Swedish house musician John Dahlbäck to tour India

Mumbai, Aug 13 (IANS) Swedish house music producer and DJ John Dählback, who is set to mesmerise music aficionados across India during September 4-6 at the Vh1 Supersonic Club Nights, says he can’t wait to enthrall music lovers here.

A staple within the electro house music scene for years through his productions and record labels, Dahlback will get audiences in Mumbai, Bangalore and Pune grooving to his beats with his electro magnifying performance through the event, conceptualised by LIVE Viacom18.

“I had a terrific time the last time I was here in India. The crowd is so loving. I was humbled to see my fans throng the venue. I can’t wait to spin some of my new sounds to audiences and am looking forward to my tour,” Dahlbäck said in a statement.

Dahlbäck has been established at the forefront of the global dance movement alongside the endless list of Swedish musicians such as Axwell, Ingrosso and Avicii. He has produced hit tracks like “Bling”, “Hustle Up”, “Life”, and “Pyramid” to name a few.

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