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The foundation will initially focus on supporting people and organisations working in the field of mental illness and suicide prevention...

Avicii’s family have started the Tim Bergling Foundation in support of mental health. 

The project will initially concentrate on offering support to individuals and organisations...

Klas Bergling discussed the foundation’s work in a new interview

Avicii’s father, Klas Bergling, has opened up about the work being done by the Tim Bergling Foundation in the area of suicide prevention. 

In a...

19 of Avicii's collaborators will team up with a 30-piece band on the performance

Stockholm's Friends Arena is to host a special one-off orchestral tribute concert to Avicii next month.

The event is being produced by the Tim Bergling...

An emotional journey from one of dance music's greats...

Avicii’s posthumous artist album,‘TIM’, is available to listen to now. 

Spanning 12 anthemic tracks and many genres, the album features collaborations with Imagine Dragons, Aloe...

DJ Mag visits Time Warp to see if it's still got it

Back in the early days of Time Warp, the organisers faced some scepticism from the community of Mannheim about an annual all-night rave...

The weird world of Mark Henning

As Panorama Bar’s 24-hour party people continue to lure the cream of British producers to Berlin, having Anglo-German heritage is probably the closest you...

Tim Gane on why music is like a tapeworm and that time Daft Punk slipped him a demo...

In 1990, Tim Gane formed post-rock superstars Stereolab with Laetitia Sadier who would go on to become his partner (until 2004) and the mother of...

Following the massive 'Mr Spock', Dirtybird's Justin Martin finally gets the props he deserves...

San Francisco’s Dirtybird Justin Martin has been bubbling under for years as your favourite underground DJ/producer. But the amiable tech house nut has his sights...

The radio show aired its last episode on New York's WNYU station back in March

Tim Sweeney has relaunched his long-running Beats In Space radio show on a new home, the Apple Music 1 station.

Having aired 1,000 broadcasts across...

Marquee resident and EDM A-lister speaks out

Las Vegas’s dance music gold rush has seen buzzword clubs flip quicker than a winning hand at a hot table. But it’s Marquee Nightclub and Dayclub that’s gobbled up more column inches than any other. That’s down in no small part to the Who’s Who of DJ residents they’ve brought in. That, in clip-note form, is what’s brought us here today: a sit-down and pow-wow about Marquee, the universe and other things with one of their resident elite. Step forward Jeffrey Sutorius, DJ, frontman, mouthpiece and best-known-face of trance trio Dash Berlin. And a man it transpires that, like Las Vegas, has seen some boom and bust of his own.

2012 Miami Listing's

 Yup, it's that time again — all eyes on South Beach. The East Atlantic coast of Miami, USA is braced for another infiltration of dance...

The album will be aired at 5pm CET...

Following the release of singles 'Tough Love' and 'SOS', Avicii's posthumous album 'TIM' will be released later today.

Broadcast by Tomorrowland One World Radio at...

It lands on Moon Harbour in February...

Emanuel Satie lands on German label Moon Harbour with his ‘All The Time’ EP on 1st February. You can listen to the exclusive premiere of...

Meet the Miller SoundClash Champions

We caught up with Mexican duo Tom & Collins after their victorious Miller SoundClash performance in Las Vegas. The affable duo overcame stiff opposition from...

Mexico warms up for the end of the world

In an era where unlikely rave settings have become increasingly ubiquitous, making an impression has never proved more difficult. From fortresses in Serbia to abandoned power stations in Berlin, clubbers around the world have become increasingly accustomed to unique destinations and boutique festivals. Yet in spite of all this widespread competition, Mexico’s inaugural Time and Space Festival is still worthy of note.