Who the hell is Mason?I'm 26, half-Greek, half-Dutch and based in Amsterdam.
I'm about 177cm tall, 70kg, have brown hair, greeny-brown eyes and I'm left-handed.
Does that mean you mainly DJ with you left hand?No I'm good with both hands. My first gig was in 1995, when I was too young to legally enter a bar.
It was a very dodgy nightclub in my hometown.
I used to nick my gran's turntables every week and the crowd usually consisted of five alcoholics and one prostitute.
The two new mixers - ZERO4 Live Control Mixer and ZERO8 Live Control Console - are designed for musicians incorporating real-time mixing, Midi control and dynamic effects manipulation into their setup.
The Origin is due to arrive in autumn, is a knob laden hardware synth, running a special modular environment which allows users to design synths using modules from their Arp, Moog, Prophet VS and CS80 emulations.
Enter the Nano Patch, a compact desktop volume box that sits between the soundcard and the speakers. Problem solved!
It was pure deck dedication that got Tania her new position, having impressed the club management for three years on the trot with her Going Places club night.
She's been running the night in the club's T2 backroom for three years.
Breakspoll, now in its seventh year, will take place on Thursday 22nd February at the Farringdon venue, and this year thousands of breaks fans from around the world are expected to vote online for their favourite DJs, clubs, labels and producers, as well as for loads of other categories.
"Breakbeat is looked upon, even now, as the poorer, younger brother of house or drum & bass," said Breakspoll organiser Mike Hogan.
Scott Bradford from Newcastle's long-running Shindig clubnight told DJmag: "We still don't know if it was deliberately aimed at Sasha or if it was just some drunken idiot chucking a glass over their shoulder.
"Luckily Sasha was not hit but the glass shattered on the DJ booth.
"Understandably he cut his set short two hours in."
Scott insisted that the glass-chucking incident was a one-off.
Amazingly, despite being known for his ability to create club classics and push musical boundaries, Wookie (aka Jason Chue) has never had the urge to take to the ones and twos.
His move into DJing marks something of a reinvention for Wookie, which has also seen the producer-cum-DJ move into soulful house again.