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Deep Dish UK Return – SKIDDLE REVIEW

Deep Dish announces their return to the UK will take place at the magnificent Electric Brixton where we will perform a 5 hour set!

So this is pretty big news. The mighty house duo Deep Dish, one of the most lauded teams in the business, make a welcome return to the UK for the first time in over six years when they hit Electric Brixton for a five hour set on October 25th.

Both Dubfire and Sharam have been regular features in the progression of underground dance music since back in 1994, with both their productions, remixes and record labels leading to some of the most enduring releases in the business.

Records like their all conquering remixes of De’Lacy’s‘Hideaway’ and Sandy B’s ‘Make The World Go Round’ will be forever regarded as classics, and rightly so. Their lauded Yoshitoshi label has been responsible for giving a home to the finest in percussive, groove filled house, and soulful sophistication, championed by the likes of John DigweedNick WarrenSasha and Steve Lawler for its marrying of classic house tropes with cutting edge dancefloor know-how.

Recent times have seen Ali Shirazinia make a serious fuss in the techno and house world as Dubfire, with his legendary live sets showcasing an array of thundering beats and tunnelling basslines that bag him regular appearances at some of the worlds biggest temples of techno. See him in action at Time Warp above to see what we mean.

Sharam too has enjoyed unending success with his forays into no nonsense house music, with his most recent release on Seth Troxler’s brand new Play It Say It imprint making all kinds of waves with its swirling low end bass line, driving house sensibilities and brilliantly placed Manfred Mann sample.

The two major players teaming up again on British soil then is something that the UK’s discerning house community has been after for a while. Expect to witness their downright superiority as selectors when they hit Brixton in October, highlighting again why the Deep Dish names enjoys such widespread reverence.

Tickets are on sale now – head here for your Deep Dish tickets

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Sharam “Midnight Mix” Live from Beta Denver [TSIS Premiere]

Thissongissick.com Exclusive Premiere

Legendary tech-house act Sharam, who is one half of the producer duo Deep Dish, is back an exclusive new “Midnight Mix” recorded straight out of Denver at Beta. This comes shortly after the blowout reunion Deep Dish set at Ice Palace during Miami Music Week / Ultra in March of this year.

This mix is a special edition of his radio show and goes in for a full hour of some of the best Tech House gems out there, featuring some of his solo and collaboration tracks on top of some of his favorites. We even have the world premiere of his official remix to Coldplay‘s “Midnight”, which is where the name of the mix comes from. It is a great hour long mix that will have you grooving throughout. Listen to the exclusive premiere and grab a free download thanks to Sharam. Enjoy!

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Yoshitoshi Barcelona

Yoshitoshi at CDLC Barcelona w/ Sharam & Friends!

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Sharam “Tripi” OUT NOW

“Tripi” is now available on Digital & Vinyl

Beatport

Juno (Vinyl)

Sharam “Tripi” Reviewed by Dancing Astronaut

                  Sharam is as evocative as ever on this forthcoming output from Seth Troxler’s new Play it Say it! imprint. Backed by a momentous bass line, “Tripi” features the jazz stylings of Manfred Mann’s Earth Band, the 70s outfit most well known for their cover of Bruce Springsteen’s “Blinded by the Light.” Pairing nostalgic house techniques with the musically-minded British collective, Sharam’s return to original production duties effortlessly re-establishes the icon as a power player in the industry. Devoid of flavor-of-the-month frills and pop drivel, “Tripi” embraces the golden age of dance and wraps it in a classic house package that will appeal to fans both old and new.  – As seen on Dancing Astronaut

Deep Dish Essential Mix 2014

Deep Dish “Quincy” OUT NOW

Quincy is now available to download on iTunes.
Get your copy here: http://po.st/QuincyiT

Yoshitoshi Miami 2014

Yoshitoshi Miami 2014 at National Hotel Miami featuring:
Sharam, Uner, Carlo Lio, Butch, Anthony Attalla, Hollen & Hotel Garuda

Tickets & Info: http://on.fb.me/1icjhpv

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WILDCAST RETURNS!

Download from iTunes

Yoshitoshi at BPM Festival 2014

Yoshitoshi takes over Kool Beach Club for BPM Festival 2014!

My Way feat. Honey Honey OUT NOW!

Purchase on Beatport & iTunes

Sharam – DMC World Interview

Read the Full Interview Here

Interview : Dan Prince

Sharam welcome back to DMCWORLD, where in the world are you right now?

“Hey Dan, I’ve been locked in the studio all week working on some cool and exciting stuff before heading to South America.”

Yes you are, you are about to embark on another mammoth winter tour kicking off in Paraguay this weekend before heading over to the UK for the fabulous launch of the brand new ‘Invite’ weekly at The Lightbox in London. Let’s kick off with London town, a city that has always loved you – where have some of your favourite capital clubs been for you over the years?

