While only in his early twenties, Dutchman Sam Feldt has become quite the deep house tastemaker of his day. With amazing remix work as well as solid hits like the early 2015 release ‘Show Me Love’, which proved to be his definite claim to fame, he’s one of the DJs to watch when it comes to a new sound flooding the scene. Sam Feldt is definitely not a stranger to the house music scene. After working behind the scenes as a producer for a long time, perfecting his musical talents, he decides to show the world what he’s capable of by uploading his first tunes by the end of summer ‘13. Within a year Sam signs with Spinnin’ Records and releases his first track on the label. It doesn’t take long for the young producer to get censed by international dance media as part of a new exciting wave of melodic deep house. With almost two million plays on SoundCloud and 250.000 plays in one week as well as a #1 Hypem spot for his remix of the Sander van Doorn & Firebeatz release ‘Guitar Track’, Sam can surely be seen as the rookie of the year 2014. Besides releasing his first original tracks with De Hofnar, the widely popular ‘Bloesem’ and a cool bootleg of the Fleetwood Mac anthem ‘Big Love’, he also presents catching remixes for folk band Mumford And Sons (‘I Will Wait’, together with Bloombox), Naxxos (‘New Orleans’), I Am Oak (‘On Trees And Birds And Fire’) and Jose Gonzalez (‘Stay Alive’, which reaches #1 on Hypem). Yeah, Sam is getting on a roll. By the end of 2014 the instant classic summer tune ‘Hot Skin’ comes out, made with fellow producer Kav Verhouzer, building up to over 800.000 YouTube views after its release. It marks he’s beyond the stage of being a rookie, Sam Feldt is already a known name delivering big tunes on a regular basis.