Contest Alert: Win Tix to See Swedish House Mafia’s ‘Leave the World Behind’
Swedish House Mafia's Axwell, Steve Angello and Sebastian Ingrosso officially called it a day in 2012. As the trio crisscrossed around the world bidding their fans farewell and selling-out stadiums (ca-ching!), talented Swedish director Christian Larson — who had previously documented the group's rise on the acclaimed 2010 documentary Take One — embedded himself with the Mafia, capturing the triumvirate's final gigs and private moments.
Larson's work is summed up in Leave the World Behind, a documentary premiering March 13.
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