Pete Tong has just inducted another musician into his BBC Radio 1 Hall Of Fame. Steve Angello joins other notable DJs such as Mark Knight, Richie Hawtin, David Guetta and Seth Troxler, among many others dance music legends.The Swedish House Mafia producer has been riding the success of the first part of his latest album, Wild Youth, with his hit single ‘Children Of The Wild’ having half a million plays on SoundCloud alone.Steve Angello talks about his influences and what brought him about to how he views music today, crediting disco, hip-hop, and the earliest forms of electronic dance music in the forms of Daft Punk and Faithless as his stepping stones into helping pioneer the scene. Amidst the interview, he also reminisced about the early days with fellow Swedish House Mafia DJs Axwell and Sebastien Ingrosso. talking about their coming of age in a community that had little interest in dance music, as well as the earliest making of the Swedish House trio.Steve Angello’s focus now turns to cementing his legacy. There’s no doubt about his past achievements, and while some could argue that he’s now one of the greats, Angello needs to keep up with his influence and provide more of the same quality and inspiring music.