In this work we address disentanglement of style and content in speech signals. We propose a fully convolutional variational autoencoder employing two encoders: a content encoder and a style encoder. To foster disentanglement, we propose adversarial contrastive predictive coding. This new disentanglement method does neither need parallel data nor any supervision. We show that the proposed technique is capable of separating speaker and content traits into the two different representations and show competitive speaker-content disentanglement performance compared to other unsupervised approaches. We further demonstrate an increased robustness of the content representation against a train-test mismatch compared to spectral features, when used for phone recognition.