“Too young to be this deep.” — King Britt

Austen van der Bleek is a US DJ gaining recognition for his hard-to-pin, but distinctive style. His understanding of music and demeanor behind the decks is often described as well beyond his years.

ST PETE, FL

GIGS

SAT / AUGUST 5 THE MOVEMENT SANCTUARY » ST. PETE, FL FB
FRI / AUGUST 18 THE VINOY » ST. PETE, FL
SAT / AUGUST 19 GRASSROOTS KAVA HOUSE » ST. PETE, FL FB / RA
FRI / AUGUST 25 SUNDIAL » ST. PETE, FL
SEPTEMBER 1–4 ATLANTA, GA (AVAILABLE)
FRI / SEPTEMBER 8 VINYL ARTS BAR » ORLANDO, FL
SEPTEMBER 22 MIAMI, FL (AVAILABLE)
OCTOBER 13–17 EUROPE (AVAILABLE)
OCTOBER 18–20 AMSTERDAM (AVAILABLE)
NOVEMBER 10–11 ORLANDO, FL (AVAILABLE)
DECEMBER 7–10 MIAMI, FL (AVAILABLE)

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BIO

Austen van der Bleek is helping usher in a tried and true American underground dance music renaissance in Florida. The sound he’s developed, through both his sets and in the works productions, has impressed legends the likes of King Britt, Roy Davis Jr., and Mystic Bill — Britt even dubbing him “too young to be this deep.” He’s the driving force behind the Open House Conspiracy parties in Orlando, bringing guests such as the aforementioned, as well as Kai Alce, Charles Webster, Keith Worthy, Mike Huckaby, and more, while also working with and earning the respect of the city’s veteran exports and originals like Michael Zucker, Sleazy McQueen, Q-Burns Abstract Message, and Manny Cuevas. He’s been sought as support for other bills featuring Project Pablo, Gene Hunt, and Tony Touch as well as more commercial figures like Chris Lake and Sasha. Whether he’s selecting for carefully curated bars and clubs or underground basements and renegade sound systems, festivals like Suwannee Hulaween or art gallery warehouses in Tucson and Orlando, open air patios and rooftops or craft beer gardens across the state, Austen van der Bleek is one of the most versatile DJs his age. He is currently based out of St. Pete. 2017 has seen him play quite a few first time destinations for the young artist like Miami, Cartagena, Detroit, and Denver.