“London is always a lot of fun and it’s been over a year since I last played there when I played a really enjoyable 12 hour set at Egg. There are so many places that I love playing and the common denominatoris usually anywhere with a proper sound system and clued up promoters which usually attracts a great crowd. I hear Lightbox/Fire is one of those, so I’m ready and excited.”

Your My Way Tour takes you right across the world homing in on cities such as New York, Barcelona and Lima – you’ve been at the top of your home for decades now, does this traveling get any easier?

“I love what I do, and just like any occupation there will be rough patches. Traveling, particularly the flying part, has actually become a good way for me to relax and think without getting distracted by calls, texts, emails, social media and all the other distractions that’s flooding our time line. I welcome being disconnected while on an airplane.”

I interviewed Steve Mac the other day, he said to me… “It was different when I started out back in the day, there was no glamour side of travelling around the world, getting paid fortunes for gigs, it was all about the music. I think people get into it for all the wrong reasons today.” Discuss…

“Actually fame and glamour has always been part of the music business. We all have our rock & roll dreams. People just don’t like to admit it in public forums. The music part doesn’t have to suffer just because there is success. The perks are just part of the package and its up to the individuals how they like to roll. As long as the focus and desire to do good work doesn’t suffer, you can have all the fun in the world, make all the money you can and help change the game the way you think it should be played.”

A great quote from you that we love at DMC…”Where are the DJs that could tell you a full story and not bore you to death?” – care to elaborate on that for our readers…

“Well, the art of DJing is about telling a story while entertaining and educating. Over the years it’s changed to ‘lets tell the same story that the Radio is telling us or the same story nine other DJs just told before me’. Everyone seems to be playing it safe regardless of genre. Its a plague hitting us from both ends. The cross over/EDM and the underground circuits alike. No one seems to want to take chances in fear of getting scorned on social media or by their peers. In other words, the industry has cut its own balls and we don’t even know it. This one track mindedness and the segregation we currently have in dance music where you either belong to this click or that click – but not both – is a disservice to the fans and the dance enthusiast. That’s why DJs like Seth Troxler are a rare breed. When you listen to him you know things are going to get interesting and he just doesn’t give a shit. His sole focus is good music as he feels it and his crowd feels it. We need more people like that.”

Yoshitoshi ADE 2013

This year’s ADE 2013 event will showcase talent from Sharam’s Night & Day compilation album as well as the artists with current and upcoming releases on Yoshitoshi.

WHO: Sharam, Uto Karem, Andhim, Pirupa, Hollen and Sisko Electrofanatik.
WHY: To showcase, highlight and promote present and future music innovators across different genres.
WHEN & WHERE:  Westerunie in Amsterdam, Wednesday October 17, 2013.
Ticket info coming soon!

Sharam Beatport Interview

Sharam on dance music diversity:

“Where are the DJs that could tell you a full story and not bore you to death?”

Though his longstanding partnership with Ali “Dubfire” Shirazinia, as Deep Dish, may be on hiatus, Washington, DC-based DJ and producer Sharam Tayebi is having some of the most fruitful years of his career. Having gone solo as just Sharam, Tayebi has been holding steady, releasing singles like the recent “On and On,” hosting his Wildcast podcast, and prepping a forthcoming full-length album.

Beatport News chatted with the Grammy-winning artist about the many facets of his career, going solo, and where he thinks dance music is headed.

As an artist, especially one with your history, you’ve worn many hats. From producer, DJ, podcast host, to the owner of Yoshitoshi Recordings, you’ve done it all. What is your favorite creative hat to wear, and why?

I enjoy the creative process, whether it’s curating the music that goes on my podcast, to finding new music for Yoshitoshi and the sister labels, which all have a direct effect on my DJ sets, to wearing a director’s hat for my music videos, like “She Came Along” and “Fun.” I find myself involved with all aspects of it because I think they’re all interconnected and can help inspire and advance the other areas. They all help you tell a story. I’m a storyteller, too, I guess.

Your latest track, “On and On,” featuring Anousheh, was named the #1 Miami Music Week Buzz Record. Although your style covers a wide range of genres, “On and On” has more of a melodic and progressive feel to it. What was the creative process for this track, and what made you decide to work with Anousheh again, other than her beautifully haunting voice?

