Stewart started DJing on Richmond College radio in ’87 just when rare groove was giving way to acid house. Between 12-2pm, he’d drop a mix of vintage funk, electro goth and Chicago oddities. After moving to Liverpool, he span at many of the city’s semi-legal warehouse parties, but also had residencies at Club 051, Bar Baa, The Academy (later Cream) and Whip It Up in Manchester.
One of London’s first video jocks at Kudos in Covent Gardenin the mid-‘90s, Stewart became known for an eclectic mix of party tunes which led to DJ gigs in the VIP rooms of some of the capital’s wildest clubs. Stewart enjoyed a 5 year residency at Salvation at the Café De Paris VIP room and also 7 years in the VIP room at Fiction at The Cross.
Stewart was recently tipped by a US website, as one of ’12 UK DJs You Should Get To Know’ alongside Princess Julia, Jeffery Hinton and Severino.
He’s played parties at Privilege (Ibiza), Arq (Sydney), Casa das Caldeiras (Sao Paulo), Pervert (Milan), The Egg (London) Hotel Locarno (Rome), Amnesia (Ibiza), Neon Lounge (Los Angeles), Club Med (Bodrum), Queen (Paris), Zona (Moscow) Tease (Dublin), Essential (Manchester), Eureka Tower (Melbourne), Midnight Shift (Sydney), Gay Pride (Latvia) Balzac Opera Club (Ecuador) and Hustlaball (London).
Stewart conceived, promoted and hosted Studio 24 (The Hospital Club) which attracted international guest DJs (Paul Goodyear, Laurent C, The Men Who Fell 2 Earth) and a glittering array of A-list guests. The 2009 Studio 24 NYE party was the most profitable night in the club’s history.
Stewart remains a popular choice for corporate events and private parties. Clients have included Alexander McQueen, X Box, Sam McKnight, Soho House, Pam Ann, Mixfest Brazil, Elton John AIDS Foundation, Home House, The Horror Channel, The Daily Telegraph, Bilbao Film Festival, Bermondsey Street Festival and The Saatchi Gallery.