Swedish House Mafia will be landing in Malaysia for One Last Tour on 18th January 2013. The trio electronic music masters, Steve Angello, Axwell and Sebastian Ingrosso are ready to take their fans in Malaysia to the next level. It’s time to party like never before with the trio, this will be their one last tour, as they decided to go on their separate ways.
Swedish House Mafia “One Last Tour.” will commence in November 2012 and one of the venues selected on this ONE LAST TOUR is Kuala Lumpur on 18th January 2013 at Surf Beach, Sunway Lagoon.
Together the Swedes — Axwell, Steve Angello and Sebastian Ingrosso— joined their prolific individual talents into one of dance music’s most commercially successful and intriguing brands, leading the charge of Electronic Dance Music’s American takeover. With five widely successful singles in two years, SHM dominated the traditional music.
Steve Angello of the trio told fans the reason behind their forthcoming retirement, saying that they decided to call it a day because they didn’t know what their ‘next move’ would be.
He said: “We just decided that we reached a point where we don’t know what the next move would be. We always like the challenge. And we don’t like to repeat ourselves. We just felt like it was time.”He denied that a rift in the act was the reason behind the split, saying: “We’re like brothers. We’re still here. It’s not like anybody has died. We’ve had beyond our dreams and we’ve come very, very far. We just felt like, ‘Let’s stop touring.'”
The name “Swedish House Hegarty” was adopted initially, but the group then resorted to their current name after it first appeared on forums and was used to encapsulate the group of producers that were working together in the future. Steve Angello stated, “But we’ve been through everything together. I can always lean on one of their shoulders and they can lean on mine. I can always trust their opinions. When I have a track, they tell me straight away what they think. With Swedish House Mafia, you’re with friends.”
The first production that was released by Axwell, Steve Angello and Sebastian Ingrosso was “Get Dumb”. It was produced with Laidback Luke and released in 2007.
In 2010 the Swedish House Mafia signed a record deal with UMG’s Polydor Records (formerly Polygram). They released their first official single, “One (Your Name)”, under the name Swedish House Mafia on Beatport on 26 May 2010, where it achieved international success, charting at #7 in the UK Singles Chart. The next single, “Miami 2 Ibiza”, featuring TinieTempah, charted at #4 in the UK Chart in September 2010. Both singles were taken from the “Until One” album; a collection of productions and remixes from both Swedish House Mafia and as the group as individuals. It has achieved a BPI Gold Sales award in the United Kingdom.
In 2010, Swedish House Mafia won the “Best Swedish Act” award at the MTV European Ballz awards 2010.
International Dance Music Awards
Won International Dance Music Award for Best Electro/Tech House Track for “One (Your Name)” ; Best Artist (Group) ; Best Break-Through Artist (Group) ; Best Progressive Track for “One (Your Name)” shared with Pharrell
In 2011, Swedish House Mafia released a new single, “Save the World,” featuring John Martin on vocals, which charted at #10 in the UK Chart, released in May 2011.
In January 2012, Swedish House Mafia won an EBBA Award at the European Border Breakers Awards.
In the UK Music Singles Charts weekending 15th October, Dance music supergroup Swedish House Mafia have ruined Adele’s UK pop comeback by scoring their first number one on the singles chart. ‘Don’t You Worry Child’ outsold Adele’s Bond theme ‘Skyfall’ by 43,000 copies to reach the top of the countdown.
2012 nomination for MTV Europe Music Award Best Electronic Artist
Swedish House Mafia came third in a list naming the world’s highest paid DJs. Forbes’ list of the Top 10 biggest earners in dance music – called the Electronic Cash Kings list – was topped by Tiësto, whose yearly earnings were put at $22 million (£14 million). He was followed by Skrillex – who rakes in $15 million (£9.7 million) a year, and then by Swedish House Mafia, who came in third, making $14
million (£9 million) a year.
JS Concert announces Swedish House Mafia One Last Tour live in Kuala Lumpur 18th January, 2013
A Countdown Launch that was unprecedented in the Malaysian concert scene began when JS Concert projected the above “3 dots motives” from Monday, 29th October till 31stst October on KL Tower from 8pm till 10 pm to “tease” the public.
Limited Early Bird Tickets will be made available from 10am onwards ,Friday, 9th and Saturday,10th.November and will be priced at RM 203 for Party Zone (RM 253 normal pricing) and RM 123 for Chillout Zone (RM 153 normal pricing). and can be purchased at the following outlets; Rock Corner KLCC, Subang Parade, The Gardens, Midvalley Megamall, The Curve & Victoria Music
Early bird tickets will also be available on Friday, 9th and Saturday,10th.November at Sunway Lagoon Main Entrance ticket counter
For enquiries call TicketproHotline : +603-78807999 or get your tickets online @ www.ticketpro.com.my and visit https://www.facebook.com/JSConcertProductions
Swedish House Mafia first released their singles titled ‘One’ and ‘Save The World’ in 2011 which was aired on radio wave and hits the top chart in digital music stores. Later on their new single Don’t You Worry Child which was massively played on air waves. They’re also released their new album titled ‘Until Now’ lately.
SHM are currently ranked #12 in DJ Mag Top 100 DJs in the recent results announcement.