Back in 2011, it was hard to find a bigger name in the world than Calvin Harris. This was an era when Barack Obama was still serving his first term as president of the United States, Manchester United were still winning trophies in football, and Kim Kardashian was still three years away from her marriage to Kanye West. Safe to
We all agree that the passing of dance music megastar Tim Bergling, better known as Avicii, has been one of the most tragic news in recent music history. However, the Swedish icon will forever be a living legend, as he has been the biggest representative of the electronic music scene in what it has been one of the, if not the
One of EDM's all-time superstars, Calvin Harris, released one of his biggest tracks back on this day in 2012. Taken from his '18 Months' album, 'Sweet Nothing' featured the vocals of kooky songstress Florence & The Machine, and represented a big moment for Calvin, who had already achieved big success on the album thanks to tracks like 'We Found Love'
Around five years ago Calvin Harris steered into a different direction musically. Moving away from from the role of vocals for all his tracks, he began to work with other artists instead. He also changed his live shows, from performing everything live with a band (where Calvin played the keys and did the vocals), to performing DJ sets. This decision has
Throughout his notorious career, Calvin Harris has become one of the most successful artists within the electronic dance music circuit. From his early work, including "I'm Not Alone" and "Ready for the Weekend", to his most recent releases such as "Hype" and "My Way", the Scottish producer has consistently kept a formidable discography under his name for many years now. Harris has also collaborated with the