Swedish House Mafia Deletes Instagram Hinting At Something Big

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As is customary among many artists prior to a significant announcement, Swedish House Mafia has formally deleted their Instagram account.

Not long after Steve Angello and Sebastian Ingrosso mysteriously wiped their Instagram platforms, their iconic three-man supergroup followed suit while fellow SHM member Axwell‘s address remains active.

Following the group’s epic 2018 reunion at Ultra Music Festival, Swedish House Mafia cleared their official Instagram account prior to announcing a wave of special shows and festival performances. The silent, cryptic message was hinting at something bigger yet no one could’ve anticipated what the Scandinavian trio had in store. It’s not much different this time ’round making any and all news a hot commodity.

Fans can possibly expect new music, a full album, or some sort of performance or tour to come as the chances that this current content deletion is coincidental are highly unlikely.

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Wynn Nightlife Teases Swedish House Mafia Residency: Watch

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Earlier this month, Steve Angello and Sebastian Ingrosso, two members of Swedish House Mafia, were booked to perform together at XS Nightclub however the latter member never ended up performing that night, and the group cancelled their performance at Ultra Korea the following day. Now, however, a new teaser from Wynn Nightlife, owners of XS, has fans buzzing once more.

The video released suggests a new resident DJ/act performing at the nightclub on June 25th. While there’s no name or even any discernible music, the overall style of the video and font of the text, especially when the date flashes, match the Swedish House Mafia branding that the world-renowned trio has been pushing i.e. big block letters, with white text on a black background. Check out the teaser and decide if it’s worth the trip this coming Tuesday.


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Ash Pournouri + Sebastian Ingrosso Sign Otto Knows to Co-Management Deal

Ash Pournouri, the genius behind Avicii’s worldwide success is now splitting managerial duties with Swedish House Mafia member Sebastian Ingrosso for Scandinavian talent Otto Knows.

It’s been a few years since Otto’s music has enjoyed the limelight. Infact the last time a sizable buzz surrounded the Swedish talent was back in 2012 with his release of ‘Million Voices‘. Since then his biggest project was ‘Next To Me‘ which was released in May but failed to generate half as much attention as his prior hit.

Ash and Sebastian believe that Otto Knows is now ready to make a comeback and when Billboard mag asked the latter personality why he’s excited to work with Knows, he replied, “He’s just been in the studio for a long time now trying to develop something different, but still something that is right for him as a person…And he’s achieved it now, I guess. He got inspired by a lot of his heroes back in Sweden and he’s just trying to develop every day.”

Pournouri added a fun fact by saying, “Otto went to the same class as Tim [Avicii] when they were kids. He’s kind of been present throughout for as long as I’ve known Tim and managed Avicii. To see him grow into his own artist has been really exciting. There’s plenty more to come, he’s just started.”

As Sweden continues to breed some of the finest talent in the global dance music business we’ll anxiously await Otto’s next releases!

Source: Billboard

Swedish House Mafia’s BBC Radio 1 Debut is Revived

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BBC Radio 1 is celebrating dance music history by replaying the best Essential mixes from the past two decades. Three days ago, Swedish House Mafia’s Soundcloud channel was dusted off and taken out dormancy as their 2007 BBC Radio 1 ‘Live at Amnesia’ debut was uploaded to their page.

Though SHF has since disbanded with Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso and Steve Angello establishing themselves as successful solo artists in their own right, the former trio’s accomplishments were of legendary proportion and played a vital part in helping make dance music part of American pop culture.

We hope you enjoy the two hour mix by these incredibly talented Swedes!