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Sebastian Ingrosso and Tommy Trash’s acclaimed collaboration ‘Reload’ was undeniably one of the leaders among last year’s Progressive House anthems. In its original form, those captivating synth lines and creaseless breaks made for one of the essential moments of any reputable DJ set, marking that Ingrosso and Trash was a match made in heaven as far as the club floor was concerned.

Close to six months down the line from its instrumental release, ‘Reload’ is given an extended shelf life courtesy of the vocal talents of famed Swedish House Mafia vocalist John Martin. Officially premiered as an Essential New Tune on Pete Tong’s Essential Selection, the new, sing-along friendly version of ‘Reload’ is sure to be music to the ears of those who craved a vocal cut or simply missed it first time around.

Out today on iTunes.

Sebastian Ingrosso and Tommy Trash’s acclaimed collaboration ‘Reload’ was undeniably one of the leaders among last year’s Progressive House anthems. In its original form, those captivating synth lines and creaseless breaks made for one of the essential moments of any reputable DJ set, marking that Ingrosso and Trash was a match made in heaven as far as the club floor was concerned.

Close to six months down the line from its instrumental release, ‘Reload’ is given an extended shelf life courtesy of the vocal talents of famed Swedish House Mafia vocalist John Martin. Officially premiered as this week’s Essential New Tune on Pete Tong’s Essential Selection, the new, sing-along friendly version of ‘Reload’ is sure to be music to the ears of those who craved a vocal cut or simply missed it first time around.

Update: The release date is set for May 10th.

Sweden’s stadium-filling powerhouse Swedish House Mafia have always been full of surprises. But in the aftermath of hitting #1 on the UK charts, their sixth and final single ”Don’t You Worry Child” receives a slew of remixes by an unexpected assortment of producers from across the spectrum.

On hand with swift drum work and raw energy that may lack the vocal opulence of the original but excels on the merits of invigorating energy, hotly tipped British duo Tom Staar and Kryder lay down a formative headline number of the single, with Promise Land’s remix blending wobbles and persistent misshapen chord play. But where the two aforementioned remixes touch on the energetic vibes now synonymous with the Swedish trio, Joris Voorn rounds off the three-piece package with a turn for the unexpected, choosing to chop John Martin’s heartwarming vocals into a soothing Tech House formula.

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Update (29/10): The remixes are now available on iTunes and Spotify.



While remixes from Tom Staar & Kryder and Promise Land have emphasised the heavy-hitting sound now synonymous with remodels of the Swedish trio, the third and final official remix of Swedish House Mafia’s latest single sees ”Don’t You Worry Child” take a turn for the unexpected, courtesy of enigmatic Dutch producer Joris Voorn.

Despite not quite hitting in on the same epic properties as that of ‘Goodbye Fly‘, the sophisticated stylings of Voorn’s deeper House grooves marks a familiar and inspiring cut from the usually trend-setting Netherlands asset. Donning a substantial Electronic diversion to the original’s emotive synth work, Voorn brings some diversity to the package and rounds off this unexpected assortment of remixers with a soothing Tech House twist.

Release date is yet to be announced.

Update (5/10): Preview of the dub version of the remix is now available.

Following up on the Tom Staar and Kryder remix, Swedish House Mafia’s ”Don’t You Worry Child” receives a fresh second coat of paint for 2012 courtesy of Promise Land. As debuted by Steve Angello at Size In The Park last month, the Italy duo continue their successive spree of stern yet melodic club offerings with a wobbly take on the trio’s sixth and last single release.

Utilizing the original tracks standout vocal assets courtesy of John Martin and injecting a thorough dose of persistent misshapen chord play to the equation, Nazario Pelusi and Fabio Ranucci set the tone ahead of their upcoming Size Records single ‘Heroes’ with stadium-worthy substance.

Release date is yet to be announced.

Back on remix duty for their most daring effort to date, hotly tipped British Dance assets Tom Staar and Kryder are on hand to present the first official remix of Swedish House Mafia’s recently released sixth single, ”Don’t You Worry Child.”

Where ”Don’t You Worry Child” utilises John Martin’s heartwarming vocals with melodic synth play throughout, the British duo goes in the same vein as their highly-supported remix for Afrojack and Shermanology’s ”Can’t Stop Me” to bring their swift drum work and raw energy to the emotive original. While their Danny Howard-premiered reinterpretation may lack the vocal opulence of the original, Tom Staar and Kryder prove that British House music is on par with a dark and heavier-set turn for this acclaimed farewell single.

Out soon via EMI.

