Swedish House Mafia Member Steve Angello's Most Inspiring Tweets!

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Before he tackles Warsaw at UMF Poland or co-headlines Hackney Weekend in London with the likes of Jay-Z, Rihanna and Kasabian, Swedish House Mafia's Steve Angello will swing through South Beach to get his Miami fix.

The 29-year-old DJ is performing live at Amnesia Miami on Friday, June 1. But before he digs into his bleepity-bloopity arsenal of electronic dance music and drops a bass-heavy set of club bangers, we thought it'd be fun to share our favorite Steve Angello-isms.

So here are a few of the SHM made man's often unintentionally funny, sometimes inspiring tweets.

"Cleaning out the computer is like taking a shower after a mud bath!"

Ain't that the truth, brother? No matter how hard you scrub, you'll still smell like shit. Similarly, no matter how many GBs you clear up, there's always going to be some hidden porn files eating away at your RAM.

"There's so much to life I don't see how people can be blinded by negativity. Being negative is a sign of weakness. Easy way out."

Negative people suck. And while we're on the subject, blind folks should see more things on the bright side.


Easier said than done, but inspiring nevertheless. Sometimes, bumper sticker messages really hit home.

Steve Angello. Friday, June 1. Amnesia Miami, 136 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. The party starts at at 11 p.m. and tickets cost $40 plus fees via wantickets.com. Call 305-538-2424 or visit amnesiamiami.com.

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