Some DJs can rock a party for a night. Swedish Egil has been making people move for more than two decades. The 56-year-old DJ and remixer calls Los Angeles home where he carved a space for dance music on the American FM airwaves, the Internet and satellite radio.
From his beginnings in Sweden with his friend’s mobile DJ company to organizing and playing at his boarding school dances, Egil’s record crate evolved from funk, soul and disco in the ‘70s, through the new-wave music of the ‘80s and the precursor of electronic music to the house he plays today.
- Nocturnal Admissions: Swedish Egil (02/22/10)
Egil returns to Vegas to open for Junkie XL on Saturday at Rain and promises not to hold anything back, in addition to featuring new remixes he’s working on with up-and-coming producer (and Egil’s nephew) Carl Noren. But first the Weekly catches up with Egil in the Nocturnal Admissions podcast.
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Music featured in this podcast (available on Beatport.com):
1. Adam White, "Chimera (Sam Vahedi & Swedish Egil Remix)"
2. Joyriders, “London's In Da House (David Delano & Swedish Egil Remix)"
3. Kenneth Thomas, “Wish You Were Here (Carl Noren & Swedish Egil Remix)”