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Swedish dj Avicii “could not be more”

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The Swede Avicii, one of the most famous djs of the Electronic Dance Music (EDM) that last Friday at the age of 28 died, “could” and “wild peace”, wrote his family in an open letter.

Tim Bergling, his real name, was last week Friday stillborn found in Muscat, the capital of the sultanate of Oman, where he had a few days with some friends was on vacation. “He was struggling really with thoughts about meaning, life, happiness,” wrote his family in the letter. “He could not long continue, he wanted to rest and find peace”.

A spokesman for the artist declined to comment on the cause of death, not even or to suicide. A source in the police in Oman had already said that a criminal piste was excluded.

In recent years, the Swede no secret of his health problems, such as pancreatitis as a result of excessive alcohol consumption. In 2014, he had a series of gigs cancel his gall bladder and appendix removed. “Tim was not suitable for the life that he led, the business machine. He was a sensitive artist who loved his fans, but out of the spotlight, wanted to continue,” said his family. Two years ago he surprised his fans by his retirement to announce.

“When he stopped touring, he wanted to find a balance in his life to be happy and to be able to do what he most loved – making music”.

His family describes him as “a perpetually dissatisfied perfectionist by all the traveling and hard work under extremely high pressure”.

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