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Steve Angello Cranks Up with Matisse and Sadko on 'SLVR' - Song Premiere

Swedish House Mafia DJ-producer teams with Russian duo on intense track

August 1, 2013 10:00 AM ET
Steve Angello vs. Matisse & Sadko
Steve Angello
Carl Lindstrum

Swedish House Mafia have called it quits, but the trio can't be bothered with down time. The group's Steve Angello is back at it with "SLVR," teaming with Russian duo Matisse and Sadko for a towering house track. "SLVR" marks important milestones for Angello's Size Records: it's the label's 100th release, and it celebrates Size Record's 10th anniversary. As such, the titanic synth trusts and jackhammer drum tracks provide an appropriate sensory overload for a massive birthday bash.

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"SLVR" will be out August 12th. Angello will play New York's Central Park on September 27th and 28th as part of SIZE in the Park; for more information, visit the event's website.

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