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Fresh off a well-received performance at Ultra Music Festival and with ‘I Could Be The One (Nicktim)’ still doing the rounds, Sweden’s Avicii has released his latest single in the form of one of this year’s official Ultra Music Festival anthems, appropriately titled ‘UMF’.

A staple in his sets for close to two years, the track we have all come to know as ‘ID2′ has seen it’s long overdue release as part of the Miami festival’s official soundtrack album, adding further weight to Avicii’s Miami 2013 take-over in the process.

Out today on iTunes.

Fresh out from the hospital and with ‘I Could Be The One (Nicktim)’ still doing the rounds, Sweden’s Avicii presents his next release in the form of one of this year’s official Ultra Music Festival anthems, appropriately titled ‘UMF’.

A staple in his sets for close to two years, the track we have all come to know as ‘ID2′ will be getting it’s long overdue release amid the hustle and bustle of Miami Music Week, adding further weight to Avicii’s Miami 2013 take-over in the process.

Out March 19th. Pre-order the release via iTunes.

The vocals of ‘Let Me Show You Love’ are not part of the release.

Still on a high from last year’s long overdue original release, Avicii and Nicky Romero’s ‘I Could Be The One’ is given a formal remix courtesy of rising Dutch producer John Christian. Previously known for his part in the release of ‘Still The Same Man’ with Romero and Nilson earlier this month, Christian’s second official release sees him take a turn for the heavier-set terrains of Dance music, complementing the melodic stylings of ‘I Could Be The One’ with rather unique, heavy-stepping drops.

Out today on Beatport.

From the ninth of January through February 26th, producers from across the globe participated to form the world’s largest collaborative production in Dance music history. Divided into five parts, the 48-day-long feat saw well over 4000 people from 140 countries contribute with melodies, basslines, beats, breaks and effects, of which Avicii and the At Night team hand-picked a select and stellar few that was then voted upon by fans of the Swede.

Ultimately, the work of Kian Sang, Naxsy DJ-Compositeur, Martin Kupilas, ВahЯ ХakcИ, Jonathan Madray, Mateusz Kolata and Christian Westphalen received the highest number of votes, resulting in having their submissions part of the final product. Produced and assembled by Avicii, the resulting track, aptly titled ‘X You’, goes in the same vein of the uplifting, synth-laden sound scope that he has become synonymous with throughout his recording career.

Out today on iTunes.

Continuing the trend of giving away productions of his own in celebration of major milestones, Avicii celebrates three million fans on Facebook with a free download of the aptly titled ‘Three Million (Your Love Is So Amazing)’, featuring Sweden-born singer Negin.

Initially recorded for a vocal mix of his remix duties for Daft Punk’s ‘Derezzed‘, Tim Bergling utilizes Negin’s vibrant vocals with a string of swift keys and an overall sound reminiscent of his darker studio output under the guise of Tim Berg.

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More than one year in the waiting, Avicii and Nicky Romero have finally released the finished version of their long-awaited single ‘I Could Be The One,’ formerly ‘Nicktim,’ complete with vocals from Swedish singer Noonie Bao.

Pledging the Dutch producers robust sound alongside Tim Bergling’s melodic play and incorporating a radio-friendly vocal, ‘I Could Be The One’ is a simple yet infectious track of modern, full-throttle Progressive House throughout. In spite of the vocals not quite hitting in on the epic properties one would expect from a vocal mix of this calibre, ‘I Could Be The One’ is certain to make for a wildly successful release for Avicii and Nicky Romero alike.

Update (7/1): ‘I Could Be The One’ just hit the #1 spot on Beatport.

Vocal and Instrumental versions are out now on Beatport along with remixes from Audrio and Didrick.

With the world’s largest interactive collaboration on the cards for 2013, Avicii unites with Nicky Romero to drop the official music video to their upcoming single ‘I Could Be The One,’ formerly ‘Nicktim,’ ahead of it’s December 29 release.

Stuck in a life of unexciting office chores and dullness, the video for ‘I Could Be The One’ shows a middle-age woman take the decision to fulfill her dreams and try her luck ‘not giving a f*ck.’ But unlucky as she is, the ‘new’ life ends rather promptly for our ex-office employee when she becomes the victim of a violent fate at the office parking lot.

Update: The video will be back up on December 27th.

With the New Year fast approaching, Swedish producer Avicii returns with episode nine of his monthly ‘Levels’ podcast. Bouncing off fresh cuts from new school warrior Syn Cole with his remix of Kerly’s ‘The Lucky Ones’ and a brand-new original track in ‘Miami 82′, Tim Bergling embraces a surge of global talents in the form of DJ Cruz, Darwin & Backwall, Salvatore Ganacci and more, setting the tone ahead of the December 29 release of ‘I Could Be The One’ in the process.

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Tracklist:

01. Kerli – The Lucky Ones (Syn Cole vs. Kerly Dub Remix) [Island]
02. Avicii vs. Nicky Romero – I Could Be The One (Vocal Mix)
03. Cazzette – Weapon
04. Calvin Harris feat. Ayah Marar – Thinking About You [Columbia]
05. Massive Ditto – Space 1010 (Darwin & Backwall Remix) [Moon]
06. DJ Cruz – Cans [Zeyenne 89]
07. TJR – Ode To Oi [Rising]
08. Syn Cole – Miami 82
09. My Digital Enemy & Rob Marmot – African Drop (Tom Staar Remix) [Wall] w/ Gorillaz – Dirty Harry
10. Salvatore Ganacci – Rocket Science
11. TV Noise – Kill The Radio [Spinnin]

Since leaking online in the first quarter of last year, Avicii’s ‘Levels‘ has played a major role in fuelling his meteoric rise to the status of DJ superstar over the past year. But in hopes of further extending its shelf life, Universal Music and Avicii join forces with Sonu Nigam to release an official Indian version of the track, aptly entitled ‘Indian Levels’. Though uninspiring, ‘Indian Levels’ is certain to see a considerable amount of attention throughout the remainder of the year, making a name for himself across India in the process.

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More than one year in the waiting, the latest episode of Avicii’s ‘Levels’ podcast saw the formal premier of the final version of his unreleased single ‘I Could Be The One’, formerly ‘Nicktim’, alongside Holland’s once best kept secret turned DJ Mag #17 Nicky Romero.

Pledging the Dutch producers robust sound alongside Tim Bergling’s melodic play and incorporating the official, radio-friendly vocals, ‘I Could Be The One’ is a simple yet infectious track of modern, full-throttle Progressive House throughout. In spite of the vocals not quite hitting in on the epic properties one would expect from a vocal mix of this calibre, ‘I Could Be The One’ is certain to make for a wildly successful release for Avicii and Nicky Romero alike.

Update (10/12): Instrumental and vocal versions of ‘I Could Be The One’ will be released December 29th on Beatport along with remixes from Audrio, Didrick and Daniel Beasley & Jeremy Juno Remix.

Update (6/10): ‘Stranger’ has been renamed ‘I Could Be The One’

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