According to Martin, Garrix has Avicii’s dead, made sure that the dj scene to become more aware of workload involved. “His death has something been set in motion,” he said in an interview published in The local newspaper.
“The decision to stop the performances must have been difficult, but it was a good idea. We were talking to each other now, but I thought it would be good with him,” said the 23-year-old Garrix (Martijn Garritsen, eds.), about his late friend and colleague.
“Weird to see what’s going on with him, but his death has been set in motion in the scene. There’s a lot more to the awareness that we are the dj’s, but also ordinary people. This goes for all the members of the crew. They have bizarre hours.”
Avicii (real name Tim Bergling) was established on april 20, 2018 and is found dead in saudi arabia. An open letter to family members, it could be inferred that the dj’s death was a suicide, in part because of the physical demands of dj life, with a big impact on his life up.
‘Take your rest?’
“After Tim’s death, I-I-I-don’t-know-how many of the messages of the other dj’s now:” Please Darryl, take it easy.’ The djs and producers themselves have much more in going to watch: ‘Take your rest?’ It has brought us closer together.”
Garrix, who, during THE two gigs will be responsible for admits that living as a popular dj and a great sacrifice, ask. Therefore, he makes sure that he has a good team around him and gathers his family to go to concerts, so they have a little bit of keep track of.
“It’s a strange life, one moment you are standing before a hundred thousand cheering people, and in the other you are lying on your own bed.”
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