Oliver Heldens has extended an invite to the entirety of the internet to assist with his upcoming single ‘Underwater Melon’. Heldens is seeking suggestions for lyrics and album artwork.
At present, the instrumental sees Heldens veer towards unfamiliar mid-tempo glitch-hop and trap-inspired beats. According to Heldens, the lyrics will assist in making the track “real”.
“This is your chance to collaborate with me and I’m excited to hear what you got!” motives Heldens via his official website.
Avicii is challenging producers across the globe to cut the best remix of ‘Without You’ featuring Sandro Cavazza. The winner will see the remix released via Geffen Records.
The contest is open to participants worldwide. However, only one submission per participant is allowed and the remix must not contain any unauthorized samples or other copyrighted material.
The winning submission will be officially released via Geffen and featured on the DJcity blog. The winner is set to receive a $5,000 ($US) cash prize.
Avicii has dropped the video to his new track 'Lonely Together' featuring singer Rita Ora, which features on his new 'Avīci' EP, out earlier this month.
The animated clip features two astronauts on an adventure, and continues directly on from the video to his collab with Vargas & Lagola, 'Friend Of Mine', which the Swedish star shared earlier this week.
Avicii has shared an sci-fi inspired animated lyric video for his single 'Friend Of Mine', which dropped as part of his brand-new 'Avīci' EP earlier this month.
The 'Friend Of Mine' lyric video is as sweet and fluffy as the track itself, and follows the story of two CGI astronauts as they travel through an animated universe together — you can watch it in full below.
Martin Garrix has confirmed the closing track of his 2017 Tomorrowland set will see an official release some time during the next two weeks.
Avicii has confirmed that two EPs are set to follow his ‘Avīci’ release, with the third making up his full new album.
The Swedish EDM star revealed the news in a new interview on BBC Radio 1 with Pete Tong. You can listen to the chat below.
Avicii didn’t confirm the dates the new releases would land but he did reveal he is “getting back into” DJing.
He revealed that despite retiring from touring he still has decks, and has started using them again after he “couldn’t look at them” following his final shows.
Avicii has released his six-track ‘Avīci’ EP. You can listen to it in full below.
Avicii revealed that the ‘Avīci’ EP, which features collaborations with Rita Ora, AlunaGeorge, Billy Raffoul, Vargas & Lagola and Sandro Cavazza, would be released today last week.
Speaking about the ‘Avīci’ EP, Avicii said, “I’m really excited to be back with music once again, it has been a long time since I released anything and a long time since I was this excited over new music.
Avicii has shared a teaser to his AlunaGeorge collaboration, ‘What Would I Change It To’. You can listen to it below.
The track is taken from his forthcoming ‘Avīci’ EP, which he announced would be released on Thursday 10th August at 4pm CET, last week (3rd August).
Avicii revealed that he will release his much-anticipated ‘Avīci’ EP on Thursday 10th August at 4pm CET, last week (3rd August).
Now he’s shared a teaser for his Billy Raffoul collaboration from the release, titled ‘You Be Love’. You can listen to the snippet below.