Sherø is the new underground house-music project by Stéphanie D’Olieslager.

After more than 25 years of spinning and producing under pseudonyms D’Stephanie and later on D’Steph, with releases on renowned labels such as Sonar Kollektiv, Chez, Jalapeno, Hed Kandi, PUMA… a change was necessary to break down old habits and reinvent oneself. This resulted in a short move to London in summer of 2015 and a more consistent one to Berlin 2 months later. It's In Berlin where she revived her passion for real underground house-music in its most honest way and resuscitated her inner nineties kid that just discovered house by bringing back the essence of house music without genre limitations… The kind of house music that was about your mind, your body and your soul. The ultimate seduction for rebels, artists, anarchists, people of all nations, colours, genders, sexualities and most of all an open minded, non commercialised or marketed community.

To put this feeling into action, a new pseudonym was inevitable and Sherø was born.

Since then Sherø has become a regular in the Berlin queer party scene. She´s well known for her 4 year residency at Brenn. and guest sets at Hor, Buttons, Gegen, Cocktail d’Amore, Horse meat disco, Watergate, About Blank, KAKE, Sounds, Golosa,...

After some years of brainstorming and planning, In 2020, right at the start of the pandemic she also launched her own imprint KlubKid Record, a queer record label with a cute small roster of quality artists from the electronic music scene: Karma She, Electrosexual, Sherø, Joy Wellboy, Kirill Shapovalov with his Haute Dance project and Dornika.

What has she been up to in the past?

It's been quite a ride for Stephanie. Starting at the tender age of 15 years old at Radio Centraal, a local radio station frequented by some of the early stars of fashion and art students, Stephanie moved on quickly to the playgrounds of some of the best clubs in Belgium. From 1993 thru 2005, Stephanie held various well respected club residencies, serving a mix of house, deep house, Techno, tech house and other new electronic music genres.

1993 - 1998: At the renowned Café d’Anvers she spun at the groundbreaking Gap Club, Positive Educations and Nu Skool Friday nights. Meanwhile Antwerp crowds also witnessed her do her thing at Excursions in Dance on Saturday Nights while on Thursdays she rocked Brussels' very hi-tech Cyber Theatre. Meanwhile she was a frequent guest DJ at various clubs and Festivals like I love techno, 10 days off festival, Fuse club and many more.

Come 1999, Stephanie was one of the quintessential factors that made Fill Collins club the hippest in Antwerp and beyond. Two years later, she maintained her momentum when she moved to Club Geluk for another 3 year residency at Antwerp’s newest hotspot. In this period she got signed at Holland’s Barkers bookings agency, scored a 3 monthly residency at Chemistry in Amsterdam, while frequently playing Now & Wow in Rotterdam and Decadence in Ghent. On top of all that, for 4 years, she blessed one of the biggest male lifestyle magazines Ché with often controversial record reviews.

After 2005 the club scene in Belgium changed into a more pop up party orientated nightlife so she decided to break free from club residencies and focus on one off gigs and touring with the vocalists who featured on her own productions on labels such as Sonar Kollektiv (Berlin), Jalapeno records (London), Chez (New York), Hed Kandi (UK), Puma (USA), Black Vinyl (London) , Broadcite (London), Wally’s groove world (Antwerp) and many more.

Throughout 2011 Stephanie featured vocalists from around the globe: Wunmi (new York/London), Angelique Brown (Detroit), JNM (Amsterdam), Philippo & Melissa (Antwerp).

From 2012 until present day, Stephanie went back to basics and started playing solo again as an underground house house dj.

Rock the spot:


Gegen, Brenn., Buttons, Cocktail d’Amore, Golosa, Horse meat disco, Queerport festival, Farbfernseher, Watergate, About Blank, RSO, Sounds, Transmission festival, Kake, Fiese Remiese, Whole Festival, Schwuz, Krista Kupfner, ziegrastrasse, Trashera,…


