Swedish House Mafia

The Swedish House Mafia was a joint project of the Swedish DJs Axwell, Steve Angello and Sebastian Ingrosso. The Progressive - House band was from 2008 to 2013 under this pseudonym active. Their most successful single is the 2012 released track Do not You Worry Child, with several top ten successes.

  • 2.1 Studio albums
  • 2.2 Single - Chartplatzierungen solo

Band History

Long before the establishment of the "Swedish House Mafia " made ​​the trio music together. Sebastian Ingrosso and Steve Angello knew each other as children and met Axwell until many years later. Their first single release was called Get Dumb, they recorded with Laidback Luke, but also as Ingrosso, Angello & Axwell feat. Laidback Luke released. In 2008, she eventually founded four of the Swedish House Mafia. Initially, namely belonged also to Eric Prydz, but moved to London and is no longer performed as a member.

2009 - 2010: Until One

After the three have stood in 2009 at several events together on stage and had, together with Laidback Luke and Deborah Cox Leave the World Behind, the Axtone Records Axwells appeared under their own label, also under her own name a minor hit, in 2010 they signed their first recording contract with the record label Polydor Records, a subsidiary label of Universal Music.

In the summer of 2010, they then released their first single as Swedish House Mafia. Following its successful entry into the Swedish charts One was released in Europe and could in many countries place in the singles charts. The song was to be found in the Netherlands to their first number 1 single and was also in Belgium ( Flanders) in the top 3.

Their next single Miami 2 Ibiza, which was published on October 1, 2010 and recordings together with Tinie Tempah, became an international hit. She reached under other place 4 in the UK, number 10 in Sweden and rank 19 in Switzerland, and was thus in many countries even more successful than its predecessor Single One ( Your Name ).

2011: Announcement of the second album

In May 2011, the song Save the World was released as a single. It contains vocals from Swedish singer John Martin also. Save the World was up there most successful singles in Germany and Sweden. She was also in many other countries, becoming a top ten hit and has been save in particular by the failed video to the dogs the world (based on the eponymous song title ) promoted.

Six months later, the next single Antidote has been released. In this song the Australian House and dubstep duo Knife Party participated. Also Antidote was particularly successful in the United Kingdom, among others could number 64 in Germany, reach Rank 17 in Sweden and number 30 in Austria.

Greyhound, the following single, which was released on 15 March 2012 was even more successful than antidotes and again reached the top 10 in Sweden, # 6 and in the UK number 13 in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, could the single in the top -100 place.

The last three singles should initially all be available on a live album. But the album, whose release was scheduled for the end of December 2011, never appeared. Instead, a second studio album was announced.

2012 - 2013: One Last Tour / Resolution & Until Now

On 24 June 2012, the trio announced on its website of the dissolution. Reasons were not disclosed. But it should until March 2013, many live performances to be completed during their biggest tour " One Last Tour". The final concert in Miami should be the biggest highlight of her career as Swedish House Mafia, according to Milton Keynes Bowl.

Despite the announced separation single Do not You Worry Child was published on 14 September 2012. The song was the biggest success of the group and reached the charts worldwide. In Germany, Austria and the United Kingdom, the song stormed the charts and stayed in many countries to square 1 It is the last extraction of the second studio album, Until Now. The album was released despite the announced separation on 19 October, 2012. Besides the singles Save the World, antidotes, Greyhound and Do not You Worry Child are more songs from collaborations of the individual band members, mash-ups, productions and remixes of Swedish House Mafia to find.

In 2012 she was awarded with the European Border Breakers Award ( EBBA ).

On March 24, 2013 their last concert took place as Swedish House Mafia on the Ultra Music Festival in Miami. It was the final of the 53 shows her one last tour, which was at times pursued by more than 300,000 people worldwide.


Studio albums

Single - Chartplatzierungen solo