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Tim Bergling, ein Teenager in Stockholm, produziert und verbreitet Musik auf verschiedenen Kanälen. Eines Tages entdeckt ihn Arash Pournouri, der ihn fortan fördert und ihn unter dem Namen Avicii bekannt macht. Doch nach Auftritten, dem. Die Dokumentation erschien am März beim Video-on-Demand-Anbieter Netflix. Aufgrund von Berglings Tod am April nahm Netflix die Doku. Heute vor einem Jahr nahm sich der schwedische Star-DJ Avicii (†28) das Leben. Eine Doku zeigt nun: Der Musiker war tablettensüchtig. April veröffentlichte Netflix die Doku "Avicii: True Stories" unwissend, dass der 28-jährige Avicii alias Tim Bergling nur 20 Tage später tot in. Ein Kommentar zu der Dokumentation auf BBC von über den weltbekannten Musiker, DJ und Musikproduzenten Tim Bergling alias Avicii.
Neuigkeiten aus dem Hause Avicii: Am Oktober wird die Dokumentation "Avicii: True Stories" weltweit in die Kinos kommen. Der schwedische DJ und. Der schwedische Star-DJ Avicii spielt sich selbst und damit die Hauptrolle in der BBC-Dokumentation „Avicii – True Stories“. Der Film wurde. Ein Kommentar zu der Dokumentation auf BBC von über den weltbekannten Musiker, DJ und Musikproduzenten Tim Bergling alias Avicii.
Avicii Dokumentation - NewsletterStar-DJ Avicii starb am Er erzählt auch, dass er sich häufig fragte, ob er verrückt sei. Newsletter Nichts mehr verpassen. Warum Gleichberechtigung nichts wert ist, wenn sie nur für privilegierte Frauen gilt. Und enthüllt neue Details über sein Leben.
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Tsikurishvili followed Bergling for over four years, and captured fly-on-the-wall footage of his experiences and thinking.
Everybody knows Avicii but very few people know Tim. The Avicii story begins when he won a production competition held by Pete Tong in The year of should have been a peak for the producer, but behind the scenes, it was too much.
Stress, anxiety and illness were eating him away. He had played more than shows. After an eight month break from touring, in March of , Avicii played Ultra Miami again.
The music video, called a "tribute video", which used old clips of Avicii, was released on 24 June On 24 January , another posthumous single by Avicii was released: "Forever Yours", which is a collaboration with Kygo and Sandro Cavazza.
The song was previously performed by Avicii during his final tour in , starting with Ultra Music Festival. Bergling's early work was deep house and progressive house , usually based on a four-chord structure, sub-bass and a simple synth melody.
After achieving widespread commercial success, Bergling began working with his manager and executive producer Ash Pournouri to start House for Hunger in ,  a charity dedicated to alleviating global hunger.
The pair wanted to showcase the giving spirit fostered by the house music community. Bergling explained, "You have to give something back.
I am so fortunate to be in the position where I can actually do that. I feel lucky every day when I wake up and am able to do what I love and make a living.
In January , Bergling was hospitalized for 11 days in New York City with acute pancreatitis caused by excessive alcohol use.
In , Bergling's health deteriorated, and he retired from performing live. The documentary depicts the pressure from his management to continue performing live in spite of his objections.
High pressure from management and fans to continue touring and maintaining his public persona were cited as key reasons for his suicide, according to GQ.
In a statement from the article, "Bergling feared upsetting fans. He was sensitive to the 'flood of hate mail' after cancelled gigs.
His manager, Ash Pournouri , admitted that he knew of Bergling's health problems but refused to label them mental health problems. Furthermore, his management team only became aware of his painkiller addiction in November They staged two interventions for him, neither of which were successful.
Pournouri rescheduled many shows in order for Bergling to recover in Stockholm. Having discovered his client's alcohol issues earlier, Pournouri set out to forbid his promoters from offering him alcohol, clearing out his minibar and focusing on his recovery.
Problems worsened, however, when there were no crew to "keep tabs" on Bergling during his recuperation. Bergling died on 20 April near Muscat at the age of No cause of death was immediately given.
Our beloved Tim was a seeker, a fragile artistic soul searching for answers to existential questions. An over-achieving perfectionist who travelled and worked hard at a pace that led to extreme stress.
When he stopped touring, he wanted to find a balance in life to be able to be happy and to do what he loved most — music. He really struggled with thoughts about Meaning, Life, Happiness.
He could now not go on any longer. He wanted to find peace. Tim was not made for the business machine he found himself in; he was a sensitive guy who loved his fans but shunned the spotlight.
Tim, you will forever be loved and sadly missed. The person you were and your music will keep your memory alive.
We love you, The Family. On 1 May, TMZ reported that the cause of death was a suicide due to self-inflicted injuries with a broken wine bottle,   with Bergling eventually dying of blood loss.
He was an artist who inspired so many in so many ways, and simply put, he meant so much to us and everyone in the EDM community.
Aloe Blacc joined him on stage to perform "Wake Me Up". Thivaios continued calling Bergling "one of [his] best friends" and "a great inspiration".
I want to do something right, and in my opinion it's the right thing to do. One year after his death, tributes on social media continued to be paid by Nicky Romero , DJ Snake , Nile Rodgers , and the organisers of Tomorrowland amongst others.
On 21 April , a collection of Avicii's songs were played on the carillon within Dom Tower of Utrecht , performed by Malgosia Fiebig.
On May 21, , during the first night of the finale of the fourteenth season of reality television singing competition show The Voice , coach Alicia Keys performed Avicii's " Wake Me Up " as part of her coach duet with the last remaining artist on her team, Britton Buchanan.
During the performance, Keys made a verbal tribute to Avicii. On 16 November , Bergling's family organised a public memorial service at the Hedvig Eleonora Church in Stockholm.
The service saw a huge turn-out, with hundreds of fans filling the church to mourn and pay their respects. The service featured an orchestral choir which played music linking to events in Bergling's life and ended with a version of his number one hit " Wake Me Up ".
One fan described it as a "very moving" service and "a great tribute to Bergling". The Edition of the music festival Tomorrowland included a tribute in the decoration of the Main stage of the festival.
In September , it was announced that a tribute concert would be held in Stockholm on 5 December in memory of Avicii. All profits went to the Tim Bergling Foundation.
Gameplay includes single and multiplayer versions where players would use the game to recreate 25 of his hits throughout the years.
A portion of the profits are set to be donated to the Tim Bergling Foundation. On 9 June , it was announced that an Avicii Tribute Museum would open in Stockholm in the summer of On 26 March , Bergling's family launched a mental illness and suicide prevention foundation, named after the late DJ, the Tim Bergling Foundation.
The foundation works internationally and aims to educate people and businesses on the issues surrounding suicide and mental health.
The foundation also works to tackle climate change, manage business development, and conserve endangered species. People in the music industry are already claiming Avicii's death has raised awareness of mental health in the industry.
Avicii inspired many artists in the EDM genre, many of whom paid tribute to him after his death. Norwegian DJ Kygo cited Avicii as "[his] biggest inspiration and the reason why [he] started making electronic music.
On the day of his death, The Washington Post wrote an article citing Avicii as a pioneer artist in the attempt to bridge the gap between country and electronic music, crediting his hits " Wake Me Up " and " Hey Brother " as a good example of this movement.
Avicii also influenced a number of mainstream artists outside electronic music. On 21 November , Billboard named Avicii's hit " Levels " as one of the one hundred songs which defined the s,  whereas his hit "Wake Me Up" came 13th and was the highest charting EDM song   on the Official Charts Company 's chart of the decade.
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