Poor health forced him to cancel several shows.
No more levels left to complete.
“I’ve decided this 2016 run will be my last tour and last shows. Let’s make them go out with a bang!”.
Calvin Harris remains the undisputed king of EDM, topping Forbes’ list of the highest paid DJs for 2015. The magazine’s annual list of ‘Electronic Cash Kings’ has just been unveiled, accompanied by the kind of figures that will snap your sense of self worth like a glowstick. Scottish producer Harris raked in a cool $66
Drake, The Prodigy and Avicii compete for the spotlight!
Returning to Future Music Festival after a three year hiatus, I was a little skeptical. I ventured to Randwick Racecourse pondering my last experience. Future ’12 was full of fond memories and killer acts, but the overall festival experience was a off, and I left a little sour – hence my hiatus. After preaching promises
Good Life, the world’s largest under-18s music festival, returns with a DJ-heavy lineup in 2015, including big names such as Swedish producer Avicii, Martin Garrix, Afrojack, Will Sparks, Timmy Trumpet and Joel Fletcher. Live acts included on the bill include Aussie hip hop act Bliss N Eso and pop star Havana Brown. Future Music 2015
The world’s wealthiest young musicians have claimed 9 out of 10 spots in Forbes‘ Top Earning Celebrities Under 30 list, proving there’s still a lot of money to be made in some areas of the music industry. So who’s come out on top for the last financial year? Our good mate Justin Bieber. At only
Drake, The Prodigy and many more!
The annual DJ Mag Top 100 DJ list, as voted by EDM fans, has just been released, with Dutch DJ and producer, and recent visitor to Australia, Hardwell scoring the top position for a second consecutive year. In 2013 Hardwell became the youngest-ever winner of the award, taking the crown from five-time winner Armin Van
Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong, Chris Martin, System of A Down’s Serj Tankian, and Jon Bon Jovi are among the collaborator’s set for Avicii‘s next album. The EDM superstar previously worked with the Coldplay frontman on A Sky Full of Stars from the band’s latest album, Ghost Stories. As Rolling Stone reports, in addition to
“The Beatles have no future in show business,” a young band from Liverpool was told by Decca Records in 1962. JK Rowling was rejected by a dozen publishers, Michael Jordan didn’t make his high school basketball team, and Avicii was once struggling to get anyone to listen to his tunes. As WhiteRaverRafting reports, before Avicii
At least 29 punters have been hospitalised for illnesses related to drugs and alcohol consumption, following an all-ages concert by EDM superstar Avicii in Toronto on Saturday night. Safety personnel at the venue were “overwhelmed” by the number of sick attendees in the 20,000+ crowd. As The Toronto Star reports, medical personnel at the Rogers
EDM festival TomorrowWorld has announced the first set of artists to grace it’s 2014 USA lineup, which will include headlining performances for huge electronic music stars like Avicii, David Guetta, Diplo, Kaskade, Skrillex and Tiesto. Adding to this sterling roster, the festival will also feature Bassnectar, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Martin Garrix, Nicky Romero,
Canadian producer Deadmau5 took the stage to replace Avicii for Saturday’s closing set at Miami’s Ultra Music Festival and, true to form, the progressive-house DJ approached his set with a little bit of trademark humour, poking fun at fellow producers Martin Garrix and his hospitalised colleague Avicii. The fun began when Deadmau5 took to Twitter
Canadian progressive-house producer deadmau5, real name Joel Zimmerman, is set to close out day two of Ultra Music Festival in Miami, Florida after Swedish DJ Tim Bergling, aka Avicii was hospitalised with gall bladder issues. Avicii was set to headline the festival, and was also set to play at the SLS South Beach in Miami,
Punters who missed the chance to score tickets to EDM maestro Avicii‘s sold out True tour of Australia now have another shot. Music Feeds and our friends at Guvera are offering one lucky winner the chance to win two VIP tickets to his January 25 Sydney show, plus an exclusive Avicii prize pack. To enter,
New Zealand’s Lorde has run away with first place in the inaugural ARIA streaming chart. According to ARIA’s recently released 2013 End Of Year Charts, Lorde’s global sensation Royals spent a healthy five weeks at the top last year followed by Avicii’s Wake Me Up which amassed a mighty eleven weeks at the peak. Independent
One the most recognisable monikers in EDM today, Avicii is set to make his triumphant return to Australia with his True Tour in 2014, which kicks off at the Brisbane Riverstage on Saturday, 25th January, and Music Feeds is giving you and a friend the chance to experience Avicii live in your capital city! Tickets
One of the most in-demand DJs planet earth has to offer, Avicii, has announced that he will be bringing his internationally acclaimed True Tour show Down Under in 2014. Continuing his mission to make every other 23-year-old feel ridiculously underaccomplished, the record-breaking Swedish producer will be rocking up to our shores in January next year.