Only two months ago Swedish House Mafia played their final show at Ultra Music Festival. Since then, Sebastian Ingrosso & Axwell have launched their new project Departures, Steve Angelo has been locking in dates to perform globally & Axwell released his debut solo track Centre of the Universe.
only days ago SHM’s social media platforms we’re reignited with the simple post ‘…’ Shortly after, a four minute mini-movie titled ‘Leave The World Behind’ was dropped. It features each member throughout the clip doing various things, along with a rendition of their same titled track, sung by vocalist Lune.
We can only suspect that a Swedish House Mafia Documentary is in the making.
Before the departure, Swedish House Mafia’s has been known for sold out events all over Australia. Thanks to InTheMix, they spoke to Melbourne Based DJ and Producer GrantSmillie, who had the privilege of warming up the crowd before SHM stepped out at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl.
To check out this whole article written by Smillie, just click right here. He goes on to write about the event and what SHM have done, and also manages to mention other DJ’s and producers. Below is a video of the footage at the Melbourne event! Let us know if you were there….we look forward to SHM making their way to the Sydney crowd tonight and tomorrow night!
When Swedish House Mafia first announced the Black Tie Rave concept, some fans were confused. Attending a rave in cocktail attire isn’t typical, but it is unique. Despite the confusion, as with everything the trio do, demand was high and the first round of tickets disappeared quickly raising over $437,000 in the process. Auction number two takes place this Friday beginning at 10am. We anticipate the demand will be similarly high, so prepare to bid quickly. The starting price is $100 and the proceeds will benefit both the victims of Hurricane Sandy and the Save the Children foundation – in memory of the lives lost in the Newtown tragedy.
“During the process of planning the Black Tie Rave, the Newton tragedy happened and we decided that as we had already raised more money than we had hoped for, that we would add Save The Children to the list of charities who will benefit from this event. Their work helping children who have suffered violence of all kinds is incredible and it felt right to bring them into what fundraising efforts we can achieve through this tour.”
Swedish House Mafia have revealed the full lineup for the highly-anticipated North American leg of One Last Tour, and over a dozen acts have been booked to open for the global phenomenon. While New York will be treated to PeteTong, AN21, OttoKnows and ArmandVanHelden’s return to Madison Square Garden, the trio have nothing but love for the West Coast as well. AN21 & MaxVangeli will hit San Fransisco while Nero, Alesso, Zedd, Monsta and others will join in on LA’s Masquerade Motel. If you missed out on tickets you can either head to Canada or fly south; SHM’s last-ever U.S. performance will take place at this year’s Ultra Music Festival.
Just for something a bit different, this video brings together the amazing voices of PS22 Chorus and Ithacappella to perform Swedish House Mafia’s monster hit “Don’t You Worry Child”.
PS22 Chorus is compiled of 60-70 fifth grade students from Public School 22 in Staten Island who each year must audition to become a part of this prestigious chorus. Since being established in 2000 PS22 Chorus has gained world-wide popularity through their hundreds of YouTube videos, nationwide appearances and celebrity support.
Ithacappella was formed back in 1996 by four music students from Ithaca Men’s College Chorus. The group currently has 18 members and they perform everything from traditional barbershop tunes to current hits such as this one.
A night before Sydney’s Show Announcement, Swedish House Mafia superstar Sebastian Ingrosso talks about Production work, the Last Tour Show, previous shows and saying goodbye to production/DJ crew Swedish House Mafia and more. In a phone interview with InTheMix, they were lucky enough to speak to a member from the crew and ask them plenty of questions. To read the full interview click right here.
Ingrosso speaks about his production mates, saying;
“the only thing I’m looking forward to now is going on this tour. We kind of never had a plan with Swedish House Mafia, it just became Swedish House Mafia in a weird, very nice way.”
He continues to admit that SHM was pretty much a beautiful accident. When asked about the legacy for SHM in the interview, Ingrosso says that got together with no plan at all and the ending was not planned;
“This isn’t planned, this is no marketing thing. That’s what I hope, at least, comes across.”
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