The trio of now defunct group, Swedish House Mafia, chose to disband at the height of their careers. The news of their disbandment left their the fans feeling upset and the media confused. What had caused their surreptitious fall?
Earlier this year, it was announced that a new documentary was coming out titled, 'Leave The World Behind,' which closely follows the final tour of Swedish House Mafia. The documentary is expected to reveal some much needed insight on what caused the disbandment of SHM, as well as, the finals moments of the beaming faces of Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso and Steve Angello as a trio.
Go BIG Productions, , the team responsible for putting together Swedish House Mafia’s notorious Masquerade Motel parties and the newest addition to the festival roster UR1 Festival, has gotten together to bring us Back In Black, Miami’s largest costume dance music party.
For the third annual fest, EDM fans will get to don their dance friendly duds and lash out to some of the top names in the world of electronic music including Dirty South, Paul van Dyk, Funkagenda, The Crystal Method, LA Riots and Electrik Dread. Hosted in a 100,000 square foot tent in Miami’s Midtown, this year’s Back in Black promises to be the largest one yet with even more surprise artists, yet to be named.
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Joonbug had the opportunity to sit down with Max Vangeli at the rooftop lounge in the Bentley Hotel before he headed to Lavo NY. He was about to start his busy North American weekend tour hitting Lavo in NYC Thursday, Marquee Nightclub in Las Vegas Friday, and South Pointe in The Hamptons Saturday.
Described by MTV as “One of the most promising artists of 2011” Max has grabbed the attention of EDM lovers worldwide. He has made his international debut in 2010 and as a result we have seen him skyrocket through the charts.
The 26 year old born in Moldova, now living in San Francisco took time out of his busy schedule to talk with me.