Swedish House Mafia New Shows Confirmed
During their highly anticipated reunion at Ultra Music Festival back in March this year, Swedish House Mafia announced “we’re Swedish House Mafia for good this time”. Now they have begun to tease future plans but are yet to release any concrete details for us as to when they'll hit the road and drop new music.
We expect the details to be teased over the next six months leading into 2019 and Axwell may have slipped a comment to support that during a recent Axwell /\ Ingrosso show in New York, when he jumped on the mic and said;
“Should we cancel the Swedish House Mafia gig planned for next year? Because I’m not sure they are ready for Swedish House Mafia in New York.”
Steve Angello confirmed that they would indeed have a tour in 2019, responding to Swedish publication ‘Sydsvenskan’ after they asked a SHM related question in an interview;
"It's happening, obviously," he said in the interview (translated from Swedish). “Not all the details are set, but we will be back in 2019."
If a tour in 2019 exists, it begs the question; why have a nine month gap between shows? After Ultra Miami, it seemed everything dance music was SHM. Now, not so much. Although when they do come back together in 2019, tickets are sure to sell out instantly. Dance music needs SHM, we are waiting patiently.
You can relive almost all of Swedish House Mafia's UMF 2018 set below
Residents of downtown Miami have reportedly launched an attempt to either refuse or restrict the use the iconic Bayfront Park from mass events, with a clear target on Ultra Music Festival’s annual gathering.
Martin Garrix has teamed up with good friend Justin Mylo for ‘Burn Out‘, together with vocalist Dewain Whitmore. It’s out now on Garrix’ own label STMPD.
Martin Garrix has a heap of unreleased tracks, including collaborations with artists such as Axwell Ingrosso, Linkin Park, Hardwell and many more. Let’s hope they eventually see the light of day.
Enjoy Our Remix Rewind 001, a collection of the latest and freshest reworks from dance music’s greatest. This week includes a selection from Don Diablo, Blanke, Laidback Luke, JYYE and Garmiani.
The Dutch dance music King Tiesto has returned with a brand new festival belter on his own imprint Musical Freedom, and it's already racking up millions of plays and taking over dance-floors worldwide.
Diplo & Mark Ronson’s supergroup Silk City has teamed up with global hit maker Dua Lipa on brand new hit "Electricity" which has already sky rocketed to #1 on the iTunes chart and on YouTube with the video.
Dirtyloud puts a fresh take on the 1992 anthem “Finally”, giant piano chords are combined with clever vocal cuts, layered with airy pads and rounded out with punchy bass-lines to bring us a massive track.
Spotify’s MINT playlist has hit 5 Million followers and to celebrate they’re dropping a limited run of merch that’s donating the proceeds to mental health charity.
Steve Aoki dropped a snippet of a new remix for Kpop sensation BTS on the main stage at Tomorrowland this weekend.
Hardwell just premiered his newest track, a follow up to his hit ‘Apollo‘!