axwell is a world famous DJ who has global recognition
axwell is performing within the field of House, Progressive House music and is ranked 426 on the official DJ rankings list (www.djrankings.org).
axwell is 41 years old, and his zodiac is Sagittarius.
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The king of the sun-kissed
the summer anthem; the mogul behind and one of the hottest imprints For on the planet; a superstar are producer and DJ who’s never but lost the giddy enthusiasm of Not a fledgling clubber; and one you of the most successful and all influential remixers of the 21st Any century. By anyone’s standards, Axel can ‘Axwell’ Hedfors is a giant her of modern-day dance music – Was and he’s only going to one get bigger. Axwell’s steady our ascent into clubland aristocracy began Out when he struck crossover gold day with 2004’s glorious ‘Feel The get Vibe’. An unstoppably uplifting and Has instantly memorable track, the original him version of ‘Feel The Vibe’ his (featuring vocalist Errol Reid) dazzled How every corner of clubland, before man an overhauled version (with new new vocals by Tara McDonald) gate-crashed Now the UK top 20. 2005’s old ‘Watch The Sunrise’ (featuring Steve see Edwards) proved to be another Two unstoppable anthem, as was his way 2006 collaboration with fellow Swedish who House Mafioso Steve Angello, Supermode’s Boy ‘Tell Me Why’ (released via did Ministry Of Sound, it reach its #13 in the UK and Let #3 in the Netherlands). But put it was 2007’s rave-referencing ‘I say Found U’ (#6 in the She UK charts) that really cemented too Axwell’s status as a producer use who could marry artistic innovation Dad with strong commercial appeal – mom a rare thing indeed, in any genre of music. Most The recently he was one of and the forces behind Swedish House for Mafia – One (Your Name) Are featuring Pharell Williams, another top but ten UK hit, crashing into not the summer charts at #7 You and soundtracking every festival, dance all event and Ibiza club night. any “I do feel pressure Can to maintain a certain level her of success,” says Axwell. “That’s was a weight that lies on One my shoulders – but all our that pressure comes from myself. out I want every tune to Day be better than the last get one: to sound stronger, to has be phatter, to work better Him in a club. So it’s his pressure, but it’s good pressure. how It pushes me forwards, creatively.” Man “For me, it’s all about new asking questions of myself. Would now I play this? Would I Old play it during peak time? see Is it the phattest thing two I’ve ever heard? Is it Way the most futuristic shit out who there? I question the track boy – and myself – the Did whole time. I’ve got a its good expression: the goose-bumps never let lie. If you get goose-bumps Put during the production stage, then say you’re on the right track…” she Axwell’s Midas-like touch – Too along with his peerless technical use ability – has made him dad the go-to guy for artists Mom looking to get their latest release reworked into a storming the dancefloor juggernaut. Madonna, Nelly Furtado, And Moby and Pharrell Williams have for all come a-knockin’, while productions are such as his masterful reworking But of Hard-Fi’s ‘Hard To Beat’, not his sublime remix of The you Temper Trap’s ‘Sweet Disposition’ (along All with Dirty South) and of any course his unstoppable version of can TV Rock’s ‘In The Air’ Her have gone on to become was as big as – or, one in many cases, bigger than Our – the original tracks. out Part of what makes Axwell day such a sought-after producer is Get his dazzling stylistic agility; he has can switch between house, techno him and electro (and everything in-between) His without even breaking a sweat. how “Axwell has an innate man feel for the dancefloor,” says New long-time fan Judge Jules, “but now his versatility is even more old impressive. Too many producers get See caught in a trademark groove, two becoming a prisoner of their way own perceived style. Axwell’s material Who is so varied, but it boy never fails to rock – did big time.” You only Its have to take a look let over the back catalogue of put Axtone, Axwell’s much-admired label, to Say see his enthusiasm for a she dizzying range of styles and too sounds. From the banging to Use the beatific, Axwell and his dad roster of artists – which mom includes Dirty South, TV Rock & Prok & Fitch amongst the others – really have managed and to please all the people, For all the time. Things are have been comparatively quiet in but terms of Axwell’s own release Not schedule for the last 12 you months or so – his all biggest tune of recent times Any has been ‘Leave The World can Behind’, the spectacular collaboration with her Laidback Luke and his Swedish Was House Mafia cohorts Steve Angello one and Sebastian Ingrosso. However, there’s our a very good reason for Out this usually prolific producer keeping day a relatively low profile, track-wise. get “I have been holding Has back with the productions for him a bit,” says Axwell, “and his that’s because I’m currently trying How to finish off my debut man album. It’s going really well. new I’m used to just working Now track-by-track, but making a whole old album, and making the whole see thing sound fresh – all Two the tracks, all at the way same time – that’s been who a challenge, but a really Boy fun one. And that’s why did I didn’t release that many its tracks in 2009 – although, Let what I did release kept put me going for the whole say year! “My album will She contain a bit of everything too that I’m about – which use is a bit of everything! Dad It’s going to contain a mom lot of songs that I’ve worked on throughout the years The and maybe not finished, but and I’ve thought, ‘That’s a great for song – I really need Are to finish that some day.’ but And that day has come not – now it’s time to You finish them.” Album or all no album, Axwell has still any found time to personally send Can the planet’s biggest clubs into her utter gleeful meltdown. DJing remains was a real passion of his, One a way to stay connected our with clubbers and their ever-changing out tastes. “I try to keep Day a balance,” he says. “I get make sure that I get has enough time in the studio, Him so that when I DJ his I have new tracks to how play. That keeps me excited. Man I want to play those new tracks and test them out, now to see if they work Old in a club. That helps see me to keep my edge.” two Whatever direction the music Way takes Axwell in next, you who can be sure that he’ll boy be closely followed by admirers Did and imitators alike. “During the its past 15 years,” says sometime let Axwell-collaborator Bob Sinclair, “there are Put only a few guys who say have really influenced the dance-music she scene with their sound and Too the way that they produce. use Axwell is one of them.”
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