Composer, Producer, Remixer
DJ Neesty alias Philippe B. is a French songwriter, arranger, remixer, born January 12, 1960 in Tarbes, to a French father and a Franco-Italian mother. He is the songwriter, arranger and remixer of numerous titles released in France and abroad. He uses several pseudonyms in these writings: Dj Toll, Celia de la Ronde, etc.
=== Biography ===
He studied in various schools, especially in Tarbes, Saint Joseph and Jeanne D'arc college, then at Caousou in Toulouse, he started as a DJ in various nightclubs in the Tarbaise region: Samantha's, Le Milord, Le Number One. etc ... Passionate about music, he managed to make DJ championships and won many prizes, but he has already started a few titles in writing.
At the beginning of the 1980s, he began his musical career, under the pseudonym "Peter Phil" ", he released his first CD in self-production.
A few years later, he decided to write new songs, without getting discouraged, he locked himself in his mini studio, sought new ideas, then went into exile in Paris, then in the South East. After a few titles that will pass for some non-existent, he continues between writing and discos.
In 1996, he changed his style, and composed several titles for the Dance X World group, classified in the... Read More|
... clubs: Get Up (Paya Paya), Chico Caliente, .... titles released on the CNR Music label, Arcade distribution. On the same label, he writes Come and Jump with the group Dance Jumper. Then Pete Silver on the Flarenash label with the title Listen Now.
He is also the arranger and remixer of two award-winning songs at the Eurovision song contest, including the famous L'Oiseau et l'Enfant (1st Eurovision prize in 1977) written by Jean Paul Cara and Joe Gracy, a new oriental version, in French and in English, the title interpreted by Rodja, then for Severine Ferrer who represents Monaco at the 51st Eurovision Song Contest 2006 taking place in Athens. On a choreography signed Bruno Vandelli, Séverine Ferrer performs Coco-Dance but will not progress to the final.
DJ Neesty is also the creator with Christophe Baqué of the Tribal group, DJ Yaya, who releases his first CD "Sex Right Now" on the Gambler Records label, distributed by Sony Music, with a tour in several clubs in France and abroad.
He also embarked on the popular song with ATR whose voice is performed by Thierry Garcia (imitator, Les Guignols), with a song on the theme of the cook Maïté, "C'est le top, je me regale" which comes out on the Polydor label, but also on the festive compilation by Patrick Sébastien.
DJ Neesty remixes with K-ZY, the title Belenos, written by Jean Jacques Goldman and Roland Romanelli, which is released on the Columbia label with DJ Sash.
Dj Neesty is working on several compilations on the Arcade Music label.
In 2002, exiled in Italy, DJ Neesty joined forces with the singer Pupetta, and released in several countries the title "Sous le shorts des boys" with eight mixes on vinyl. The title becomes the emblem of gay clubs in Europe.
And the radio credits: Sud Radio (Hervé Pouchol (RTL with Julien Courbet), Sud Radio David Gérard (La nuit est à nous), backing tracks for imitations of Thierry Garcia in Assurance Tous Risques, with Gilles Chaumard (Larsen RMC )
He also composes music for advertising films.
Dj Neesty changed course and turned to Hip Hop, R'nB and released ten volumes from the Ragga R'nB collection. Then it is a series of Zouk's discs with the series which crosses the borders "Total Zouk", three volumes, then remixes Italo Disco, Funk, etc ... Dj Neesty continues and launches out in Party Breaks, with five volumes available in vinyl.
We find many of her mixes on the internet like the megamix of Mika, a megamix also of Madonna of Confessions on the Dancefloor which has toured the world, but remixes for Kylie Minogue, Shakira, etc ...
Currently, DJ Neesty has returned to France, he has stopped mixing, arranging and writing. He currently lives in Tarbes, in the Hautes Pyrénées. He runs a vinyl record store.