Cart 0

Your cart is empty

Swedish House Mafia

Electronic supergroup Swedish House Mafia house rose to prominence in the 2000s with their high-energy brand of EDM and progressive house music. Showcasing the combined talents of established DJ/producers Axwell, Steve Angello, and Sebastian Ingrosso, the group built upon their live festival buzz, scoring international hits with tracks like "One (Your Name)" featuring Pharrell Williams and "Miami 2 Ibiza" with Tinie Tempah, both of which helped 2010's Until One reach the Top Five of the U.K. and U.S. dance charts. Their sophomore compilation, 2012's Until Now, fared even better, cracking the Top 20 of the Billboard 200 and spawning the hits "Save the World" and "Don't You Worry Child" featuring John Martin. Following a five-year break to pursue solo projects, Swedish House Mafia reunited and in 2022 released their official debut album, Paradise Again. Based in Stockholm, the members of the Swedish House Mafia initially met in the mid-2000s, touring together and collaborating on one another's productions. (DJ Eric Prydz was also an early member). Axwell (aka Axel Christofer Hedfors), Angello, and Ingrosso's breakout performance as Swedish House Mafia came in August 2008, when they played the Main Room at Cream Amnesia in Ibiza, Spain, as part of Radio 1's Essential Mix Ibiza. The trio eventually signed a major-label recording contract with EMI (Astralwerks in the U.S.) and made their commercial production debut with the summer 2010 anthem "One," also known as "One (Your Name)," the latter version featuring Pharrell Williams on vocals. The song was a Top Ten hit in the United Kingdom, Sweden, the Netherlands, and Belgium. It was included on their debut compilation album, 2010's Until One, a compilation of previously released tracks that topped the U.K. dance charts and reached number four on Billboard's Top Dance/Electronic Albums chart. Two years later, Swedish House Mafia embarked on a well-publicized farewell tour in support of their second compilation album, 2012's Until Now. Another compilation of previously released tracks, the set was extremely successful, going platinum in Sweden and reaching number 14 on the Billboard 200. The release of One Last Tour: A Live Soundtrack brought the project to a close in 2014. Following the group's dissolution, Angello focused on a successful solo career, while Axwell & Ingrosso launched their own high-profile duo. In March 2018, Swedish House Mafia reunited, playing a surprise closing set at the 20th anniversary Ultra Music Festival in Miami, Florida. They also embarked on a 2019 Save the World Reunion Tour and signed with Republic Records. Beginning in 2021, the group began releasing singles from their first proper studio album including "It Gets Better" and "Moth to a Flame" featuring the Weeknd. Another star-aided single, "Redlight" featuring Sting, arrived in 2022 ahead of their album Paradise Again. Along with the Weeknd, the album welcomed additional guests Mapei, A$AP Rocky, Ty Dolla $ign, Seinabo Sey, and more. The album topped both the U.K. Dance Albums chart on Billboard's Top Dance/Electronic Albums chart. On the heels of the album's release, Swedish House Mafia launched their Paradise Again World Tour and co-headlined the Coachella Festival alongside the Weeknd.
© Matt Collar /TiVo
Read more


56 album(s) • Sorted by Bestseller

My favorites

Cet élément a bien été <span>ajouté / retiré</span> de vos favoris.

Sort and filter releases