Nexus Artists in association with Budweiser & Club Metronome, present:
PAT FONTES, MATT M
Sunday, December 2, 2018 @ Club Metronome
18+ $10 ADV // $12 DOS // 21+ $10 ADV // $12 DOS
New England veteran DJ / Producer OSHEEN, is no stranger to the electronic music scene and the House Music scene in particular.
OSHEEN began his career in the early 1980’s by dosing the dance floors of local clubs and major electronic music events in the Northeast. When the rave phenomena hit in the early 1990’s, he took his skills and signature sound of House Music out to the masses and quickly became known as one of the premier underground house DJ’S throughout the United States…
The demand kept growing for his talent as a DJ, leading way to the creation of his own music productions and Record label.
OSHEEN has numerous remixes and original releases on major and also indy record labels worldwide. We are extremely excited to announce his debut Sunday Night Mass appearance.
PROPER SLAP | NOSI MUSIC | PRISONER OF LOVE – BOSTON, MA
Pat Fontes’ vast knowledge of electronic music has made him a modern day tastemaker of the House and Techno sound. With nearly two decades of DJ’ing & Production experience on his resume under his belt, the former owner, manager and music buyer of the legendary Satellite Records, Boston, has built him a strong reputation.
Pat is responsible for one of Boston’s longest running underground house, techno, and electronic odditiesweeklies at Phoenix Landing Wednesdays. The night had many monikers over the years but was most well known as “Midweek Techno” with his friends Soul Clap. He has shared the stage with the likes of Martin Buttrich, Martin Eyer, Paco Osuna, The Orb, and Marco Carola just to name a few. His sound falls under the umbrellas of techno & house but has developed a unique sound all it’s own.
Fontes has released tracks on well-known labels such as Proper Slap Limited, Thoughtless Music, Prisoner Of Love, LW and Airdrop Records. We are very pleased to welcome Pat Fontes back to the Sunday Night Mass stage for the first time in well over a decade.