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Mar 14
2013

Swedish House Mafia’ s Final LA Show

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Nero - Etude (Original Mix) [MTA]
Alesso vs OneRepublic - If I Lose Myself (Alesso Remix) [Refune]
Swedish House Mafia feat. John Martin - Don't You Worry Child (Extended Mix) [EMI]
VIEW PHOTOS FROM THE EVENT HERE.

The Swedish House Mafia just had their last LA party as a trio at LA Historic Park last Friday and Saturday. Although it was a bit cold and rainy on Friday, the turnout was still enormous and the occasional drizzles didn't dampen anyone's mood.

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There was plenty of A-list talent to go around on both stages. The Ballroom stage had heavy hitters like Nero, Sub Focus, Clockwork, and Monsta, while the Mainstage featured leading big room producers like Mat Zo, Otto Knows, and Alesso. Zo won over fans with his load of killer mashups and had everyone flying off their toes to Easy, his collab with Porter Robinson. Next up was Alesso, who spun an uplifting set that premiered his latest vocal tune with OneRepublic, If I Lose Myself.

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Although the term "epic" is thrown around too often these days, Swedish House Mafia's intro was epic in the most meaningful sense of the term (Video Here). They began with the unreleased banger We Come. We Rave. We Love. before erupting with a cloud of smoke into Greyhound. It was a truly spectacular moment that sent goosebumps across the sea of people and had everyone screaming with excitement. The production values here were absolutely insane, with some of the most well-synced visuals, lasers, and pyrotechnics I've ever seen at a concert.

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The trio held an enormous stage presence that captivated everyone's attention. Axwell and Sebastian Ingrosso even took turns playing drums for a few of the tracks. They premiered a few unreleased tunes too, like the upcoming Don Diablo banger on Axtone, Starlight (Could You Be Mine) (Video Below). By far the most magical part of the night was near the end when they got int Don't You Worry Child and Save The World, which had everyone singing at the top of their lungs--a worthy ode for SHM's last LA appearance.

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