DJ Pete Berry Pete Berry London Pete's love of electronic dance music began in the early 80s. Whilst most kid's Pete's age were listening to the top 40. Pete could be found breaking into his brothers bedroom in search of of his latest Street Sounds Electro cassette. Early innovators such Whoodini, Africa Bambaataa and Grandmaster flash soon become the staple in the Berry household. During the mid to late 80s Pete fell in love with the Soul and Rare Groove and Acid Jazz of the time. Until one day in the late 80s he chanced upon a mix tape by his brothers friend Darren Emerson. This one cassette changed Pete's musical taste forever and introduced him to acid house. Over the next two years Pete began to track down the music he was hearing on London's pirate stations Centre force and sunrise. Finally in 1990 at the age of 15 he purchased his first set of turntables and began to hone his DJ skills. As the scene started to spilt, Pete stuck firm with his love for all things house and balearic and would make weekly trips to now legendary record stores City Sounds, Tag records & Quaff records. During the 90's Pete could regularly be found guesting and hosting parties in his beloved London at such venues as Ministry of sound, Bagleys and Complex. After many years away from the scene Pete is beginning again to make a name for himself on the London house scene, namely with his ever popular weekly shows on Realhouseradio.com & Housefreqs.com .