DJ Harvey is absolutely his own man and his musical style cannot simply be filed as eclectic or retrospective. He is respected and in demand the world over to supply the sounds for a vast array of clubs, fashion shows and private events. Always one step ahead of the curve he is sighted by both club goers and his contemporaries as being an inspiration.
His clients not only include some of the worlds greatest clubs and promoters including Pacha, Yellow, Ministry Of Sound, Cielo, Respect in Paris, Deepspace, 718 Sessions but also such esteemed companies as Calvin Klein, Antonio Berardi, Ted Baker, Burberry, Levis and Deisel. He has re-mixed and produced a vast array of artists such as Jamiroqui, The Police, Ian Brown, Brand New Heavies, Tommy Guerrero, as well as releasing tracks on Mo Wax, Nuphonic, Southern Fried and Ministry Of Sound and his own irreverent Black Cock label. An avid surfer skater Harvey provided the soundtrack to accompany original Dogtown and Z Boys Skater - Tony Alva’s exhibition that took in cities from Tokyo and LA to New York.
He co-owns an award winning contemporary art gallery in Hawaii thirtyninehotel that transforms to a club each weekend that has hosted events for the likes of Volcom, and continues to show work from cutting edge artists. He is currently putting the finishing touches in a studio in Woodstock to his acclaimed band project Map Of Africa due for release early 2006.