve Angello, and Sebastian Ingrosso, - alongside acts like David Guetta and Avicii - helped catapult dance music into the mainstream, crossing over into mainstream radio and commercial territories, all whilst thrusting 'EDM' into the

Although we are yet to see official releases of Swedish House Mafia tracks that were played out on their reunion tour, such as 'Underneath It All' or 'It Gets Better', a new song has now appeared on ASCAP (American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers). Titled 'Not Yesterday', this new song is interestingly listed with Universal Music Corporation and Publishing, reportedly around the same time that Universal listed

The fans of Swedish House Mafia, the greatest electronic music trio of recent history, might get hyped up about the current Reddit and Instagram posts circling around on the internet, showing the trio being busy in a studio. Their Day to Day artist manager Max Holmstrand,and art director Alexander Wessely, hinted several times recently that they have all been working together in a cosy home studio

According to recent developments shown in Instagram stories of Max Holmstrand, Day to Day artist manager for Swedish House Mafia, and Alexander Wessely, art director, the trio are in the studio together again. It's no secret that new music by Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso and Steve Angello has been long-awaited for quite some time now, ever since they debuted tracks such as 'Don't Call It a Comeback' at Ultra Miami in

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