While artists throughout Ultra Music Festival have been uploading their live sets to YouTube, there are a few standouts still dragging their heels. One of them, and likely the most in demand, was Sunday’s headliner Swedish House Mafia.
Unfortunately, you likely won’t ever see that set on their YouTube page.
According to their manager Amy Thomson, it was a “One Time Only” stream. And honestly, given the technical difficulties with the lights and visuals, and the static position of the camera throughout their entire set, you’re not really missing much by not getting the stream upload.
There are still plenty of audio rips floating around that will likely serve the same purpose you’re looking for without the hassle. And it’s not like the rest of the cameras at the main stage weren’t working during their set…
We assume that their Ultra set will be revealed in more of a documentary, after-movie type fashion some time down the line, but there’s currently no concrete evidence to support that.
It’s all about rights, just wait for UltraTV to post it.
— David Gibbs (@DGibbo88) March 28, 2018
Swedish House Mafia closed Ultra Music Festival on Sunday after playing their “last” show there five years prior. They’re suspected to have debuted at least two new collaborations during their set, including one sampling an LL Cool J song with the lyrics, “Don’t call it a comeback.”
Sources indicate that Ultra will not be Swedish House Mafia’s only appearance this year, and they may in fact have an EP on the way, as well.
Listen to their set below via Mixcloud.
Photo via aLIVE Coverage for Ultra