Avicii’s Death Mourned by The Dance Music Community UFO Network Hold Moment Of Silence


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Today we lost a legend. Swedish DJ Avicii, Tim Bergling, passed away suddenly at 28.

While there have not been many details around the artist’s death, the news has hit the dance music community hard. Personally, so much of Avicii’s early work helped me fall in love with dance music.

Today, I’ve spent much of the day listening to songs like ‘Levels’, ‘Bromance’, and ‘Penguin’. The legacy of Avicii will no doubt live on forever. His euphoric, happy productions helped push dance music into the mainstream culture. There is no other way to really put this, it just sucks. Dance music’s biggest names have spent today honoring Avicii, sharing their experiences with the legend’s music.

The body of the Swedish-born producer, who is known for his EDM hits Wake Me Up,  Levels and Hey Brother, was found in Oman on Friday, a publicist confirmed.

Avicii, born Tim Bergling, quit touring in 2016 due to battles with his health, suffering from acute pancreatitis and had to have his gallbladder and appendix removed in 2014.

In the past, the DJ struggled with addiction and was hospitalized twice for alcohol related issues.

The cause of Avicii’s death is not yet known.

Avicii dead at 28: Swedish DJ Tim Bergling's body found in Oman leaving family 'devastated'; he is seen in Los Angeles late last year

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-5639703/Avicii-dead-28-Swedish-DJ-Tim-Berglings-body-Oman-leaving-family-devastated.html#ixzz5DF0s7iIF
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The Dance Music Community Reacts To The Tragic Death Of Avicii

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