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Austin Feldman stays bringing the heat to Arizona. The rising house music DJ and producer recently took Tempe venue, Sunbar, by storm. And now, we all get a chance to see what he threw down thanks to an official video of his live set. We are excited to be the first to share this set of Austin Feldman’s with you all!

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Austin Feldman by Tyler Rittenhouse [@tritt_visuals]

Get to know Austin Feldman.

Austin got his start first gaining influence from Drezo and Bijou in Arizona. With time, he learned more about the music from acts like Illusionize, Kyle Watson, and the Anti-Up duo of Chris Lake and Chris Lorenzo. We can definitely hear influence from all of these acts in Austin’s own music and performance habits.

This video is the first of its kind coming out of Sunbar. Austin and his team made sure to get all the angles and make for a great live set video to rewatch time and time again.

It’s clear that this set is packed with unreleased tracks from not only himself but his peers in the house music world, too! Our eyes and ears are definitely on Austin’s unreleased track “White Tiger,” with Forbes and vocalist Zach Salter, which is set to release September 23rd on Major Label Mixfeed. Following that will be yet another banger by the name of “No Type” in November.

Be sure to stream Austin Feldman’s set below!

Keep up with Austin Feldman:
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From September 15 to October 15, the United States recognizes National Hispanic Heritage Month. It’s a time to celebrate the vibrant Hispanic and Latinx cultures and to uplift our neighbors from those communities. Also, this offers an opportunity to learn about the innumerable different Hispanic and Latinx influences on music. Check out this article for an overview of the long, rich history of Hispanic and Latinx music over the centuries.

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