Peter Urlich (born 1956) is a New Zealand musician. He is one of the few musicians who has managed to successfully cross the rock/house genre divide, performing in both.
Urlich was a member of the pop/rock band Th'Dudes. After Th'Dudes had finished performing, he was instrumental in starting the New Zealand nightclub scene with Mark Phillips (Squire), including "A Certain Bar", "Zanzibar", "6 month club", "The Brat", "Berlin" and "Roma".
Peter Urlich was part of the Peter Urlich and Bevan Keys musical duo, which brought house music to the masses in New Zealand. Urlich also presented a radio show on student radio bFM, and is a disc jockey on Auckland Radio station George FM's The P.U.B.E. (Peter Urlich Breakfast Experience).