By Jessica Goodman
Updated June 22, 2015 at 03:28 PM EDT
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Calvin Harris defined #relationshipgoals when he tweeted in support of Taylor Swift’s indictment of Apple Music on Monday.

Swift had written a letter to Apple Music, explaining why 1989 wouldn’t be available on the streaming service, and chastised the company for not paying artists during the three-month free trial. She was heard loud and clear, and Apple senior executive Eddy Cue responded to her letter. “#AppleMusic will pay artist for streaming, even during customer’s free trial period,” Cue tweeted.

“When I woke up this morning and saw what Taylor had written, it really solidified that we needed a change,” Cue told Billboard.

Harris, on the other hand, constructed a giant “rave owl” at Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas. That is also cool.

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