One-third of the much-hailed but now-defunct Swedish House Mafia, Steve Angello is known for his amazing displays of turntable showmanship. Angello started playing music and DJing at the age of 12, mostly toying around with combinations of hip-hop and classic records from the 70s. By the turn of the century, he along with his friend Sebastian Ingrosso (also later a part of Swedish House Mafia), began exploring the Stockholm club scene. Then, in 2004, Angello hit it big with his remix of “Sweet Dreams” by the Eurythmics.
He went on to produce Beatport hits such as “KNAS”, “Yeah”, and “Rave n’ Roll”, along with a slew of popular remixes. Outside of his work with Swedish House Mafia, he has worked in collaboration with his brother AN21, Eric Prydz, Alex Metric, and a variety of other industry leading names. Angello owns and operates Size Records, which has produced releases from numerous big names and up-and-coming talents.
Since Swedish House Mafia’s last show, he’s been refocusing on his solo DJ career and promoting his Size Records label.