With the news of Swedish House Mafia disbanding after their final tour together in 2013, one question comes to mind after the worldwide tour is over: What is next for Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso and Steve Angello. Well, the answer to that is slowly surfacing, starting with Steve Angello in an interview with BBC Radio 1's Annie Mac over the weekend.
In Steve's interview with Annie, he reveals that he has been working on an album, that will be called Wild Youth. The new album is expected to drop in March 2013, and includes a lot of work with indie artists. Steve also revealed that he worked with a lot of bands in the studio for the upcoming solo album.
Steve Angello has been producing and mixing music for a long time, and this year marks 10 years for his own Size Records. To celebrate, the producer/DJ put together a minimix, called "10 Years of Me and My Friends," aired on Annie Mac's show. The mix includes music, from older tracks, to new ones.
Steve said, "It's 10 years of everything, so it's kind of emotional to put these things together because you cannot remember all these small things that happened when you were younger, [with] all these people you were around. So it's pretty emotional to put these things together, and it's, you know, very exciting.
"I forgot about some of these records...it's always good to go back once in a while and see where you've been and where you're going."
Check out Steve's full interview with Annie Mac, and listen to his minimix "10 Years of Me and My Friends."
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