Aside from being an incredible singer, Anousheh is also an amazing songwriter. Working with her is always inspiring. I’m usually drawn to abstract, beautiful, and emotional lyrics and no one does it better than Anousheh. Dance music has a tendency to become very generic very fast—musically and lyrically. Every so often someone comes up with a new thing and there goes the bandwagon. I hold myself to a different and higher standard, and try to push the boundaries, but I’m also aware of not losing the plot. I don’t like art for the sake of art. What I love about working on a song like “On & On” is, once you are done, you can go straight to the dub and tell a different story. “Crazi Dub” of “On & On” shares a lot of components with the vocal version, but it’s a completely different beast and goes places that I couldn’t go with the original. I love that process. The dub is not an instrumental of the original. I even have an unreleased dub called “String Along Dub,” which is a very stripped-down version of the dub. I only gave it to a handful of DJs. It’s very dark so I play it at clubs that can handle the darkness.

We also heard that you are working on a new artist album. Can you tell us a little bit about the direction you are going to take with this album and when fans can expect to see it?

I’m always working on stuff and am in perpetual album mode. As far as direction, the truth of the matter is that I’ve always had a hard time sticking to one style of producing. My philosophy is, “Why limit yourself?” I let the inspiration and desire to create something new propel me forward. Where it takes me is unknown to me. I’m more concerned with making great music that evokes an emotion but still rocks the dancefloor. Where it’s filed in terms of genre is for everyone else to decide. So the album’s direction is dance music.

With a strong and successful history of the Deep Dish duo under your belt, has it been hard to move away from this reputation in order to make a name for yourself as a solo artist?

DJ Sneak made a classic house track years ago called “You Can’t Hide From Your Bud.” I couldn’t have said it better myself. When you are part of something so potent that people hold so dearly, the expectations and limitations it presents can become an obstacle. Everyone is always comparing you to how you used to be or how you are vs. your partner. You can’t pay too much attention to that stuff. You have to evolve and move forward and let the work speak for itself.

Sharam @ Monday Night Social – L.A.

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Sharam “Wildcast” Episode 65 – Live at Sensation Denmark

Sharam – Live from Sensation – Denmark!

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     iTunes      Mixcloud     Soundcloud

Tracklisting:

01. Sharam – Unreleased
02. Sinisa Tamamovic – Orgasm
03. PQM – Sleeping (Hellomonkey Remix)
04. Sharam – Radio G (Day Mix) w/ Cassius – The Sound Of Violence (Acappella)
05. Heren – Never Let Me Go (Rawrberry Remix)
06. Unreleased
07. ID w/ Justice vs. Simian – We Are Your Friends (Acappella)
08. Unreleased
09. Sharam feat. Kid Cudi – She Came Along (Sharam Ecstasy Of Ibiza Mix)
10. Pig & Dan – Detonate
11. Coll Selini feat. John Harris – Essential Love (HEREN Remix)
12. Sharam – Radio G (Night Mix)
13. Sharam – Mashup
14. ID w/ Alesso feat. Mattew Koma – Years (Sharam Mashup)

Sharam’s Brazil Tour Beatport Chart OUT NOW!

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CLICK HERE TO LISTEN & DOWNLOAD!

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Sharam “Wildcast” Episode 64 – 2 Hour Special Night & Day Edition

Special 2 hour Night & Day Edition! Featuring Pig & Dan, Sinisa Tamamovic, Maetrik, Rawrberry,
Kairo Kingdom, Nicky Romero, and many more!

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Night Track listing:

1) Marius Vareid – Jeger [Full Pup]
2) Music Note – Em [Nite Grooves]
3) Embers Vs The One [mau5trap] [Yoshitoshi]
4) Rawrberry – Kipachu [Bugeyed Records]
5) Nicky Romero, Zedd – Human [Interscope]
6) Utku S. – Box [Tapestop Music]
7) Teebee - Elevate This Sound (Original Mix) [Ram Records]
8) Kairo Kingdom – Crazy Rock [Big Fish Recordings]
9 Fast Foot – Galaxy (Original Mix) [Sick Slaughterhouse]
10) Mord Fustang – We Are Now Connected (Original Mix) [DNCTRX]
11) Sub Focus – Out Of The Blue [Ministry of Sound]
12) ElectroMind – Digital Life [Straight Up!]
13) Krewella – One Minute [Krewella Music]

Day Track listing:

1) Enrico Sangiuliano – Mechanisms Of Utopia (Original Mix) [Alchemy]
2) Technasia – Bastille Days (Original Mix) [Ovum Recordings]
3) Pig & Dan – Let The Show Begin [Bedrock]
4) Pirupa – Party Non Stop [Defected]
5) Anil Chawla – Pondi (Original Mix) [Global Underground]
6) Kernel Key – Moonjazzin’ (Uto Karem Remix) [Agile Encoding]
7) Sinisa Tamamovic – Relief [Shinichi]
8) Michael Knop – Over and Over (Original Mix) [Resopal]
9) Marcel Dettmann – Translation One [Ostgut Ton]
10) Maetrik – The Poem (Original Mix) [Ellum Audio]
11) Anthony Attalla – Bump Dump Hump [Great Stuff]

 

Sharam’s “Wildcast” Episode 63 – ADE 2012 Edition

Special ADE Edition of Wildcast by Sharam! Featuring music by Victor Calderone, Uto Karem, Sinisa Tamamovic, Andhim, and Heren. Catch these artists along with Sharam at Yoshitoshi’s Official ADE Kick-Off Party Wednesday October 17th at Club Panama, Amsterdam! Sharam & Yoshitoshi ADE Party Info Here.

