Famous for her trademark blonde beehive and thumping DJ sets at clubs, festivals and A-List parties, Jodie Harsh spins on all four corners of the globe. Beyoncé, Fergie, Cher and more have all had the Harsh treatment on remixes, which include 3 US Billboard Dance Chart No.1’s, alongside Jodie’s numerous writing and production credits with artists such as Charli XCX. Her influence stems from disco, early 90’s house music and the Vogue Ball scene. Jodie is the absolute centre of popular dance music as well as underground, cutting edge nightlife.
With club culture paused in 2020, Jodie Harsh launched her podcast, Life Of The Party With Jodie Harsh, where she and a weekly guest delve into those hazy memory banks and immerse themselves in the good times, revisiting sticky dancefloors, loud music and explore what’s next for the world’s nightlife. Guests have included Annie Mac, Paul O’Grady, Munroe Bergdorf, Nile Rogers and more.
GOOD TIMES AHEAD!
A figure head of the queer scene, cultural icon and formidable recording artist, Jodie Harsh, has now shared her new single ‘Good Time’, out via Warner Records UK. In true Harsh fashion, ‘the song is a pure pleasure-seeking delight that bursts with ecstasy, revelling in late night hedonism. .
Speaking of the single, Jodie says: “I made this track to be the ultimate party banger – whilst we were stuck at home for My House, we’re truly back on the dance floor for Good Time! I wrote the song with Frances as we chatted about how a night out can lift your mood. It’s about getting lost on the dance floor , a place where everything feels so much better. Musically I wanted to produce something super crazy, a bit disco-housey but distinctly UK sounding. Sonically I wanted it to sit somewhere between my heroes Armand Van Helden and Basement Jaxx”.
‘Good Time’ follows on from the reigning Queen supreme of UK nightlife’s brilliant remixes of ‘A Second To Midnight’ by Kylie Minogue and Years & Years, and Sonny Fodera’s ‘Last Thought’. 2022 is set to be another exciting year for the DJ, with tour dates across the world and the upcoming second season of her Life Of The Party podcast, which will see her look back on some of their favourite nights out with a line-up of iconic guests including The Blessed Madonna, Joel Corry and more.
Last year saw Jodie release ‘My House’, which has accumulated millions of streams and is the first song from a drag artist to be playlisted at Radio 1, and the SG Lewis–assisted ‘No Sleep’. She also launched Feel It, her weekly club that is currently in it’s second season with the likes of Melé, Eats Everything, OK Williams and more taking the decks and “Queer Super-Party” at London’s Omeara alongside Little Gay Brother.
Alongside the release of ‘Good Time’, Jodie has shared details of her upcoming live dates for 2022. Set for another huge run of shows, Jodie will be venturing through Budapest, Sydney, London, Dublin, New York City and more for the exhilarating Good Times Tour. For the first time ever she’ll also take the Main Stage at Creamfields South at Chelmsford’s Hyland Park, where she’ll be playing alongside David Guetta, Joel Corry, Fatboy Slim, Jonas Blue and Becky Hill.
2022 live tour dates
Saturday 26 February – Garçons, Akvárium Club, Budapest, HU
Friday 4 March – Poof Doof Mardi Gras Boat Party, Sydney, AUS
Friday 4 March – The Ivy Club, Sydney, AUS
Saturday 19 March – Night Tales, London, UK
Saturday 26 March – The Nightingale, Birmingham, UK
Friday 1 April – Mother Club, Dublin, IRE
Saturday 2 April – Kremlin Club, Belfast, IRE
Sunday 17 April – Coalition, Brighton, UK
Saturday 15 May – 3 Dollar Bill, New York, USA
Friday 3 June – Creamfields South (Main Stage), UK