With 2017 coming to an end, dance music artists around the world are preparing the next big sound for the 2018 year. As we prepare for all of the new dance/electronic releases this year, we have began to prepare the list of 10 of the most anticipated electronic dance music albums of 2018. During the
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
Back in early October, we were tipped off on Steve Angello listing his LA mansion for a reported $5.5 million. According to Realtor, Steve Angello’s LA home consisted of 18-foot ceilings, a pool, and 4,500 majestic square feet. Since its initital selling point, Steve Angello’s house has sold for an undisclosed amount to Calvin Harris.
Ever since Swedish House Mafia broke up back in 2012, fans have began to speculate if the Swedish trio would ever make their return. As rumors have began to spread throughout the years, Steve Angello fueled rumors today when he followed former Swedish House Mafia members Axwell and Sebastian Ingrosso on social media. Steve Angello
Spanish producers Adrien Rux & Bedmar have joined forces with David Tuck and Kuaigon to create a huge progressive anthem, ‘Set Me Free’. Released via Steve Angello’s renowned SIZE Records label, ‘Set Me Free’ is a deep and rumbling progressive house production. The tune utilises an atmospheric build and emotional vocals to create a thumping
Over the last half decade, Steve Angello has undergone an incredibly intriguing artistic progression, shedding his former Mafia member status, then delivering an exceptionally personal debut album Wild Youth, and now rolling out the follow up, Human. The Size Records executive has introduced his sophomore concept in three installments, or acts, each uniquely tempered with it’s own distinct sonic characteristics. Now Angello has delivered the third act, titled Paradiso, featuring two new tracks from the upcoming LP, “Break Me Down,” and “Dopamine.”
“Break Me Down” leans slightly closer to Angello’s previous output, coming together as a notably more seasoned, aged take on the anthemic progressive house that the Swedish legend has built his name upon. Expressive vocals and rousing rhythms on “Break Me Down,” are directly contrasted on “Dopamine,” featuring sharp vocal work from UK singer/songwriter Barns Courtney.
Melancholic and pointed, “Dopamine” bears more of Human’s dark, cooling aesthetic, with eerie, driving tech house-inspired synth arrangements making for a fitting final preview ahead of the album’s full release in 2018. For now, celebrate Steve Angello’s immanent return with Paradiso.
Steve Angello has slowly been releasing an episodic album ever since his reemergence at Coachella this past April. Each EP has been themed in a different kind of religious oriented imagery. His first release ‘Genesis’ was arguably his best so far. Steve summed up Genesis as such: Genesis: Act I | https://t.co/slepZ55cQw pic.twitter.com/6U3tH7IPwG — Steve
Steve Angello has no doubt made it clear that he has been focusing on a concept album in 2017. His performance at Coachella was a powerful statement of what was to come. Steve has been releasing music involving the classic divine comedy from Dante, ‘Inferno’, which outlines the many circles of hell, mostly based off
Corey James could be one of the best up and coming progressive house DJ’s in the game. With releases on Protocol Recordings and Steve Angello’s SIZE records, James already has the stamp of approval from some of the biggest names in the scene. His latest single that came out on SIZE records on Friday, ‘Back