Phil Speiser

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Phil Speiser (born 12 October 1990 in Vienna, Austria) is a music producer and composer living in Hamburg, Germany. Since 2014, he is member and producer of the German band Scooter. His first production with Scooter, the album "The Fifth Chapter" went Top 10 in the official German Album Charts and was nominated for the German Echo Music Award. Speiser ran the record label Oh! My God It's Techno Music, and he is also known for his dance music project Dirty Disco Youth which topped the German Dance Charts several times. As Dirty Disco Youth, he signed Records to Spinnin' Records, Dim Mak Records and produced remixes for many renown artists, e.g. Agnes Carlsson, DJ Antoine. In 2015, he founded the project SPYZR on the biggest German dance label Kontor Records and remixed the number one record "Reality" by Lost Frequencies. Most recent releases have been "Ready for it", a song produced for the Olympic election for Hamburg 2024 and a remix for "Push It!", originally performed by Salt-N-Pepa Speiser wrote and produced records for Die Atzen, Azzido Da Bass, Chicks on Speed, Oliver Pocher, Robyn, and more recently Stereoact and Gestört aber GeiL.

In 2016, Phil Speiser founded RETROFUTUREMUSIC, a music production company based in Hamburg, Germany.


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