International DJ & Producer, Axwell, recently announced the release of the long awaited track “Center of the Universe” on Ultra Music as well as the launch of a brand new cutting edge interactive video for the track. Anticipated for a few years now by his fanbase, fans had the unique privilege of hearing a remix of the single before the original edit, as Pete Tong debuted Axwell’s Remode versionof the single this past Friday, May 10, 2013 onBBCRadio 1.
The ground-breaking interactive video for “Center Of The Universe”, also launched Friday via Carlsberg as part of their long-standing partnership with Axwell on their now global ‘Where’s The Party?’ campaign. Users are invited to follow the story of a man on a journey to find the party. Viewers must #followthebeat and explore Axwell’s new track using dynamic web audio technology. Be on the look out for the full official music video premiere on Tuesday, May 21st.
Fresh off the back of the Swedish House Mafia final world tour, and now returning as a solo artist to play his first hometown show in over a year, Axwell has partnered with Where’s The Party? by Carlsberg to both curate and headline a massive tent for 9,000 party-goes at the iconic Swedish Maritime Museum in Stockholm which will be transformed into a nightclub space for the first time ever. Carlsberg will be offering consumers from around the world the chance to be there and tickets can also be purchased for the event from www.smarturl.it/AxwellWTP.
Axwell, or Axel Hedfors, is a heavyweight within the electronic dance music community, a genre that has exploded over the last few years. As well as being a DJ, Producer, and last year embarking on a world tour with Swedish House Mafia, Axwell has also had the time to win two Swedish Grammys, been nominated for an American Grammy and has topped charts worldwide with the monster hit “Don’t You Worry Child.”
Axwell is also the owner of Axtone Records and half of DEP/\RT\/RES alongside Sebastian Ingrosso, which kicks off at Ushuaia, Ibiza on 19th June, every Wednesday through to 11th September.