Jodie Harsh, born in Canterbury, Kent in 1985, is a London based DJ music producer and Promoter. Jodie Harsh is an acclaimed producer with remixes for many big name artists under her belt. Alongside singles 'Frequency' and 'Mandolin' on the Room Service label, Jodie released a dance EP featuring vocals from Melanie C in 2012. 'The Night' gained monumental success over the globe, reaching number 1 in Spain and hitting Top 10 charts across Europe and South America. Her remix work includes Cher's 'Woman's World', Madonna's 'Ray of Light', Justin Timberlake's 'Suit and Tie', Cazwell feat. Luciana 'Guess What', Sophie Ellis Bextor's 'Bittersweet', Rye Rye's 'DNA', Ariana and The Rose's 'Heartbeats' and Jody Watley's 'Nightlife'. In 2014 Jodie's remixes of Beyoncé's 'Pretty Hurts' and 'Blow' ranked number 1 in the US dance charts. Originally wanting to become a journalist, a career in promotion was kicked off after a much hyped birthday event at the Soho Revue Bar, attended by Alexander McQueen, Kate Moss, Amy Winehouse and Boy George, leading to the management requesting Harsh start his own club night Circus. This came after four years working in clubs such as The End in London and Space in Ibiza. In late 2010, Harsh started an infamous weekday club nights called "Room Service". The brand became a success and runs weekly in London and New York, as well as occasionally in Amsterdam, Tel Aviv, Moscow, Sydney, Paris and Ibiza.