Mark Moore (born 12 January 1965, London) is a British dance music record producer and DJ. He was founder of the pop band S'Express, and runs the London nightclub night "Electrogogo".
Moore and William Orbit formed a friendship, with Orbit remixing the S'Xpress hit "Hey Music Lover", and the duo together mixing Malcolm McLaren's "Deep In Vogue" (a mix which was said to have stormed world club charts, it was helped by a stylish and sexy video). Moore also had a solid working relationship with engineer Mark McGuire. He would feature up-and-comer Billie Ray Martin as vocalist on "Hey Music Lover", giving her early exposure before her band "Electribe 101" released its debut album. An admirer of composer Philip Glass, Moore asked Glass to remix "Hey Music Lover", which the composer did in singular style.
Mark also had made a cameo appearance as a pirate radio DJ on Bomb the Bass's debut album "Into The Dragon". Moore was heard playing the "fluffy bagel mix" of "superfly guy" on "Get outta bed radio"! The fluffy bagel mix of Superfly Guy can by found on the "Hip Hop and Rapping in the House" compilation from the late 80s.