Swedish House Mafia – Until One (Album Review)

Swedish House Mafia - Until One (Album Review)

Until One is a brand new compilation album mixed by Swedish House Mafia, set to be released on Oct 26th. Until One is also acting as a soundtrack to their forthcoming DVD Take One, a film/documentary about the supergroup, directed by Christian Larson.

If you’re a relative newcomer to Swedish House Mafia’s music, or you unfortunately didn’t manage to catch one of their live sets this summer, then this is definitely an album for you. The album includes a collection of each Mafia member’s solo work as well as some popular club classics.

The tracklist itself acts as a sonic journey from their early club beginnings through to their more recent singles; One, their top 10 collaboration with Pharrell Williams, and the more recent Miami 2 Ibiza which features Tinie Tempah. For those of you who may be already familiar with all things Mafia, this album also acts as a chance to get your hands on the studio versions of some of their most famous mixes such as Clocks/How Soon Is Now.

Stand-Out Track: Meich (Original Mix) / Clocks / How Soon Is Now – a mix that has been popular with clubbers for a while now.


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