This week has been full of speculation of the return of Swedish House Mafia. Things first started to heat up when Ultra Miami announced their 20th anniversary phase 1 lineup with the auspicious tagline “expect the unexpected”. Then Steve Angello, who was notably the reason the super group broke up, upped the expectations when he
A video has resurfaced to Reddit showing Eric Prydz throwing multiple drinks at Axwell at an after party for the Swedish Grammy Awards.
The video, which dates back to 2008, depicts a reportedly intoxicated Axwell fumbling a transition while behind the decks, to which Prydz seems to take great offense as the progressive house maestro proceeds to throw champagne and beer at Axwell.
Sebastian Ingrosso manages to save the transition but a small verbal interaction takes place between Axwell and Prydz, with Axwell tussling Prydz signature black beanie.
Screwing up a DJ transition may not be a federal offense, but it certainly would be if Eric Prydz were writing legislation. The sentence? Three glasses of bubbly straight to the face.
Axwell ^ Ingrosso first debuted this wonder of a track at ADE 2016. It has been so long that many fans started to worry it would not see the light of day in form of an official release. This past week it was finally announced that ‘Dreamer’ would be hitting the market on Friday, and
If you haven’t lived in another universe for the past 10-years, odds are you have come across the names Axwell and Sebastian Ingrosso. Since the Swedish House Mafia days, these two mates have made their names a cornerstone in every TOP DJ/Producers conversation known to man. With chart topping hits like, “More Than You Know”,
Sebastian Ingrosso, Salvatore Ganacci and Bunji Garlin’s ‘Ride It’ was originally released May 5th via Sebastian Ingrosso’s ‘Refune Music’ imprint,and since then it’s amassed more than 1.2 million Spotify streams,whilst also peaking at #7 on the Beatport Big Room chart. Additionally, the high-profile collab also gained spins from fellow cohorts including Alesso, Hardwell, David Guetta,
When Martin Garrix, Cedric Gervais, Kygo, Carnage, and Axwell / Ingrosso are busy performing in front of thousands of people or traveling from club to another, you may be able to find them playing a game of soccer (or football if you’re not in the US). Over the weekend, the Swedish DJ and producer Sebastian
Just one month ago, Axwell / Ingrosso released their More Than You Know EP. Now the sensational duo is looking to officially release their debut album. In an Instagram post, Sebastian Ingrosso announced that pre-orders for the forthcoming album’s signed limited edition vinyl copy were now available in the London popup store. While there’s not
While Swedish House Mafia is now defunct, Sebastian Ingrosso and Axwell have continued their legacy-bolstering partnership as Axwell / Ingrosso. Teasing fans with a never-ending selection of ID’s and unreleased tracks during their live sets, the Swedish duo have finally debuted their explosive sophomore EP, More Than You Know.
Basking in the success of their latest single “Renegade”, and the unique Instagram premiere of the accompanying music video, the pair have worked tirelessly and succeeded in maintaining the contagious musical aura that fans initially fell in love with. Changing their style up slightly, Axwell / Ingrosso have effectively broken away from their traditional musical style and took a chance into a softer, more heartfelt electronica sector for their track “Dawn”.
Both Axwell and Ingrosso have embarked into 2017 focusing on the production of the EP and playing minimal shows, effectively timing the mounting tension of their anticipated EP release with the kickoff of festival season. Seeing no delay to their continued success, the acclaimed producers will spend their summer closing out an abundance of festival stages across the globe.
Following the release of their latest hit single, Axwell and Sebastian Ingrosso have reportedly achieved their second number 1 single as a duo on Billboard’s Dance Club Songs chart for “I Love You.” The song featuring Kid Ink was released back on March 8th, 2017 and has since received remixes by CID, David Puentez and
As one of the world’s leading sites for tracklist identification, 1001 Tracklists has accumulated wealth of data regarding what’s popular.
The site has already revealed the top five most-played tracks for the year, but now they’ve compiled a list of 2016’s top 100 artists. Their data-based method of ranking is heaps more legitimate than DJ Mag, and makes complete sense after taking a glance. Here are 1001 Tracklist’s Top 10 Artists of 2016, along with the most-played songs they were a part of.
“We’re happy to present a new form of rankings – rankings based purely from our data that represent the artists that had the most cumulative unique DJ support on their tracks in 2016. While these rankings should not be taken as a ‘be all and end all’ list for the best producers in the world, they do offer a look at the artists who produced many successful tracks in 2016 in terms of instilling interest in other DJs to want to play these tracks. We hope you enjoy the rankings, and the full Top 100 can be found here!”