For the member of Hijack, please use DJ Supreme (3). Aliases: Cold Steel, DJ Apex, DJ Chrome, DJ Undacover, Kings Of Rhythm, Loop Da Loop, Mission Accomplished, Nicky Fabulous, Nik Dresti, Space Cowboy, Vibes (2). Interview with Brixton native DJ Supreme, back from sabbatical leave, talking on his upcoming Supreme Legacy EPs version 1.0 and 2.0. In the wake of his death last Friday, April 20 th, EDM pioneer, DJ, producer, and artist, Tim Bergling, a.k.a. Avicii left behind a legacy at the age of 28.Today his family released a heartfelt statement first reported by Variety.
New double sided double 7″..
On preorder from this very day on! The master of suspense continues the legacy, this time with a double sided double 7″ – which leads to a total of four tracks housed in a lovely put together gatefold sleeve once designed by John Dyer. The EP starts off with Ice-T and The Icepick and a remix of Artcic II on a hard hitting beat, followed by the track as to bee seen and heard on the video on the below: Breathe featuring Irish legend RíRá, the return of the former Standing Ovation front man which is no-one else than Shaka Shazzam and when there’s the second knight, you’ll also have the third knight once again, The Icepick. To complete this track you’ll have some cuts by DJ Assassin on top! The second record starts over with War On Drugs with the House Of Hippies on the mic, an UK creative with a mission to bring ‘music with a message’ to the masses. Fourth is some aggressive London twang from the The Amazing Lazyboy on All O’Dat (Roun’ere).
Audio previews can be found on several digital platforms where they’re available in your preferred digital format also, including some bonus instrumentals and radio-friendly clean versions. Released on BackBone Records in collaboration with the Naked Apes with the vinyl available from our web shop. Drinks on Supreme. Sláinte!
Keep watchin’ this space for two further records being released from Naked Ape Records/Underground United in a couple of days only, being The Mantis Chapter and the return of the legendary outfit which is Gunshot.
In the wake of his death last Friday, April 20th, EDM pioneer, DJ, producer, and artist, Tim Bergling, a.k.a. Avicii left behind a legacy at the age of 28. Today his family released a heartfelt statement first reported by Variety:
“We would like to thank you for the support and the loving words about our son and brother. We are so grateful for everyone who loved Tim’s music and have precious memories of his songs.
Thank you for all the initiatives taken to honor Tim, with public gatherings, church bells ringing out his music, tributes at Coachella and moments of silence around the world.
We are grateful for the privacy during this difficult time. Our wish is that it continues that way.
The Tim Bergling Family”
Although the official cause of death has not been reported, Avicii had been dealing with numerous health issues over the years. In 2016, at the age of 26, Avicii made the bold decision to retire from live touring. He had hopes of starting a new chapter in his life and getting back to what he really loved – making music in the studio.
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At such a young age and in such a short time, Avicii accomplished what some artists cannot accomplish in a lifetime. His 2013 hit, “Wake Me Up,” undoubtedly had an impact on electronic dance music culture. Not only did it help elevate electronic music into the mainstream, but also pushed it into the “pop” genre overall. A true pioneer, we won’t soon forget Avicii as an artist or as an amazing human being. Below are a just a few highlights of his career.
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- 2010 – “Seek Bromance” (released as Tim Berg) charted in 20 countries
- 2011 – “Levels” makes it to #1 on the U.S. dance music charts
- 2012 – Becomes the first DJ to headline Radio City Music Hall in New York City
- 2012 – Headlined Ultra Music Festival for the first time
- 2012 – Nominated for a Grammy Award for “Sunshine” with David Guetta
- 2013 – Nominated for a Grammy Award for “Levels”
- 2013 – “Wake Me Up” hits #1 in 20 countries; stays at #1 in the U.S. for 14 weeks
- 2014 – Collaborates with Coldplay on track “A Head Full of Stars”
- 2016 – Final live performance in Ibiza before retiring from touring
- 2017 – The documentary “True Stories” released
- 2017 – 6-track EP Avīci (01) released
Fans and fellow DJs have shown an outpouring of praises and tributes. An especially moving tribute came from DJ and producer, Kygo at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. He ended his Coachella weekend 2 set by saying, “In honor of Avicii, I want you to dance and sing along and let’s celebrate the life of a true musical genius.”
We agree with Kygo – the best way to celebrate Avicii’s life and career is by playing his tracks, dancing to the infectious beats, and keeping his memory alive through his music. Below are some of our favorite Avicii songs. Find these and more by the talented DJ on BPM Supreme.
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Avicii – Levels
Avicii – Seek Bromance
Avicii – Hey Brother
Avicii ft. Aloe Blacc – Wake Me Up
Avicii – The Nights
Avicii ft. Sandro Cavazza – Without You
Avicii – Levels (Skrillex Remix)
Avicii – My Feelings For You
Avicii ft. Rita Ora – Lonely Together