Terry Farley

Paul Brady

Terry Farley

Terry Farley’s contributions to UK dance music culture are undeniable. His role in the acid house movement and his impact on London’s club scene have left a lasting legacy. Terry’s association with Ibiza first began in 1982 and in 1990 appeared in the cult Ibiza documentary, A Short Film About Chilling, which recorded The Ibiza 90 Summer Of Love Trip, which marked the start of the British invasion of the island.

Terry was at the forefront of this movement with his groundbreaking Boyzone label which he founded in 1986, signing artists like The Chemical Brothers and Underworld. As a DJ he played Circo loco at DC10, We Love Sundays on the Space Terrace, Pacha, KU, and more recently Glitterbox at Hi. Together with Pete Heller, they formed the Heller and Farley project releasing the classic house anthem, Ultra Flava in 1996.

Terry also remixed tracks for New Order, Happy Mondays, Ultra Nate, M People, Micheal Jackson and Alison Moyet. He also has Irish roots and it will be a spiritual homecoming for Terry when he plays Forest Fest this summer. Don’t miss out on the chance to see him.