Warm at the Medicine bar (London), Mood-lounge (Karlsruhe), AKA (The End London), Lopsided at Rubylo (London), Babushka (London), Unknown FM (London), La Maison (Rome), Akab (Rome), Brumana (Latina), Ex ess (Naples), Shagadelic (Amsterdam film studios), Spybar (the Gambia) Club Japan (Barcelona), Club BED (New York), Club Hefner (Barcelona), Bar Benidorm (Barcelona), What’s up (Paris), Chemistry (Amsterdam), Now & Wow (Rotterdam), Kwaku Festival (Amsterdam), Gay pride (Amsterdam), Paradiso (Amsterdam), Club eenheid (Nijmegen), 042 (Nijmegen), London Calling (London), Corsica Studios (London), Heineken Dance Parade (Rotterdam), Stalker (Haarlem), Girlesque (Amsterdam), 3FM (Amsterdam), House FM (London), Broadcite parties (London), Coalesce (London..


Café d’Anvers, Fuse, Decadence, Kissinger, Antwerp fashion academy parties, I love techno, Ten days off, Pukkelpop, Botox, Stockholm S, Izzy Maze, Piaf, Petrol, Stubru, FM Brussels, VZW Emma, Lokerse feesten, Couleur café, Surplus, Komilfoo, Club Midi, Pacific, Central Station Antwerp, Syndrome, Vooruit, Club Io, café Capital, Club Bardot, Cybertheatre, Cruises to pleasure, Who’s who’s land, Magasin 4, Cirque d’Anvers, le bozo, Le Sud, Storm, Tour de l’est, Ockxfest, Café au lait Street party, Club geluk, Muhka, Launch, Fuzz Club, Culture club, Club Pure, Tijuana, Red & Blue, Fill Collins club, Montuno’s, Kaaiman, Stereo sushi, Le tavernier, Milk club, Darkawa, Alter Ego festival, Foolhouse, Club Natural, Youthopia, Clubbing on Ice, Musiccafé Leuven Silo, Mirano, Culture club, Zappa, Girlesque, Cactus Club, H20, Leuven Expo, Ghent Expo, Kozzmozz, House Torhout, Never Say Never, Rumba, Laundry DAy, Virgin Megastore opening, Raf Simons party, Funky City, L’emotion, Bankwok, Stuurboord, Antwerp is burning, From disco to disco, yellow fever, Bar midi, Het Kanaal,…

Stop the press:

Kaltblut magazine, DJ magazine (Uk), Jockey Slut (UK), Echoes (UK), ID magazine (UK), Blues & Soul (UK), IDJ magazine (UK), High Rollers (NL), ID&T Slam magazine (NL), Channel 4 (UK), The Paris Stuttgart (FR), Nieuwe Revue (NL), Street Sounds (USA), Paris Match (FR), Stubru, Radio 21, De Morgen Het laatste Nieuws, Humo, Standaard, FM Brussels, Urgent FM, Weekend Knack, Out Soon, TMF, Jim TV, VRT, Canvas, Radio Campus, Teek, Flair, GVA, Multipop, ATV, TV Brussels, MCM, Plastiks, Move X, Ché, Radio Donna, Fun Radio, Groovy, 6 AM,…

@ the side of:

Amelie lens, Kiril Shapovaliv, Nina Kraviz, Jocelyn Brown, Daft Punk, Carl Craig, Jazzanova, Felix da housecat, Mateo & Matos, Darren Emmerson, Tom Middleton, Bob Sinclar, Dj Food, Faze action,Kenny Dope, Idjut Boys, A guy called Gerald, LTJ Bukem, Aqua Bassino, King Britt, Norma Jean Bell, Jesse Saunderson, Kevin Saunderson, Derrick May, Farley Jackmaster Funk, Howie B, Adam F, Slam, Dave Angel, Wax Doctor, Stacey Pullen, Ballistic brothers, Dj Disciple, Kenny Hawkes, Gilb’r, Dr Rockit, Glimmer twins, Patrick Pulsinger, Green velvet, Gemini, Orlando Voorn, Bandulu, James Lavelle, Mark Broom, Kenny Larkin, Coldcut, James Lavelle, Truby Trio, Locked Groove, Dimitri From Paris, Dreem team, Daz-I-Kue, Ninja Tune dj’s, Renaat (R&S), Ken Ishi, Blake Baxter, Squarepusher, Ballistic Brothers, Dimitri, Autechre, Jim Masters, Xpress 2,…