As an international DJ, Phil Marriott has supported Tiesto, Freemasons and Bimbo Jones.
He has played for the world’s most established and celebrated clubbing brands including Fierce Angel, G-A-Y, Poptronik, Miami Calling and SupermartXe.
In 2010, Phil supported Dutch DJ and record producer Tiesto at Victoria Park, London. Tiesto was named “the Greatest DJ of All Time” by MixMag magazine in a poll voted by the fans. In 2013, he was recognized as the “best DJ of the last 20 years” by DJ Magazine.
“Every now and again we come across the rarest of gems – an individual making waves in the club music industry because of their passion for the actual music. Phil’s love for the tunes and infectious optimism is always a joy to be around. He is also an outstanding DJ on both club and radio levels.” – James Wiltshire (Freemasons)
“Phil has an amazing ear for music.
A true tastemaker, I count on Phil knowing what’s moving the masses.” – International DJ/Producer Dave Aude
In 2010 and 2011, Phil played on the main stage in front of thousands of festival-goers at Manchester Pride where he also introduced acts such as K Klass, Sophie Ellis Bextor and Katherine Ellis.
During his time as a DJ, Phil has been either a resident or guest DJ at the following venues, club nights and events:
Tiesto at Victoria Park, London 2010 | Are Friends Acoustic (Indig02, London) | Onyx (London) | Fierce Angel | Freemasons Shakedown 2 Launch | SupermartXe (London) | Miami Calling | Kremlin (Belfast) | Dignity (Galway) | XXL (London) | Fire (London) | Popstarz (London) | The Dragon (Dublin) | AXM (Glasgow) | G-A-Y (London) | The Edge (Southampton) | Songs Of Praise (London) | Tonker (London) | Poptronik (Sitges) | The Hospital Club (London) | Rupert Street (London) | Two Brewers (London)
In 2014, Phil teamed up with London producer and DJ Rich B to form a remix production combo with Matt Waterhouse Represents. The result is something that is pressing the right buttons in clubs and on radio worldwide. In a very short space of time, Rich and Phil have completed official remixes for major artists such as LeAnn Rimes, Dannii Minogue, Erasure, RuPaul ft. Michelle Visage and Holly Johnson.
In 2009, Brighton-based producers Freemasons released their second album, Shakedown 2 with a triumphant launch party at London’s Heaven. James and Russell invited Phil to support their DJ set. There were also performances from Katherine Ellis, Bailey Tzuke and Sophie Ellis- Bextor.
Phil’s DJ work has seen him travel internationally to places like Sitges, where he appeared alongside Erasure’s Andy Bell at the Poptronik Festival in 2012. His DJing skills have also been demanded by some of the most established and respected clubbing brands, including Fierce Angel, SupermartXe and Miami Calling where Phil played alongside Bimbo Jones frontman, Lee Dagger.
In 2016, Phil shared the stage with Katherine Ellis and Peyton in Seminyak, Bali.
Phil Marriott is managed by Ultra DJ Management. Having over twenty five years’ experience in the music industry, Ultra DJ Management and their affiliated company Mission Control Artist Agency have the extensive contacts and the knowledge to deliver a high quality service with the best results. Their artistes range from globally renowned DJs and producers to live singers and celebrity personalities.
“Phil Marriott is one of those people that is consistently ahead of the curve when it comes to dance music. His eclectic and forward-thinking taste in music is original and fresh. He also has a knack for uncovering the next big thing. I’ve never disliked anything Phil has championed. Having worked with him closely for the last few years as a DJ, manager and festival promoter, he is by far a pleasure to work with in a tough industry where everyone is trying to get noticed. He’s actually one of my musical heroes.” – Raj Rudolph (EQ Music)
Phil’s DJ sets can often be eclectic and varied, depending on the party he plays. They always reflect the music he is passionate about. Check out some examples of Phil’s DJ sets below:
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Header pic credit: Joel Ryder