Mark Masters got involved in music from an early age, which started back in the summer of 1994 at a friend’s house listening to Jungle and Happy Hardcore. Self taught through many late nights and hundreds of hours practicing behind the decks, Mark gained guest DJ spots at local venues and rapidly gained his unique way of mixing records.

By the late nineties Mark saw his career moving forward playing Retrospective House & Trance, not only in local clubs & bars where he landed his first residence at his University which is where he had the opportunity of playing with a variety of top class DJs like… Judge Jules, Dave Pearce, Alfredo, Lottie, AJ Gibson, Dan Bailey, Jay Walker, Lisa Pin Up etc… and went back 2 back with Ariel resident at Fabric – London. Ariel quotes: “It was an inspiration to say the least, Mark is very talented DJ… AWESOME”

Being the main resident DJ at University was a big step for Mark because he was DJing on some the biggest UK Tours at the time like: Godskitchen, Euphoria, Fabric, Slinky, Orange, Manumission to name but a few. Which of course raised the DJ profile and got more bookings across the UK and abroad. (France, Sweden, Ibiza, Spain, Ireland, Italy, etc)

Mark has been involved and worked in many clubs nights over the years such as, Wildchild, Midnight Mass, Homelands Dance Music Festival, Casafunk, Lifted, Flawless and so on…

At the same time Mark helped set up & create – with his University friends, which is an online House Music radio station. Mark was a Promoter for SSRadio and Resident DJ with his own radio show called ‘The Casafunk Mix’ he had great pleasure of having world class Guest DJs on his radio shows from the likes of: Ron Carroll, Chris Lake, Ian Carey, Copyright, Hardsoul, Soul Avengerz, Hoxton Whores, Audiowhores, Christian Hornbostel, Sergio Flores, etc…

In January 2007, Mark was given a job offer at London’s Ministry Of Sound from David Dollimore & Carl Hanaghan to become a New Music Scout in the A&R Department for Data Records/Ministry Of Sound. Having been with Ministry he has collectively learnt and gained knowledge in this ever fast moving industry. Since Mark’s time at Ministry Of Sound he has recommended many hit releases such as:

Alex Gaudino – Destination Unknown [Rise Rec in 2003] – Data Records
Peter Gelderblom – Waiting 4 – Data Records
Samim – Heater – Data Records
Eric Prydz – Pjanoo – Data Records
Steve Angello & Laidback Luke – Show Me Love – Data Records

Some other Achievements:

Galaxy/Capital FM Interview with Andi Durrant & Nick Riley
Nu-Breeds Upcoming Talent in the UK, 2004.
Winner of a DJ Competition at Gatecrasher, Sheffield in May 2004.
Trance Runner-Up in Guy Ornadels – Future Talent Competition, 2003.
Lifted Radio (Radio Manager & Resident DJ)
Flawless London (Co-Owner: 2009-2011)
Flawless Recordings (Label Manager & A&R)
Residency at Pacha, London
HouseLife Recordings (A&R) (Co-Owner: 2009 – present)

Into 2009 and Mark collaborated with his old friend and prodigy Tom Upton – they put together a very unique website called – with Mark’s knowledge from setting up two previous Radio websites (SSRadio / Lifted Radio) this project has taken the industry by storm and has been a useful resource for networking and offering free exclusive podcasts to download. HYPERLINK “”

Since 2009 – Mark started getting into Music Production and he hasn’t looked back. He formed a collaboration with Steve More under the alias More & Masters in January 2011 their music has featured regularly in compilation/albums and charts including the Beatport 100 and personal charts / radio playlists from huge names such as, BBC Radio, Capital FM, Kiss 100 FM, Club FG, Roger Sanchez, Mark Knight, Stonebridge, Benny Royal, Chris Lake, DONS, BeatTheifs, David Penn to name a few…

Music Productions:

Mark Masters – I’m Feelin – Mjuzieek Digital / Disco Bombs & Funky Madness Vol.3
Etienne Ozborne – Been A Long Time 2012 (More & Masters Remix) – S2G
Narcotic Thrust – I Like It (More & Masters Re-Work) – Amore Sampler
Hardsoul feat Ron Carroll – Back Together (More & Masters Re-Work) – Amore Sampler
MYNC, Ron Carroll, Dan Castro – Don’t Be Afraid (More & Masters Re-Work) Amore Sampler
Baggi Begovic VS Blaze. Barbara Tucker – Precious Love (More & Masters Piano Re-Fix) Amore Sampler
Ruff Loaderz & Cutmore feat Inaya Day – Lift Your Head Off! (Mark Masters & Chris Neon Remix) RGS
More & Masters Feat, Sarah Story – Smash Disco – Strictly Rhythm / Soda Records
Rob Wilder – Calling Your Name (More & Masters Remix) – TBC
Beyonce – Countdown (More & Masters Big Room Mix) – unofficial
Melanie C – Think About It (More & Masters Remix) – Warner Music
Jonni Black Feat, Shena – Take Me Higher (More & Masters) – Hed Kandi
Dominatorz & Bassmonkeys feat. Amanda Wilson – Don’t Throw It Away (More & Masters Remix) – Ego Music / Lifted House / Sea To Sun
Sosua & Mad – Temptation (More & Masters Remix) – House Life Recordings
More & Masters – Beat Of The Drum – Kidology / Amore
Mark Masters – Give It To Me (Original Mix) – Dirty Soul
Mark Masters – Piranha (Original Mix) – Rezonation Music
Madness & Yuri – Where Amazing Happens (Mark Masters & Dan Grooves Remix) Flawless Recordings
Jon Craig – Into The Sun (Mark Masters & Dan Grooves Remix) – Axis Trax
Wayne G & Peyton – Ur The Best Thing (Mark Masters Remixes) – Flawless Recordings

Coming Soon to 2012:

Mark Masters – Can’t Hold Back – Coming Soon / TBC
Redroche feat Sam Obernik – Chemically Yours (More & Masters Remix) – Coming Soon / TBC
Stretch & Heller & Farley – Ultra Stretched (More & Masters Remix) – Coming Soon / TBC
More & Masters Feat Shena – Don’t Fight It! – Coming Soon / TBC
Mambana – Libre (More & Masters Re-Work) – Coming Soon / TBC

Venues Played:

Ministry of Sound, Gatecrasher, Godskitchen, Digital Brighton, Pacha London/Ibiza, Eden Ibiza, Amensia Ibiza, KoKo London, Turnmills, The End/The Den, The Egg, Fabric, Hed Kandi events, Inc Club/Lounge, Junk, Shillibeers, Riva, Storm, Club V, Options, Mango, Matrix, Fez, Essence, Pantiles, Indigo, Pussycat Club, Honeyclub etc…



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