Swedish dance music legend Avicii has released his sixth Avicii FM radio show, and it’s chock-full of new, unreleased music from artists like Daddy’s Groove, Dada Life, Don Diablo, and EDX. Aside from the fresh new music from some of the industry’s pioneers, this episode is loaded with a plethora of unique styles and genres.
More than 100,000 people tune into Avicii FM every week, so it’s no wonder that the inclusion of such diversity throughout each radio show is important. The show is launched with highly energetic releases like Steff Da Campo and SIKS’ “Make Me Feel,” and Diablo’s “You Can’t Change Me.” Avicii takes the listener on a sonic journey through future house stylings of Don Diablo onto much calmer, welcoming Nora En Pure underground house.
During the mix, Avicii jumps in and mentions details about his forthcoming EP, citing that he’s still deciding on which tracks are going to be included on the EP.
Now I’m back in LA, and kind of getting started on the production side of the EP. I’ll keep you guys updated here as I get further in the EP creation process. So far I’m just trying to nail which songs are going to be on the EP, because I do have a lot of of songs that I haven’t started producing yet. I’m going to pick the songs first and then in March I’m doing a whole bunch of new studio sessions which I’m really looking forward to. I’m gonna sit with a bunch of old production teams that I have done a lot of songs with before.
Tim Bergling is Avicii. He’s a Swedish musician, DJ, remixer, and record producer. In 2007, the DJ signed a record deal with Dejfitts Plays, and released “Seek Bromance” in 2010. “Seek Bromance” reached the top 20 in many countries, including Belgium, France, Netherlands, United Kingdom, and Sweden. In 2013, his track “Levels” garnered international attention and was even nominated for a Grammy for the track in 2013.