REPORT: Swedish house mafia cuts ties with Columbia Records

Swedish house mafia have reportedly split up with Columbia Records.

Billboard exclusively shares the group, which has been separated from both Columbia Records and Columbia Records Ron Laffitte from patriot management. The partnership was relatively new, as the Swedish house mafia finally signed the label in 2019 after a bidding war Universal Music Groupwhich led to her short-lived surge in comeback appearances.

Before all that, there was news about the unexpected but friendly separation of the EDM trio from the longtime manager Amy Thomson made headlines in 2018. It did so after the coveted reunion of the Ultra Music Festival and just before they announced a three day series of shows in Stockholm. What the fans expected from a world tour fizzled out after a few appointments and a few high-profile rejections.

Most recently, Swedish House Mafia was spotted in the studio while working on new music. The footage from SHM Art Director Alexander Wessely and everyday artist manager Max Holmstrand suggest that they are actually moving forward in some way. Under which label or which management company is unknown.

It’s been almost a decade since Swedish House Mafia released original music. Your studio album Until now came out in 2012 and revitalized timeless classics like “Don’t worry, child”, “Save the world” and more.

Whatever comes next, we hope they lead to new music.

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