The 'Miami 2 Ibiza' trio accused other producers of turning current dance music into cheesy pop songs that have a negative impact on the credibility of the house genre.
"All this chewing-gum child s**t will destroy the house scene. It happened before in 1998 with the filtered house disco stuff," member Axwell told the Daily Star.
"When you start using the Lambada and novelty songs it's like raping house music. It's gone further away from what it was meant to be. It's pretty dark what some artists are doing."
Axwell also suggested that certain music producers mix the same style of song continuously, while others are part of a copycat culture.
"There's a lot of similar sounding records out there. We don't want house to be watered down. It's up to us to keep it real," he added.
The Swedish trio are currently promoting their new single 'Save The World', which charted at number 11 in Sunday's Top 40.
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Watch the video for Swedish House Mafia's new single 'Save The World' below: