Swedish House Mafia announce three more tour dates for 2019

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Swedish House Mafia announce three more tour dates for 2019Swedish House Mafia 1

It’s been a whirlwind of excitement, anxiety, sweat, tears (mostly the joyful variety0 as Swedish House Mafia continues to roll out details surrounding their 2019 revamp tour. Promptly after Creamfields announced the trio as their 2019 headliner, fans have been given an additional three dates to boot.

Altogether, there’s been eight official announcements, including three shows at home base in Stockholm’s Tele2 Arena in early May, and a stop at Ultra Mexico May 18. As of now, Creamfields will be their only UK show in 2019, and according to a long collection of teasers–including Axwell / Ingrosso‘s NYC shoutout, a poster in Tel Aviv, a rumored Woodstock 50th anniversary appearance, and Axwell’s recent interview on BBC Radio 1–there’s a great deal more in store for the internationally celebrated DJs.

Adding to the elation, Austria’s Frequency Festival recently teased the iconic three dots in glitch form on its website, though nothing had yet to be confirmed until the DJs added Frequency, Tinderbox, and Stavernfestivalen to their website‘s list of dates (screenshots via Instagram story).

Keep an eye out for new music from the famed trio and check out their website’s cryptic countdown for the next announcement.

Swedish House Mafia announce three more tour dates for 2019

This post was originally published on this site

Swedish House Mafia announce three more tour dates for 2019Swedish House Mafia 1

It’s been a whirlwind of excitement, anxiety, sweat, tears (mostly the joyful variety0 as Swedish House Mafia continues to roll out details surrounding their 2019 revamp tour. Promptly after Creamfields announced the trio as their 2019 headliner, fans have been given an additional three dates to boot.

Altogether, there’s been eight official announcements, including three shows at home base in Stockholm’s Tele2 Arena in early May, and a stop at Ultra Mexico May 18. As of now, Creamfields will be their only UK show in 2019, and according to a long collection of teasers–including Axwell / Ingrosso‘s NYC shoutout, a poster in Tel Aviv, a rumored Woodstock 50th anniversary appearance, and Axwell’s recent interview on BBC Radio 1–there’s a great deal more in store for the internationally celebrated DJs.

Adding to the elation, Austria’s Frequency Festival recently teased the iconic three dots in glitch form on its website, though nothing had yet to be confirmed until the DJs added Frequency, Tinderbox, and Stavernfestivalen to their website‘s list of dates (screenshots via Instagram story).

Keep an eye out for new music from the famed trio and check out their website’s cryptic countdown for the next announcement.

Swedish House Mafia announce three more tour dates for 2019

This post was originally published on this site

Swedish House Mafia announce three more tour dates for 2019Swedish House Mafia 1

It’s been a whirlwind of excitement, anxiety, sweat, tears (mostly the joyful variety0 as Swedish House Mafia continues to roll out details surrounding their 2019 revamp tour. Promptly after Creamfields announced the trio as their 2019 headliner, fans have been given an additional three dates to boot.

Altogether, there’s been eight official announcements, including three shows at home base in Stockholm’s Tele2 Arena in early May, and a stop at Ultra Mexico May 18. As of now, Creamfields will be their only UK show in 2019, and according to a long collection of teasers–including Axwell / Ingrosso‘s NYC shoutout, a poster in Tel Aviv, a rumored Woodstock 50th anniversary appearance, and Axwell’s recent interview on BBC Radio 1–there’s a great deal more in store for the internationally celebrated DJs.

Adding to the elation, Austria’s Frequency Festival recently teased the iconic three dots in glitch form on its website, though nothing had yet to be confirmed until the DJs added Frequency, Tinderbox, and Stavernfestivalen to their website‘s list of dates (screenshots via Instagram story).

Keep an eye out for new music from the famed trio and check out their website’s cryptic countdown for the next announcement.

Rumored Woodstock 50th anniversary lineup includes Daft Punk, Swedish House Mafia, Skrillex, and more

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Rumored Woodstock 50th anniversary lineup includes Daft Punk, Swedish House Mafia, Skrillex, and moreElliott Landy Woodstock

The 50th anniversary of the seminal Woodstock Music and Art Fair has caused quite the stir in the rumor mill. After Michael Lang, one of the co-creators of Woodstock, told the Poughkeepsie Journal that “we have definite plans,” music fans across all genres have been spinning for details.

