b. 1963, Britain. Famed for his seven-hour-long DJ models, specifically his acclaimed New Hard Still left evenings at London’s Blue Take note club, Harvey’s fascination with music developed at exactly the same time as his interest for skateboarding. He was subjected to a multitude of music in his youngsters, his initial urge for food for punk, steel and electronica ultimately overtaken by his fascination with the burgeoning dance picture. This background makes up about the eclecticism of his DJ models, which can integrate anything through the Clash and Led Zeppelin to up-to-the-minute Experts AT THE JOB remixes. He’s one among the few home DJs ready to acknowledge to being truly a enthusiast of Deep Crimson. He shaped the Tonka DJ collective in the first 90s before building the Moist evening at Covent Backyard’s Gardening Membership. Following that he became a citizen DJ in the Ministry Of Audio. It was right here that his ‘live edits’ of rock and roll and dance tunes received him a status as an innovator behind the decks.