During their illustrious time together, Swedish House Mafia became one of the biggest groups in the history of dance music. Consisting of three legendary producers Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso, and Steve Angello, the trio are renowned around the world for many memorable performances. From headlining festivals such as Ultra Music Festival and Tomorrowland to selling out major venues like Madison Square Garden, Swedish House Mafia undoubtedly turned into a global phenomenon throughout their six-year tenure.
The three masterminds are also prominent for some of dance music’s greatest hits. The bar was set high with their first studio album ‘Until One’, which featured numerous classics from Steve Angello and Laidback Luke’s “Show Me Love” to Axwell’s “I Found U”. Two years later, Swedish House Mafia released their second, and last, album titled ‘Until Now’, which recently celebrated its four-year anniversary.
The compilation included some of the group’s festival anthems “Greyhound”, “Miami 2 Ibiza”, “Antidote” with Knife Party, and “One (Your Name)” featuring Pharrell Williams. Swedish House Mafia’s progressive house masterpieces “Save the World” and “Don’t You Worry Child” also take part in the album, as well as Sebastian Ingrosso and Alesso’s magical track “Calling (Lose My Mind)” and more.
Swedish House Mafia’s career as a trio may be over but their legacy will forever remain within the hearts of every member of the dance music community. Especially with their jam-packed ‘Until Now’ album, their music has certainly produced many unforgettable auditory experiences and should only continue to do so not until now, but until the end of time.