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Swedish House Mafia News Archive
The Jonas Brothers are officially back and BETTER THAN EVER!
The trio of hotties have been on a loonnnggggg break, but they still know how to draw a HUGE crowd.
As part of their Latin American tour, the band performed for their fans at the Viña del Mar Music Festival in Viña del Mar, Chile yesterday.
And it seems like they enjoyed themselves, to say the least!
The youngest Jonas, Nick Jonas, tweeted:
— Nick Jonas(@nickjonas) February 27, 2013
The brothers not only performed fan favorites like Burning Up and Hello Beautiful, but they also sang their own rendition of Swedish House Mafia's Don't You Worry Child and fun.'s We Are Young!!!
Ch-ch-check out the once in a lifetime performance (above)!!!
Shake those bootays SO hard in celebration!
He faced FIERCE competition in Calvin Harris & Ne-Yo, Swedish House Mafia, & Al Walser — a.k.a. the dude who dressed up like an astronaut — but he emerged victorious!
You guys did well, but Skrillex's Bangarang did even better!!
[Image via AP Images.]
If this won’t get you up on your feet, we don’t know what will!
The end of the year is approaching so it only makes sense that someone would create a HUGE mashup of 2012’s most popular songs, right?!
This celebratory mashup, by Daniel Kim, covers every song you sang along to in your car, with transitions that almost make you forget it is a mashup all together.
With 50-plus songs featured, the youtube video Pop Danthology 2012 has a potpouri of talent including:
They ain't done yet.
Swedish House Mafia are still making music that makes us want to dance all night long.
DJs Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso, and Steve Angello have done it again with the fantastic tune Don't You Worry Child that features John Martin.
Want a pumping bass? Check.
Want some catchy tunes? Check.
Want to feel like you're at a rage in Europe and having the time of your life while losing yourself in the movement of your body?
Done, done, and done.
Watch the amazing new music video from Swedish House Mafia (above) !!!
Today is a very sad day for music, indeed.
We're devastated to report that Swedish House Mafia is OVER.
In a message on their official website, DJs Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso, and Steve Angello announced in a joint statement