Update: Changed sample

An emotional rollercoaster of countless industry firsts – the Swedish House Mafia have rightfully earned their place in the history books of Electronic music. But as the standard setting figureheads of Dance music prepare to bow out with their last collective tour, the Swedish House dons follow up ‘Greyhound’ with the release of their sixth studio single in ‘Don’t You Worry Child’.

Perhaps a notion to their own family bonds or to the wealth of young admirers that their club stylings have accumulated over the years, this emotional original is a fittingly sincere soundtrack to the end of their reign on global Dance music. Employing the heart-rending vocal skills of John Martin, the trio exercise a strong sense of euphoria for this suspected studio finale. As melodically refined and energetically stirring as their infamous reputation would dictate, ‘Don’t You Worry Child’ is yet another chapter in the studio careers of Steve Angello, Sebastian Ingrosso and Axwell that will remain on record as the peak of an influential force who came, raved and loved to the very end of their landmark industry venture.

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Update (5/10): The extended and instrumental mixes have now been released on iTunes.

Acoustic version: (Catch the music sheet here.)

Words by Dan Carter

An emotional rollercoaster of countless industry firsts – the Swedish House Mafia have rightfully earned their place in the history books of Electronic music. But as the standard setting figureheads of Dance music prepare to bow out with their last collective tour, BBC Radio 1’s Pete Tong played host to the formal premier of their latest studio single ‘Don’t You Worry Child’ as this week’s essential new tune.

Perhaps a notion to their own family bonds or to the wealth of young admirers that their club stylings have accumulated over the years, this emotional follow-up to ‘Greyhound’ is a fittingly sincere soundtrack to the end of their reign on global Dance music. Employing the heart-rending vocal skills of John Martin, the trio exercise a strong sense of euphoria for this suspected studio finale. As melodically refined and energetically stirring as their infamous reputation would dictate, ‘Don’t You Worry Child’ is yet another chapter in the studio careers of Steve Angello, Sebastian Ingrosso and Axwell that will remain on record as the peak of an influential force who came, raved and loved to the very end of their landmark industry venture.

Update (16/8): ”Don’t You Worry Child” will be released September 14.

Update (7/9): The official acoustic version is now available. Check out the notes and lyrics here.

Words by Dan Carter

Reaching stellar status across the globe is a fact Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso and Steve Angello have encountered lately, both as highly regarded solo perfomers and as the jointed force of Swedish House Mafia. As the remains of Leave The World Behind, One and Miami 2 Ibiza are still getting their share of fame, their 2011 anthem, Save The World, has completely scampered away thanks to a well disposed release schedule and the original’s urge of sing-along to the catchy voice of John Martin. The first package of remixes, starring Alesso, Style of Eye & Carli, Third Party and Knife Party, was release in early June and as the trio has got a remix for Coldplay on the rise, the second remix package is getting yet closer as we’re now unveiling the Germany-based Zedd’s contender, joining in on the new remixers list alongside versions from AN21 & Max Vangeli and Dimitri Vegas, Like Mike & Angger Dimas. The young earnest whom just recently installed himself on Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak Records with the dynamics of Dovregubben is now presenting us his take on the lovely original from the superstar trio which has been getting hammered by the support of Afrojack among others.

Swedish House Mafia feat. John Martin – Save The World (Zedd Remix) [EMI Music] – Beatport Link

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The trio of superstars is currently riding a tsunami of fame, originating from their three unstoppable anthems, including their newest single - Save The World, made alongside fairly unknown Swedish vocalist John Martin. As the immense buzz is curcuiting Swedish House Mafia’s hit single thanks to a rapid climb on the global charts lately and reaching number one in numerous countries, discussions regarding the forthcoming remix packages have flooded the net. As the first remix package, including versions from Alesso, Style Of Eye & Carli, Third Party and Knife Party, is bouncing around in the clubs, another remix is now released via the influential EMI Music. Whilst remixes from Zedd and Dimitri Vegas, Like Mike & Angger Dimas are also in the works, the Swedish-American duo that have collaborated well over a year with the result of a serously high-end outlet of tunes is also topical with a forthcoming debut album on Size Records release their uplifting remix on trio’s sing-along anthem. As the two headlining singles, People Of The Night and Whisper, of their new album have both been premiered in Pete Tong’s Essential Selection and are set for launch from camp Size, AN21 and Max Vangeli release what might be just the best version of Save The World so far!

Swedish House Mafia – Save The World (AN21 & Max Vangeli Remix) [EMI Music] – Beatport Link

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