Rare breeds like Steve Angello are few and far between, so when someone like this tremendous talent comes along the world stands up and listens. One third of EDM's biggest powerhouse, Swedish House Mafia, Greek-Swedish DJ and producer Steve Angello was introduced to the wonders of Athen's club culture when he was just a young boy. Intrigued by the underworld of house music, he quickly crafted his turntablism skills and at the tender of the just 16, established his first club residency in Stockholm. Angello's first spotlight moments were in 2004 when he released his rendition of Eurythimic's "Sweet Dreams" following a remix of one of the most popular dance tracks, "Show Me Love," by Robin S. His early success led him to build his own label “Size Records” in 2003 now representing many talented DJs such as Max Vangeli, Tim Mason, and his younger brother AN21. In 2008, Angello joined forces with childhood friends, Sebastian Ingrosso and Axwell to assemble one of the most game-changing chapters in dance music history. Swedish House Mafia was formed and launched themselves as the vanguard of the dance music industry with their first official single “Leave The World Behind,” with vocals from R&B mainstay Deborah Cox. Since then, they have taken the world by storm, wave-upon-wave with their chart breaking hits “One," “Miami To Ibiza,” and "Greyhound." The trio has blown away the EDM listenership with productions like “Antidote,” “Save The World” and “Don’t You Worry Child,” which have owned nearly every club. With the supreme Swedish House Mafia announcing their break up following their sold out “One Last Tour,” Angello looks to focus on his solo career and continue his reign at the top of the EDM world as a musical icon. From establishing himself as one of the top talents of dance music producers to taking over the most infamous stages across the globe with his mafia, Steve Angello's remarkable talent and industrious studio ethics has made him into a house music superhero, saving the world one dancefloor at a time.