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Biography

  • Avicii (real name Tim Bergling, born 8 September 1989) is a Swedish house and EDM producer, DJ and mixer who started making music aged 18.

    Bergling, most widely known by his stage-name Avicii, first made a name for himself by self-publishing his remixes and productions on various music blogs. This method of getting his bedroom-produced tracks noticed worked well for him, as he gained such a large following that one of the biggest DJs and producers in the world, Tiësto, invited him to take up a weekly residency at the Privilege club in Ibiza. Pete Tong also took notice and released Avicii’s first single, “Manman” on his own label Bedroom Bedlam.

    Aside from the remixes of songs by Little Boots, Robyn and Dizzee Rascal, Avicii’s popular tracks include the career-launcher, “Seek Bromance” which was a Ministry of Sound instrumental track popular across Europe and the UK, and the song “2 Million,” named for reaching the same number of followers on Facebook. Later that year, the single “Levels” and its accompanying video gained Bergling an MTV Music Video Awards nomination.

    The end of 2012 saw Avicii’s more mainstream success with the release of collaborative single with Nicky Romeo entitled “I Could Be The One.” 2013 bared witness to the first ever “crowdsourced” track Avicii produced with Ericsson, which enabled fans to connect directly with Bergling and no doubt contributed to the 1 million surge in Facebook followers that prompted the release of single, “3 Million.”

    Ahead of his debut studio album, “True,” Avicii released the single “Wake Me Up” featuring vocals from Aloe Blacc in June 2013 which set the tone for the album’s more chart friendly, pop sound. Single “Hey Brother” also gained mainstream recognition for Bergling, especially amongst the EDM fans in America. In 2014, Avicii gave his club roots a respectful nod by releasing a club version of his own album, remixed by himself with more suitable house and techno-dominated tracks.