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Sat 28 Aug 2010, 10:00pm–6:00am

Where: Be Club, 8 Commerce Street, CBD, Auckland

Restrictions: R18

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  • General admission: $10.00
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Listed by: thebeatmafia

Saturday the 28th of August sees young electro superstar Dirty Disco Youth of Dim Mak records hitting Be Club for his first ever set in New Zealand. The young heavyweight works on Steve Aoki's label Dim Mak and has had great world acclaim. With his synth sex funk electro he is ready to slam Auckland on a night not to be missed.


2010 looks set to be the break through year of youngster Vienna born Phil Speiser (which for us was only a matter of time). His project Dirty Disco Youth already caused quite a stir with early productions and several remixes which found their way through the web and very quickly became talk of the blogosphere.

Being hyped as the new “Wunderkind” gigs at the big electro events and interviews at radio and TV stations followed, as well as positive articles and features in several magazines. A Mexican mag even awarded him the “best new talent 2007″.

Soon he became a heavily requested remixer for indie labels like Great Stuff, King Kong Rec., Dim Mak, Coco Machete as well as major labels and at only 19 years he had already made more official remixes than most other remixers in their entire life. Dirty Disco Youthtracks are being supported by big names as The Bloody Beetroots, Benni Benassi, Joachim Garraud, Boys Noize, Herve, Fake Blood, Ed Banger Djs, Mustard Pimp, Gigi Barocco, Sharam Jey, Tommie Sunshine, Fukkk Offf, Streetlife DJs, Kap10Kurt, Malente, Annie Mac and many more.

Dim Mak boss and superstar deejay Steve Aoki was one of the first fans of Dirty Disco Youth´s production talent and now signed his Off EP to his super hip label, which is probably the biggest electro indie label right now with famous acts like Mstrkrft, Bloody Beetroots, Bloc Party, The Gossip and many more.

The EP features a massive set of mad mixes by Fukkk Offf and the much loved StereoHeroes from France plus a cool breaks version by label mate Mustard Pimp. Currently in the studio producing the upcoming Chicks On Speed album, a second EP for Dim Mak and his own longplayer being planned for end of the year, we will hear a lot more from Phil's alter ego for sure.

Support from:

Sam Hill, Mark Emerson, Beat Mafia, Joel Brooker & Jake Jones.

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