Known leak account Festive Owl got their hands on a deck that is proposing a separate event from the one mentioned by Lang. It’s called “Journey On” and was pitched sometime in the spring of 2018. The images list artists approached, including Daft Punk, Swedish House Mafia, Skrillex, Chance The Rapper, Logic, The Weeknd, Eminem, Ariana Grande, Kesha, Neil Young, Bon Jovi, Elton John, Phish, The Who, Santana, and many more artists pitched, looking to create a pan-generational lineup celebrating one of the most historic music festivals.

The event that brought more than 400,000 people to Max Yasgur’s 600-acre dairy farm in the Catskill Mountains in August of 1969 featured music icons such as Jimi Hendrix, The Who, Grateful Dead, Santana, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Janis Joplin, and many more. It makes sense that this nexus for the larger counterculture generation could organize one of the most highly anticipated lineups of next year.

Although nothing is finalized, these images add to the stirring rumor mill with a music festival plan that has not yet seen the light of day.

Photo credit: Elliott Landy

Rumored Woodstock 50th anniversary lineup includes Daft Punk, Swedish House Mafia, Skrillex, and more

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Rumored Woodstock 50th anniversary lineup includes Daft Punk, Swedish House Mafia, Skrillex, and moreElliott Landy Woodstock

The 50th anniversary of the seminal Woodstock Music and Art Fair has caused quite the stir in the rumor mill. After Michael Lang, one of the co-creators of Woodstock, told the Poughkeepsie Journal that “we have definite plans,” music fans across all genres have been spinning for details.

Known leak account Festive Owl got their hands on a deck that is proposing a separate event from the one mentioned by Lang. It’s called “Journey On” and was pitched sometime in the spring of 2018. The images list artists approached, including Daft Punk, Swedish House Mafia, Skrillex, Chance The Rapper, Logic, The Weeknd, Eminem, Ariana Grande, Kesha, Neil Young, Bon Jovi, Elton John, Phish, The Who, Santana, and many more artists pitched, looking to create a pan-generational lineup celebrating one of the most historic music festivals.

The event that brought more than 400,000 people to Max Yasgur’s 600-acre dairy farm in the Catskill Mountains in August of 1969 featured music icons such as Jimi Hendrix, The Who, Grateful Dead, Santana, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Janis Joplin, and many more. It makes sense that this nexus for the larger counterculture generation could organize one of the most highly anticipated lineups of next year.

Although nothing is finalized, these images add to the stirring rumor mill with a music festival plan that has not yet seen the light of day.

Photo credit: Elliott Landy

Creamfields confirms Swedish House Mafia as 2019 headliner

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Creamfields confirms Swedish House Mafia as 2019 headlinerSwedish House Mafia Bill Graham Civic Auditorium

With the display of Swedish House Mafia‘s iconic, triple circle logo on their website, Creamfields has officially confirmed the trio as the headliners of Creamfields’ 2019 iteration, slated for August 22-25. Creamfields’ formal affirmation of Swedish House Mafia as next year’s preeminent act validates speculation that the supergroup would, in fact, carry out the headlining duties.

Suspicion originally swirled after Swedish House Mafia’s unmistakable logo appeared in Glasgow, Scotland, suggesting an upcoming performance in the city. Whereas the terms of that implied appearance were previously unclear, leading logo onlookers to question whether the ensuing Glasgow show would be an individual booking, or one relative to Creamfields Glasgow, Swedish House Mafia fans now have their answer and can purchase tickets to Creamfields 2019, here.

Photo credit: Carl Linstromm

Axwell debuts ‘Nobody Else,’ confirms forthcoming new music from Swedish House Mafia

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Axwell debuts ‘Nobody Else,’ confirms forthcoming new music from Swedish House MafiaArtist Image Awell2

Annie Mac has deemed Axwell‘s latest solo single, “Nobody Else,” her Hottest Record in the World on BBC Radio 1.

