When:
September 30, 2016 @ 10:00 pm – October 1, 2016 @ 2:00 am
2016-09-30T22:00:00-07:00
2016-10-01T02:00:00-07:00
Where:
Bloom Nightclub
198 Baker St
Nelson, BC V1L 4H2
Canada
Cost:
$8-10
Contact:
Jake Langmuir
250-352-7623

FiveTrickPony proudly presents:

DPM & Mateeson of the flourishing Wheelhouse Productions crew out of Edmonton, Alberta

The Wheelhouse Crew have been actively gaining steam and street credit over the last few years throwing the best one off parties and unique social gatherings. With a main focus consisting of family, friends, music, art and of course humanitarianism. The crew is made up of multi faceted people with a keen eye and ear for quality and style. So keen, that they were asked to manage and build the new Manor stage at the infamous Astral Harvest gathering, north of Edmonton, AB. A stage that took the party by storm in its infancy this summer. So basically what I’m trying to say is, don’t sleep on this collective, they’re super sweet people that deliver high quality music with great vibes just a stones throw away.

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Mateeson

Mateeson is one of the staples when throwing around names in the Edmonton music community. He got his start in the bustling Etown afterhours scene, circa 2004 and has been making a name for himself ever since. While maintaining various residencies around the city, his constant ability to bring the freshest sounds to every dance floor he conducts solidified him as a reputable leader of the underground. Since these early years, his DJ style and bass heavy house beats have evolved into a musical oxymoron of both complexity and straightforward dance floor rhythms. He explores a variety of tempos using house staples, bass and breaks, a collaboration that provides a room with not only a sound, an experience.

His appearances at music festivals, including Astral Harvest, Kootenanny, Shambhala and Wicked Woods have aided in his quest to expand the musical landscape, while showcasing the good times and love that this music community truly has to offer.

Most recently he created Wheelhouse Productions, gathering a group of likeminded enthusiasts (okay, his best friends) to develop a platform for expansion in the electronic music community, both locally and on a much larger scale.

Their mission is to provide a fresh look on the underground music scene, paying homage to properly thrown events, while gathering enthusiasm between different musical communities and fostering mainstream excitement with positive underground vibes.
Mateeson believes in good times, with good friends.
Just ask anyone who’s graced his dance floors; that’s exactly what he’s doing!

DPM

“Dip’M” as called by his close friends is synonymous with the sounds of the underground. Having emerged from the early days of afterhours, Derek Poul Mathiesen aka dpm has developed a meticulous ear for quality music. He spent his young DJ years digging through countless record shops, here and abroad, to showcase the freshest wax of his flavor to the YEG crowd, with early residencies at Twilight and Y Afterhours. This passion for selection propelled dpm’s DJ style. His break beats and techno-influenced roots eventually gave way to the filtered house and disco infused funk most associate dpm with today. These days, Derek graced the decks at festivals including Shambhala, Astral Harvest, Motion Notion and Zion Noiz. He’s redefined the electronic music community by creating unprecedented events with Wheelhouse Productions. But when he is not behind the decks attempting to displace your audio inter face or maybe just funk in your space, he always…always takes time to bust it on the D-floor. With dpm, the music is timeless with the dance floor, seemingly endless.

Opening selections: Breakfluid & Braden Early

• Doors 10pm
• $8 before 11pm / $10 after
• $4.50 draft sleeves from Nelson Brewing Company )Bent Pole, Harvest Moon) or highballs, $7.50 doubles until 11:30pm
• Powered by PK Sound
• 19+

•• More on Bloom Nightclub from THUMP / VICE •• http://thump.vice.com/en_ca/article/shambhala-music-festival-opens-its-doors-to-new-sister-club-cafe-and-lounge