Refune ringleader turned Mafiosi maestro Sebastian Ingrosso has always been a man of severe magnitude. From his early legacy on the European club circuit to his part in the globes most sought after House force, the stubbly Progressive force of this vivacious Swede has shown no signs of lulling in the face of global stardom.

Who better than to dictate the freshest new cuts than a man whose lot in life has become the orchestration of unforgettable nights for the masses. Collecting the likes of Otto Knows forthcoming debut Refune offering ‘Million Voices’ alongside the likes of Feenixpawl and Ivan Gough’s latest Axtone offering ‘In My Mind’, an exclusive preview of Ingrosso, Angello and Swede newcomer Alesso’s ‘Eclipse (Why Am I Doing This)’ made for an epic debut for a breathtaking broadcast from the dignified label head turned industrious ambassador. With the promise of a forthcoming preview of the highly anticipated vocal cut of Ingrosso and Alesso’s ‘Calling’ in the next episode, the Mafia man may well give Pete Tong a run for his money where exclusives are concerned for the near future.

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Tracklist:

01. Swanky Tunes, Matisse & Sadko – The Legend [Refune]
02. Ivan Gough & Feenixpawl feat. Georgi Kay – In My Mind (Axwell Remix) [Axtone]
03. Alesso – Raise Your Head [Refune]
04. Swedish House Mafia vs. Knife Party – Antidote (Tommy Trash Remix) [EMI]
05. Sebastian Ingrosso & Dirty South – Meich [Refune]
06. Coldplay vs. Swedish House Mafia – Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall [Parlophone]
07. Michael Calfan – Resurrection (Axwell’s Recut Club Version) [Axtone] w/ Axwell & Sebastian Ingrosso feat. Michael Feiner – Together (Acappella) [Axtone]
08. Cazzette – Killmode [White Label] w/ Fatboy Slim – Right Here, Right Now (Acappella) [Skint]
09. Otto Knows – Million Voices [Refune]
10. Sebastian Ingrosso, Steve Angello & Alesso – Eclipse (Why Am I Doing This?) [White Label]
11. Dirty South & Thomas Gold feat. Kate Elsworth – Eyes Wide Open [Phazing]
12. Sebastian Ingrosso & Alesso – Calling (Instrumental Mix) [Refune]

http://sebastianingrosso.podtree.com

Words by Dan Carter

12 Comments to “Sebastian Ingrosso – Refune Radio #001”

  • The first song is called Matisse & Sadko with Arty – Trio !!!

  • LOL @ norman

    :SA:SD:DS:DS:D

  • Norman: ‘Trio’ is not included in this mix.

  • ur right, i messed up :-)

  • Oh sebastian what happened to your incredible music style? :(

  • manu i actually believe sebastian never lost his style or sound did your hear calling with alesso that was one of the biggest tracks of 2011 and did you hear the new eclipse with alesso and angello that is a certified tune if i ever herd one an artist has to mature and try new sounds and ideas that why they are called an artist i mean what makes the mafia unique is they all have different strenths and weaknesses i believe the best producer out of the bunch is axwell the best live performer with out a doubt is sebastian ingrosso the energy he brings to his gigs and throughout his sets is amazing i saw him live twice and his energy brought the house down and there is steve who is one of the hardest working and brightest buisness men i have ever seen in the electronic dance music industry

  • You know any tracks of them before 2010?
    Or the tracks Seb produced for Lune (Private Admission for example)
    This guys is so talented, that’s why I said that

  • Agree with you Manu, and Manuel you should seriously consider starting to use dots and not write 8 lines in one sentence…

  • I dont agree when Manuel says that the best live performer is ingrosso… axwell is far better than him.

  • Well said Manuel!

  • Manu:

    Ingrosso didnt produced ”Private Admission”… Adrian Lux made it!

  • Yeah seb produced Made Of Steel for lune, and a catchy kylie minogue track aswell. But Calling was godawful compared to his 2002-2005 years. Calling isnt a house track, more of a melodic piece of music that would fit well under a car commercial or something.

    But this show sounds very likeable, although the tracks aren’t that clever, I can always appreciate it when busy guys like Seb take time for a podcast as this. It’s cool that he opens up about his tracks a little bit instead of just playing it!

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