Steve Angello

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Many would think that the accomplishments made by the legendary House family Swedish House Mafia couldn’t be matched by the bands members. However, it is not possible to become great if you don’t have greatness in you. All three band members had already achieved a lot before creating global hysteria with their first track ‘One’. Steve Angello is absolutely, without a doubt, no exception to this; he started his musical career at the age of 12 mixing his own tracks. In his late teens, him and his best friend Sebastian Ingrosso started to explore the Stockholm club scene and both discovered their love for Electronic music. Together, separately, under his own name, under a pseudonym, under another pseudonym, Steve has been releasing tracks and remixes in a variety of ways since 2003. His success came when he released the remix of the 80's hit ‘Sweet Dreams’ by Eurythmics and since then the success grew, but of course his most successful tracks in those days arrived when he released with his fellow ‘house family’ members Sebastian Ingrosso and Axwell, leading up to the formation of Swedish House Mafia in 2010. Now, being a one-man show once more since 2013, Steve releases his own tracks but also collaborations with artists like Nicky Romero and Tommy Trash. The year 2013 also saw the 10th year anniversary of his record label Size Records, which features artists such as his brother AN21, Max Vangeli and Third Party. In 2014 he holds an interesting residency at not a famous club, but at a world famous radio show ‘BBC1 Radio’. They’ve been releasing their Essential Mixes since 1993, and major DJ in the industry have aired a set on the show. A residency at the show means on Thursday night, when the clock strikes midnight, Steve will play a two-hour set. This third prince of the royal family of house was, and will be, a game changer, innovator, music fanatic producer and DJ. Sometimes with, and sometimes without his big brothers, the result however will always be the same; majestic.

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