Next week marks the one year anniversary of his passing.
Lead single ‘SOS’ will drop next week.
It’s called ‘The Tim Bergling Foundation’.
The electro legend’s musical legacy will continue
Sources close to the DJ have reportedly confirmed fans’ concerns.
“He could not go on any longer.”
“We are so grateful for everyone who loved Tim’s music and have precious memories of his songs.”
Police say “two postmortems were carried out”
“I want you guys to shine out there for him.”
“We will always remember you.”
“He was my best friend”
Such sad news 🙁
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