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Jason Patrick

Baltimore, United States

Hard Dance, Progressive House

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This Dj/Producer has played alongside artists for the last decade such as Terrence Parker, Timo Maas, Deep Dish, Fabio, Roc Raider, Juan Atkins, and a host of others. His signature blend of Progressive House has taken him to some of the biggest party’s nationwide and halfway around the world. As a producer he has remixed and done tracks for Charles Feelgood, Dj Pope, Lunn N Latham, and Laketrout. He also has had featured singles such as “I’ll Take You There” (5/5 B.P.M Magazine) and “Show Me the Way Out” Mixmag UK. For more info check

Born in Hawaii in May of 1975 Jason Patrick Moulton came kicking and screaming to Baltimore in 1979. The move came after JP’s parents divorced in 1978. By the early 90’s Jp found himself inspired by one of the members of the legendary Basement Boys (Teddy Douglas). JP would watch Teddy blend some of the best house records of the time at the local record store (12" Dance). After a few years JP stumbled onto the Underground Rave Scene in Baltimore. Shortly after that he was introduced to Djs Charles Feelgood and Scot Henry. Charles and Scott hosted a night in Baltimore known as Fever. This changed everything. Finally in 93 JP decided to get behind the tables officially. Later that year Charles Feelgood and Scott Henry gave JP a shot behind the decks at their Fever named night in Baltimore. They featured the night as the first annual battle of the DJs. Immediately after JP gained a lot of exposure and then started his journey on the EastCoast under the alias Gwiz. As the years passed JP held down several residencies in the Baltimore Dc area. Tracks, Paradox, and the Legendary Hippo were a few of the clubs where JP would play with and showcase artists such as Deep Dish, Kevin Yost, Slacker, Blue Amazon, Chris Fortier and the legendary Basement Boys. His weekly (Impulse) was featured in Mixer Mag 2000 as one of the leading events pushing Progressive House and Trance in the US. Local support from his hometown included appearances on 88.9 FM’s Underground House Experience and 99.1 FM’s Subterranean. He’s also been behind the decks in are Nations Capitol at Buzz, The Edge, Zei, and The 5th Column to name a few.

JP was one of the original record buyers for Modern Music in 95 and later became the manager of the store until 2002. This later in 97 inspired JP to cut his first record that was picked up and remixed on Charles Feelgoods Breakbeat Syndicate label. In 98 JP helped launch Modern Music Recordings and received 4 1/2 dancing men in Mixmag Update on his first release on the new label. He was also the featured Dj in the Baltimore City Papers (Decibel). In 99 JP started getting a lot more national support from his records and was traveling to various cities like LA, Seattle, New York, Colorado, and Puerto Rico. JP was also a featured artist in (Raving in Arizona). A documentary about the scene in the deserts of Arizona. The video featured other artists such as PLatipus, Dave Clarke, and Christopher Lawrence. In 2001 JP went international and played the first official underground party in Indonesia Jakartas history. He was also the first foreign Dj to play in the city of Bandung. JP was pushing Trance in Asia. The city of Jakarta would later host artists such as Paul Van Dyk, Anthony Pappa, and Sander Kleinenberg. In the last few years JP has celebrated 10 years behind the decks and 2 featured records in BPM Magazine.