Stewart wrote, recorded and toured the Gold-selling, seminal techno track ‘Twisted’ which was first released in 1997. The track was produced by Wayne G, signed by John Truelove and remixed by an array of international DJs, including Danny Tenaglia.


It was initially banned by the BBC, then used by them several years later in a documentary about unsafe sex. A Top 20 hit in Australia, ‘Twisted’ was Sony Australia’s biggest selling dance single that year.

The video for ‘Twisted’ was directed by Dick Jewel and features cameos from some of London’s wildest characters. It was censored by many networks and gained notoriety due to its raw and colourful depiction of underground club culture.

Through the K-Hole

With Wayne G, Stewart recorded the commercially shy techno concept album, ‘Through the K-Hole’. It was engineered by Andy Allder and released in 1999 on It’s Fabulous. After touring the album, video footage of Stewart and Wayne’s journey was used to produce ‘Twisted- the Movie’


The film was edited by Paul Hammacott and features tracks from ‘Through the K-Hole’. The reality-road movie was a sell-out hit at the London Lesbian & Gay Film Festival in 2007 and continues to screen at festivals worldwide.

Manchester Pride

Songwriter and actor, Luc Floreani approached Stewart in 2008 to work on collaboration with soul singer Angie Brown. Together they wrote and recorded, ‘I Finally Found Love’. The track was remixed by Wayne G and Paul Goodyear and was the official song for Manchester Pride’s 18th Birthday.

Back to the Future

In 2009, Stewart recorded ‘Back to the Future’ with Italian producer Pagano. It was later signed to Kult Records in New York and remixed by Danny Verde, Stephane K, Giangi Cappi, Ivan D & Chriss Vargas.

When released in 2010, the track remained Number One on the Gaydar Radio Daily Chart for 3 months.


Stewart wrote and recorded ‘Bitch’ in the summer of 2010 for legendary Chicago DJ and music producer, Ralphi Rosario. Co-produced by Wayne G, the track was released in 2011 on Cha Cha Boom recordings.

The tune is supported by a promo video edited by Paul Hammcott and directed by Stewart. It stars some of London’s most talented cabaret artists including Scottee, Dickie Beau, Ryan Styles and Alexis Gregory.

Stewart has no plans to retire from dance music, commenting, ‘As long as people get a kick from my monotone, droning over a kick-drum, then I’ll keep talking.’