Are you looking for something loud, heavy, and exceptionally lively to listen to? You can’t go wrong with EDM music. Electronic Dance Music (EDM) is a set of percussive electronic music genres produced mainly for dance-based entertainment environments. These may include night clubs and sports betting establishments such as sbobet. Many people like EDM for its welcoming and soothing nature. EDM has
When listing the ultimate dance anthems of all time, the same names are always mentioned. Avicii’s ‘Levels’, ‘Opus’ by Eric Prydz, ‘Strobe’ by deadmau5, Tiësto’s ‘Adagio For Strings’ - and of course, modern classics like Martin Garrix’s breakthrough hit ‘Animals.’ But for many, the one track at the very top of that list comes from the mighty Swedish House Mafia.
The recent return of iconic trio Swedish House Mafia marked not just a seminal moment in dance music history, but also the reunion of the first ever act to have elevated themselves above the pantheons of a 'DJ' or 'Producer' tag. Since their inception a decade or so ago, the names Axwell, Steve Angello, and Sebastian Ingrosso have steadily grown
Swedish House Mafia's jaw-dropping return has been the most highly touted topic of discussion since the inception of EDM itself. Millions of fans saw the iconic trio reunite where their journey ended 5 years ago - Ultra Music Festival Miami. Dazzling lights, extravagant pyrotechnics and a mesmerising stage all combined to create a truly unforgettable experience for fans and DJ's alike. Beginning
Ineffable. If there could ever be a word to try and describe what happened at this year's Ultra Music Festival, that might be it. For the first time in 5 years, the legendary Swedish House Mafia have returned. The tears were flowing, people's hearts were glowing, and the energy felt amongst the whole dance music community was nothing but sheer
With the 20th anniversary of Ultra Music Festival in Miami approaching, rumours continue to intensify surrounding the reunion of Swedish House Mafia. A pioneering trio in the history of EDM, the Swedish mega-group, consisting of Axwell, Steve Angello, and Sebastian Ingrosso, helped blast electronic music into the mainstream, amassing millions of streams and sales across multiple Platinum-selling releases, and playing
Five years on from its release, the iconic Swedish House Mafia hit 'Don't You Worry Child' is still one of the most loved dance tracks of all time. It really is the whole package, moving vocals, euphoric chords, in the style of a true Swedish House Mafia anthem. In a surprise twist, the Royal Swedish Army performed a cover of
Although the legendary Swedish House Mafia trio split up more than three years ago, Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso and Steve Angello's impact on the electronic dance industry is far from submerged. The three Swedish heavyweights are still heavily immersed in the seemingly endless afterglow of their earlier mastery. In fact, their iconic productions have guided them into a new level of global recognition and have opened