|Anja Schneider||Marco Carola|
|Armin Van Buuren||Marco V|
|Bad Boy Bill||Mark Brown|
|Big World||Mark Knight|
|Carl Cox||Mauro Picotto|
|Christian Smith||Max Graham|
|Christopher Lawrence||Mistress Barbara|
|Chus & Ceballos||Mr. C|
|Clive Henry||Nick Curly|
|Damian Lazarus||Nick Warren|
|Danny Howells||Paco Osuna|
|Danny Tenaglia||Paul Oakenfold|
|Darren Emerson||Paul Ritch|
|Dave Seaman||Paul van Dyk|
|David Guetta||Pete Tong|
|David Morales||Peter Rauhofer|
|David Tort||Rabbit in The Moon|
|David Waxman||Ralph Falcon|
|Davide Squillace||Robbie Rivera|
|Dean Coleman||Roger Sanchez|
|Dennis The Menace||Sander Van Doorn|
|Edgar V||Satoshi Tomiie|
|Erick Morillo||Shawn Rudnick|
|Fedde Le Grand||Shlomi Aber|
|Guido Schneider||Steve Angello|
|Guy Gerber||Steve Bug|
|Hernan Cattaneo||Steve Porter|
|James Zabiela||Timo Maas|
|Jimmy Van M||Tom Clark|
|John Digweed||Tony Rohr|
|Jon Cowan||Tracy Young|
|Josh Wink||Troy Pierce|
|Junior Vazquez||Victor Calderone|
|Kurd Maverick||Wally Lopez|
After over a decade in the business, DJ/Producer Patrick M is at the forefront of the Miami dance music scene. Providing the soundtrack to many a fantastic night out, Patrick's skills have recently landed him the ultimate residency, that of the legendary Space Terrace in Downtown Miami. Stocked with a full repertoire of lounging-it-up-pass-me-a drink, or get-up-and-dance-like-nobody's-watching kind of music, Patrick has pushed the boundaries of music production and DJing.
Originally from Buenos Aires, Argentina, Patrick was one of the trailblazers for house music and dance culture during the 1990s. His forward-thinking sound rapidly became a trademark, dominating dancefloors with a dark and twisted brand of deep, tribal house and just about anything in between.
As a DJ, he gained notoriety quickly at South American hotspots like Buenos Aires News, El Divino and Pacha's Clubland, where he played side by side with the likes of Global Underground superstars Hernan Cattaneo and Lee Burridge. With credentials and accolades like these, Patrick was able to help pave the way for the rise of electronic music in Argentina.
Feeling the urge to expand his horizons, Patrick M. set his eyes on South Florida.
Arriving on South Beach in 2003, he joined up with Buenos Aires based music store Chopin Hagen in introducing their concepts to the legendary Miami record store, Grooveman Music. Long considered the "home" of Miami's sound, Grooveman is regarded as the place to shop by Miami's dance music elite, and Patrick was the man to go to for the dark and dirty sounds sought out by Miami's top deck masters.
Through his involvement with Grooveman, Patrick rapidly gained a reputation for musical innovation and originality in the Miami market. Top venues such as crobar and Nikki Beach took to his style, leading to performances with notable luminaries such as Behrouz, Pete Tong, Roger Sanchez, Yousef, Ralph Falcon, and Steve Lawler. Most notably, Patrick served as the opening talent on multiple occasions for Danny Tenaglia and Erick Morillo, becoming fast friends with the New York titans, which led to further accomplishments, including being selected for the ultimate residency: the Sunday morning shift on the legendary Space Terrace.
Whether he's destroying the dancefloor during his new residency at Club Space's infamous patio, or making a journey back to his homeland to wow a 45,000-strong crowd at Creamfields Buenos Aires, Patrick has been redefining success through some fantastically infectious parties every week. With his growing reputation, he has developed stellar collaborations with artists such as Austin Leeds, Axwell, Nic Fanciulli, David Guetta, and many others.
Patrick's DJing skills have always translated well into his adventures in the studio. Among his growing list of studio productions, "Late Monday" on Slush Recordings was released in 2005 when he joined forces with Ariel Baund (with a few choice remixes by Oliver Berge). This late night devastator has been setting off dance floors and rose to the twelfth spot on the Balance Promotions charts in March of that year. Under the duo's moniker, ABPM, "Sweet Feelings" was released in 2006 on Miami imprint Behold Recordings.
The past two years have seen Patrick's production talents land him even more DJing gigs and studio sessions around the world. In 2008, Patrick, along with Miami-based DJ/Producer Wady, released "Hulk", which was rapidly signed to UK imprint CR2, and made into the record bags, CD cases, and laptops of friends like Danny Tenaglia, Steve Lawler, and the "voice of dance music", Pete Tong, all of whom played this floorfiller out during the 2008 Ibiza summer season.
With endorsements and credits like these, some would predict that Patrick M. has reached the apex of his career, but it is truly only the beginning...