Cult legend DJ Harvey at the Beach Club

A lover of vintage motorbikes and surfing, DJ Harvey is a man who lives up to his reputation for extravagance. Rolling Stone magazine famously called him ‘the Keith Richards of dance music,’ and the epic 12-hour sets that first got him noticed in the ’80s vouch for this title.

He’s been at the top of his game for over two decades, hosting parties such as Tonka soundsystem and Moist, and throwing down a spectrum of sounds like nobody else. He was the first resident at Ministry of Sound London, bringing over electronic music pioneers, including Larry Levan, to the UK.


His release of Sarcastic Mix is seen as one of the best mixes of all time and his recent projects such as Wildest Dreams, Map of Africa and Locussolus have kept him at cult status with no signs of slowing down.


We’ve been lucky enough to host Harvey a few times at Potato Head Beach Club, and his distinctive style and flair have made for truly epic DJ sets, including his legendary gig playing the official afterparty for Grace Jones.