|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Can't Get Enough||2||Audio||2004-07-08||UNIT:E Recordings|
|2||Soldier Of Bla Bla Bla / Bombaata Life||3||Audio||2005||Not On Label|
|3||No Holds Barred||2||Audio||1994-11-00||Grin|
|4||The Revival Session||2||Audio||1995||Life (3)|
|5||Mind Over Matter||2||Audio||1992-10-00||Grin|
|7||The Orient Express||2||Audio||1992-12-00||Grin|
|10||Ride The Rhythm||2||Audio||1993-03-00||Grin|
|11||Beneath The Sheets||2||Audio||1993-04-00||Grin|
|19||Santa's On Acid||2||Audio||1993-12-00||Grin|
|20||Lab Sessions Vol.1 / 94||2||Audio||1994||Grin|
|21||Live In Toronto Vol.2 / 94||2||Audio||1994||Grin|
|24||Welly & DJ Vertigo - Ark, Saturday 31st July||4||Audio||Ark Recordings|
DJ Welly, now based in Brisbane, Australia, was a respected DJ on the early UK house scene, playing at the massive Revenge warehouse parties in the early 90s and became resident DJ at the following venues in the UK:
1988-1990: Wigan Pier
1990-1991: Revenge Warehouse Parties
1990-1991: KAOS (Wigan) / Monroe’s (Blackburn) / Revenge (Maximes, Wigan)
1991-1992: Pleasuredrome (Farnworth, Manchester)
1992-1993: Bowlers (Manchester)
1993-1994: Carlos II (Colne), ARK (Various, UK)
1996-2008: Wigan Pier
As well as guesting at numerous venues across the UK and beyond, playing alongside DJs such as [a=Carl Cox], [a=Sasha], [a=Pete Tong], [a=Allister Whitehead], [a=Dave Angel], [a=DJ Vertigo (4)] and many more.
DJ Welly worked in Manchester Underground Records alongside [a=Kenny Grogan] and [a=Russ Marland] during the 90s, and was responsible for producing some memorable house tracks during the 90s including "Orcana" by [a=Void] amongst others.
DJ Welly was also responsible for many remixes, remixing artists such as [a=Sounds Of Blackness], [a=Bassheads], [a=Evolution] and many more.