Having made a name for himself as a purveyor of fine underground house in London and Ibiza, DJ and promoter Kerry Wallace has returned home to Sydney, to continue sharing his love of and passion for quality music. From his first weekly ‘pulp sessions’ parties in London, which went on to be so successful that they celebrated their first birthday at the Ministry of Sound and the founding of the original ‘S*A*S*H*’ at the Chapel Bar, in Islington, North London, Kerry soon proved to be a force to be reckoned with. Regular DJ gigs across the capital soon followed, supporting the likes of Spencer Parker, Nathan Coles (wiggle fabric), Mike Monday, as well appearances at the infamous Egg night club, and a weekly radio show on pirate station House FM, which he ran for 2 years.
With an increasing number of gigs in Ibiza each year, he finally took the plunge in 2008 and moved there permanently. Over 2 seasons, he held residencies at Es Vive, Savanna Beach Club, Es Pardis and the Itaca Roof Terrace. The high point being warming up for Sven Väth at one of his legendary & elusive Cocoon afterparties.
Since returning to Sydney, Kerry has held a residency at the Bunker, played alongside Simon Baker, Kollektiv Turmstrasse and Shaun Reeves, and most importantly, launched his legendary S*A*S*H* Sunday party in Sydney, which has become a firm fixture on the scene, thanks to its no bullshit policy towards providing quality music in a friendly atmosphere.
Looking to the future, he has recently launched a tour & events company called ‘Paved Way’ with Matt Weir, who he runs the Sydney S*A*S*H parties with. They have some exciting things in store for us the next few coming months, and we can expect to see some European artist hitting our shores very soon. All they ask of us, is that we trust them to bring us only ‘the best underground music'.