For over two decades Jason Mae has called DJ booths home, and the dance floor his backyard. With an impeccable ear for music, and expertise for mixing, he let his enthusiasm guide him to residences in CT biggest clubs and radio stations. 1991, Freshmen year high school, word got around that Jason had a vast music collection. He was given the opportunity to DJ his own school's M.A.D. Dance. After that small taste of rocking a gymnasium full of horny teen sprit, he was hooked. Jason dove head first into his chosen profession, teaching himself the art of beat matching and mixing on vinyl. So exactly 3.14 seconds after buying his first Technic 1200, there was no going back. Planting his roots in early 90's hip hop and dance, Jason would watch dance music change and grow, giving him a unique perspective and advantage over other DJs. In 2003, his Old School meets Nu School mentality, helped land DJ Jason Mae one of the most sought after residences in New England. Ultra 88 Ultra Lounge, located inside Mohegan Sun Casino, exposed him to every type of dance floor imaginable. Night after night, weekend after weekend, he showcased his talent to hundreds of club patrons of all ages and backgrounds. For over 10 years, DJ Jason Mae engineered the only party inside Mohegan Sun, and with a steady stream of celebrities, rock stars and sports figures there was little room for error. The Ultra 88 residency would often book special guest MC's, allowing Jason to preform WITH some of hip hop's iconic legends. During 2009, he expanded into FM radio, co hosting a very successful 1 hour, live radio show on Jamming 107.7 called "The Traffic Jam" which lasted for 3 years. Shortly after the Traffic Jam ended, he blessed the air waves on one of CT's largest Top 40 stations, WQGN Q-105.5, with a 1 hour show every friday called "Jason Mae's Weekend Jump Off".  After years of working with audio software and specialized hardware, it wasn't difficult