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DJ Harvey returns to Ministry

Eclectic disco selector plays MoS for first time in nearly 20 years

2016 Apr 14     
2 Bit Thugs

Terry Farley, Maurice Fulton, Mixmaster Morris and Alex Patterson are also on the bill for Saturday 23 April

London clubbers might want to note Saturday 23 April in their diaries, because that's the date when DJ Harvey will make what's bound to be an emotional return to Ministry Of Sound.

The eclectic DJ, disco re-edit king and Black Cock label boss was, of course, one of the club's earliest residents, and was responsible for the first-ever Late Night Sessions mix album way back in 1996. Around the turn of the millenium he relocated to the US (first Hawaii, then LA) - where he was then forced to stay for many years while complications with his immigration status were sorted out. But for the past few years he's been touring globally again, and now 23 April sees him returning to his former home in Elephant & Castle to take the club's recently installed 60-speaker, 22-channel Dolby Atmos soundsystem for a spin.

Harvey's not the only legend in the house that night, either. He'll be taking the helm in The Box for the entire night, but in 103 (AKA 'the bar') you can find Maurice Fulton and Terry Farley plus C60-botherers Awesome Tapes From Africa, while upstairs in the loft, Mixmaster Morris and Dr Alex Paterson (of The Orb fame) will take care of all your ambient, downtempo and chill-out needs. Will Bankhead and Felix Hall, meanwhile, will TCB in the Baby Box.

Tickets are available now, priced £24 - to get yours, click here.





Tags: DJ Harvey, Ministry Of Sound, Terry Farley, Maurice Fulton, Mixmaster Morris, Alex Paterson