DJ Avicii is being mourned and celebrated publicly throughout the globe, whereas police reportedly says there isn’t a proof of “felony suspicion” of his loss of life.
The Swedish EDM artist, identified for hits like “Wake Me Up” and “Ranges,” was discovered lifeless in Muscat, Oman on Friday. 28. Avicii, whose actual identify was Tim Bergling, was 28.
No reason for loss of life was given. Sky Information within the U.Okay. quoted a supply in Oman’s police pressure as saying that two autopsy examinations have been carried out and that they “completely confirmed that there isn’t a felony suspicion of loss of life.” Agence France-Presse additionally reported that police in Oman haven’t found any proof to counsel felony involvement in his loss of life. Avicii’s rep has not commented.
His physique shall be flown dwelling to Sweden this week, E! Information has confirmed. Police advised Individuals, “He’s survived by his dad and mom, two brothers and sister—who’re all fully devastated.”
Information of Avicii’s loss of life shocked followers, particularly in Sweden and the remainder of Europe, the place he carried out extra usually.
On the 2018 Coachella music pageant in Indio, California, Norwegian DJ Kygo carried out his favourite Avicii monitor, “With out You,” as the final track of his set.
“Right now is a really unhappy day for music,” Kygo advised the gang. “Avicii was my largest musical inspiration, and he was the rationale I began making digital music. So I do not assume I’d be on this stage tonight if it wasn’t for him and I do know he has impressed hundreds of thousands of different producers on the market, so I wish to finish my set tonight with my favourite Avicii track, in honor of Avicii, I need you guys to bop and sing alongside and let’s rejoice the lifetime of a real musical genius.”
The pageant itself additionally tweeted a tribute to Avicii, writing, “Thanks, Tim.”
In his native nation, hundreds of followers gathered at Sergels Torg, probably the most central public sq. in Stockholm, to pay tribute to Avicii. The group stood for a second of silence earlier than his music was performed and the gang listened and danced to commemorate his life.
Within the Netherlands, Avicii’s songs “Wake Me Up,” “With out You” and “Hey Brother” have been performed on the bells of the Dom Tower of Utrecht, the nation’s tallest church tower.