Swedish House Mafia is a renowned electronic dance music (EDM) supergroup consisting of three Swedish DJs and producers: Axwell, Steve Angello, and Sebastian Ingrosso. Formed in 2008, the group gained immense popularity in the EDM scene and became one of the most successful and influential acts of its time.
The group’s breakthrough came with their hit single “One (Your Name)” featuring Pharrell Williams, which reached the top of the charts in several countries in 2010. Swedish House Mafia quickly gained a dedicated fan base and became known for their energetic live performances, often incorporating spectacular visuals and stage production.
Over the years, Swedish House Mafia released several popular tracks, including “Save the World,” “Don’t You Worry Child,” and “Miami 2 Ibiza.” They also collaborated with other renowned artists such as John Martin, Tinie Tempah, and Knife Party, further expanding their musical reach.
In 2012, the Swedish House Mafia announced their intention to disband following a final tour, aptly named the “One Last Tour.” The tour concluded with a sold-out show at the Ultra Music Festival in Miami in 2013, marking the end of their initial run as a group.
However, after a hiatus of several years, the Swedish House Mafia announced their reunion in 2018. They returned to the stage with a highly anticipated performance at the 2018 edition of the Ultra Music Festival in Miami. Since then, the group has continued to perform at select events and festivals.
Swedish House Mafia’s music is characterized by its infectious and uplifting melodies, anthemic choruses, and energetic beats. They played a significant role in popularizing progressive house and EDM worldwide, inspiring countless producers and DJs in the process.