Austin Peralta Trio at Warsoul Sessions from SITKKO on Vimeo.
Mike Gurrieri says:
Nov 22, 2012
Rest In Peace Austin
R.I.P. AUSTIN PERALTA !
Austin, you’re really gone? Far too unreal. We will forever miss you, love you, and celebrate what you’ve given us. Many prayers to your family and all who loved you. A tragic and devasting loss to music and the world. Thankfully you’re still in our Universe. GodSpeed
I love Austin’s music. Wishing his friends and family the best, and hoping they are able to cherish and celebrate what they loved most about him.
Matt Pike says:
This world has been robbed.
Rudy Klobas says:
So sorry to hear this… My thoughts go out to the friends and family of Austin.
R.I.P. Really sorry people, he had a very bright future. He left some beautiful f***ing music to us though. Thanks Austin
Greg Spero says:
I’m in absolute disbelief. Austin will live on as a legend as more people find out about the music of the late genius. Rest in peace, brother.
Zachary King says:
the world has lost a great person but the universe has gained a beautiful soul.
Martin Horntveth says:
It’s so sad I really can’t believe it yet. I had the pleasure to play with Austin last year when he came to Norway for a show we had with Jaga Jazzist. He blew me, the band and the audience away! A TRUE STAR in every way! We’ll miss you so much! Martin
eternal vibrations. peace to Peralta and brainfeeder family
Daniel Tamenpi says:
Definitely a sad day for the good music..
Good memories with his concert in Brazil last September.
Here are another video links:
We’ll miss you and your music Austin, peace.
RIP and most sincere condolences for the loss to all close to him. We’re all thankful to have had him enrich our lives in such a short time. May he live eternal through the work he has gifted us.
So sad and such a loss!R.I.P.,Austin!
I would also add this one ..
Kinda fits the mood.
Judith Bell says:
Rest in Peace.
Such beautiful music we have heard, and so sad for the notes we can’t hear that are playing now out there wherever he is now…
Jake Colman says:
Wednesday I lost a brother, and am still in disbelief. there are no words to describe how i feel, except the most vibrant and inspirational person in my life is now free to accomplish what he struggled with in this physical domain. I know in the izzness the n’th dimension he’s still swingin, way out of course. Now there are no limits to what he can do and hopefully we will be able to sense and appreciated his music and love transcending our structurally based reality. be free my brother, i know you will find what and who you’re looking for. I speak for everyone when i say I wish you could have waited several more decades. just don’t forget to write, or make the skies sing.
Most talented die early…shit world
So sad for the world to lose such a talent at such a young age. RIP, Austin.
We went to the same jam sessions (mainly, Dinner M House), where I met him. Lots of common friends-players, good times…very beautiful person, great, positive energy, unbelievable talent…
I remember this like I saw him the other day…what a terrible loss!
Went to school with this kid, saw him at low end and just blew me away, 22, geezus,
RIP Austin you will be missed
Nov 23, 2012
The man was an incredible pianist/composer. Celebrate what was the life that he was able to live.
Lots of love to the friends and family. His music touched many and he will be greatly missed.
Silvana Lee says:
Kosta G says:
When I heard the news I had just gotten home that night… and I was hoping it wasn’t true.
I saw Austin play live with Thundercat in San Francisco last year in June, and their performance actually changed my life.
He will be sorely missed by family, friends and music lovers world wide, but he will never be forgotten.
Rest in peace, Austin.
Playlist #157 « The Drift says:
[…] Tribute to Austin Peralta (1990-2012) […]
Nov 24, 2012
So sad. So shocked. RIP Austin.
I’m very sorry to hear about the loss of the young genius master! .
Please accept my deepest condolences to the family’s loss. May his memory be eternal and for the love of his music & talent Rest in peace, Austin.
Rest in peace, Austin. Amazing music, art, and life from a beautiful human being. May his spirit live on through the inspiration he instilled in so many of us.
Jon Moore says:
Rest in Peace Austin. Sublimely talented and part of something of something so beautiful. Constantly in awe of what you were doing. It’s not right that that much talent can suddenly not exist. Your work will live on dude.
Nov 25, 2012
Nov 26, 2012
Endless planets was one of the first Brainfeeder joints i purchased – i really appreciate what the Brainfeeder family have done musically in my life over the last year and Austin, your music was one of the defining sounds that motivated me to enjoy music again, specially in these commercially disposable days of loveless sounds. It hurts that another great light has been taken from is. My condolences to the Peralta family and friends. My you find peace Austin. Much love and respect.
My heart aches – we will never forget you !
Forever alive on the solar winds.
Steven Thomas says:
Nov 27, 2012
I loved his work more than I can say. He will be dearly missed! RIP Austin!
Late night study tunes: edn. IV | beyond words. says:
Nov 28, 2012
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A Young Prodigy’s Search, Cut Short | Jazz24 says:
Nov 29, 2012
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Nov 30, 2012
Brendan Krotz says:
Dec 2, 2012
just found out about this… such sad news for a young genius to pass… much respekt to his family, friends, ppl who had the pleasure to see him live & all the fans… will be sorely missed
Dec 3, 2012
Rest in peace Austin. You will be missed so much.
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Dec 7, 2012
Weekly Digest 5 : Brooklyn Radio says:
Jan 10, 2013
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Jan 31, 2013
I never had a chance to see this amazing musician play in person…really feel sad&mad about that. Can’t believe amazing true talent can fade away fast…Rest in Peace.
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Apr 21, 2013
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Jul 14, 2013
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