The track is distinctly Axwell, focusing on pounding melodies and a nostalgic vocal. In the interview with Mac, Axwell notes that the present simply “felt like the right time” to hop in the studio and release the record. Through the exchange, the pair pinpoint the familiarity of the track as it draws from his classic and uplifting, “I Found U.” After hearing Mac herself play the track a few times over the summer, both live and on the air, Axwell felt re-inspired by its vigor and sought to create a new version of the sound it embodied, along with a vocal sample that reminded him of “the good old times.”

The interview closes with a discussion on Swedish House Mafia‘s return. According to Axwell,

It was time. Swedish House Mafia was this crazy machine that we just fell into, right. I don’t think that we really knew what we were doing, which is also beautiful… We had to spread our wings, do different things, and now after 5-6 years, the thought of being Swedish House Mafia again is like, ‘Yeah, this is exciting. Let’s see what we can come up with.’

He also confirmed new music from the trio is loaded in the pipeline–just without a definitive release date.

Swedish House Mafia logo surfaces in Glasgow, suggesting a possible Creamfields Glasgow appearance

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Swedish House Mafia logo surfaces in Glasgow, suggesting a possible Creamfields Glasgow appearanceSwedish House Mafia New

Swedish House Mafia fans by now know that the quiet appearance of the supergroup’s iconic logo in a new city can only mean one thing. Rather than presenting fans with a consolidated list of upcoming tour dates, the trio continues to slowly and suggestively stake out future performance locations with the display of three black circles in the next choice city. Glasgow, Scotland is the newest locality to see Swedish House Mafia’s logo crop up amid its landscape, sparking speculation that the “Save The World” hit-makers will soon make their way to Glasgow. The question that remains, however, regards the capacity in which Axwell, Ingrosso, and Angello could potentially appear in Glasgow, or in other words, whether an ensuing Glasgow show would be an individual appearance, or one relative to Creamfields Glasgow?

Swedish House Mafia have currently confirmed upcoming billings in Stockholm and Mexico in 2019, and remain a mere seven days from their next major announcement, according to the countdown clock on their website. Although Swedish House Mafia could very well be sitting on news that does not pertain to Glasgow, it’s unlikely that the announcement to follow will be unconnected to the city, given Swedish House Mafia’s past pattern of upcoming performance indication via logo display. Specificities aside, it’s more than safe to say that Swedish House Mafia has something up their sleeves.

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Swedish House Mafia confirm Mexico City performance in May 2019

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Swedish House Mafia confirm Mexico City performance in May 2019SHM Reunion Ultra Miami FB

As Swedish House Mafia‘s hotly anticipated reunion continues to materialize, the trio have confirmed another stop on their comeback circuit. Setting their sights on Mexico City, Steve Angello, Axwell, and Sebastian Ingrosso will touch down on May 18, 2019, confirming a message Angello teased to fans at this year’s installment of Ultra Mexico. The group’s Mexico City booking next summer comes shortly after the highly publicized announcement of their hometown comeback performance in Stockholm next April.

Additional bookings are expected to follow in other major markets, and non-stop festival speculation has been fueling the rumor mill since the group reunited on stage at Ultra in Miami in early 2018. With new Swedish House Mafia music being made, huge potential endorsements looming, potential festival headlines, and what seems to be an international tour in the making, expect 2019 to be the Year of the Mafia.

Sign up for pre-sale tickets to Mexico City here. 

Swedish House Mafia confirm Mexico City performance in May 2019

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Swedish House Mafia confirm Mexico City performance in May 2019SHM Reunion Ultra Miami FB

As Swedish House Mafia‘s hotly anticipated reunion continues to materialize, the trio have confirmed another stop on their comeback circuit. Setting their sights on Mexico City, Steve Angello, Axwell, and Sebastian Ingrosso will touch down on May 18, 2019, confirming a message Angello teased to fans at this year’s installment of Ultra Mexico. The group’s Mexico City booking next summer comes shortly after the highly publicized announcement of their hometown comeback performance in Stockholm next April.

Additional bookings are expected to follow in other major markets, and non-stop festival speculation has been fueling the rumor mill since the group reunited on stage at Ultra in Miami in early 2018. With new Swedish House Mafia music being made, huge potential endorsements looming, potential festival headlines, and what seems to be an international tour in the making, expect 2019 to be the Year of the Mafia.

Sign up for pre-sale tickets to Mexico City here.