British DJ whose forward-thinking approach to technology launched him into international stardom. He helped Pioneer develop the world's first digital scratch mixer, the DJM-909, and is the host of the syndicated radio show Fire It Up Radio.
He began deejaying at age fifteen. He had earned residencies at Goodgreef and Gatecrasher by 2002.
He was named as a New Superstar DJ by Mixmag and was included in their Greatest DJ Of All Time poll.
He has a brother who announced his own engagement on the radio.
He has been known to spin Tiesto's "Lethal Industry" during his sets.