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Wildcast 63 TRACKLISTING

1) Andhim – Unreleased [Yoshitoshi Recordings]
2) Danny Serrano , Soulrack , Mikel_E – Objects (Sinisa Tamamovic Remix) [RISOMA MUSIC]
3) Victor Calderone, Nicole Moudaber - Vertical Limit (Original Mix) [Drumcode]
4) Uto Karem – Take Control [Plus 8]
5) Heren – Feel The Rhythm [Unreleased]
6) Sinisa Tamamovic – After All Bad Things [Yoshitoshi]
7) Nicole Moudaber, Victor Calderone – The Journey Begins [Kling Klong]
9) Pig Dan – Detonate (Sharams Crazi Remix) [Yoshitoshi Recordings]
10) Heren - The Way I Feel (Cobi Remix) [NOIZE]
11) Sharam – Radio G – Day Mix [Yoshitoshi Recordings]
12) Heren – Never Let Me Go [Dirt Jugglerz]

 

ADE 2012

Yoshitoshi & Sharam Official ADE 2012 Kick-Off Party

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WHAT:  Yoshitoshi and Grammy award winning artist Sharam are holding an ambitious event at this years ADE, showcasing talent from Sharam’s Night & Day compilation album as well as artists with current and upcoming releases on Yoshitoshi.

WHO: Sharam, Victor Calderone, Uto Karem, Sinisa Tamamovic, Andhim, Heren

WHY: To showcase, highlight and promote present and future music innovators across different genres.

WHEN & WHERE: Amsterdam Dance Event kick off party at Club Panama in Amsterdam, Wednesday October 17, 2012.

TICKETS: Purchase HERE.

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About Sharam

From underground classics like Texi, Get Wild and Don’t Say A Word, to scoring international chart toppers, like PATT (Party All The Time) and The One, Sharam’s musical credits are as dynamic as his DJ sets as his production collaborations include artists such as Kid Cudi, Shakira, Patsy Cline, Chris Martin and Daniel Bedingfield. He seamlessly navigates between hypnotic underground sets rooted in his rich history of house and techno, while entertaining younger dance enthusiasts of today with laser like focus and dedication to quality. His motto remains ‘entertain while educate’. His sound is Ibiza in Vegas.

At Miami Music Week (WMC) 2014 he once again scored one of the most talked about and sought after records with his new outing ‘Tripi’ on Seth Troxler’s new labels inaugural release, garnering support from all sides of the industry. Tripi follows his rich history of seminal records like 2013′s On & On featuring the long time collaborator Anousheh that ended up being the #1 Miami Buzz record. He followed that release with “My Way” taking a more techy vocal approach — all part of his upcoming 2nd artist album. At Miami Music Week 2014, Sharam and Dubfire rejoined as the legendary duo “Deep Dish” and performed their first show in over 8 years setting the industry abuzz once again with their set as well as their new single “Quincy”.

Studio albums
Get Wild (2009)

Compilations
Global Underground: Toronto (2003)
Global Underground: Dubai (2006)
Live at Warung Beach Brasil (2011)
“Night & Day” (2012)

Singles
“PATT” (Party All The Time) (2006)
“The One” feat. Daniel Bedingfield (2007)
“PATT” (Party All The Time) feat. Diddy (2008)
“Secret Parkway” (2008) “Get Wild” (2008)
“Texi” (2008) “Crazi” (2008)
“She Came Along” feat. Kid Cudi (2009)
“Don’t Say a Word” feat. Anousheh Khalili (2010)
“Fun” feat Anousheh (2011)
“God Always” (2011)
“Our Love” feat. Anousheh Khalili (2012)
“Que Cubano” (2012)
“Radio G” (Day Mix) (2012)
“Radio G” (Night Mix) (2012)
“On & On” (feat. Anousheh) (2013)
“My Way” (feat. Honey Honey) (2013)
“Tripi” (feat. Manfred Mann’s Earth Band)

Mach EP Series
“Mach 1″ (2010) – “Love, Love, Love” & “Hemi”
“Mach 2″ (2010) – “M.I.T.T.” & “One Night”
“Mach 3″ (2011) – “Fun” (Funhouse Mix) & “Fun” (Dubhouse Mix)

Remixes
Richard Grey – “Tainted Love” (2007)
David Guetta – “Tomorrow Can Wait” (2008)
Timo Mass – “Subtellite” (2008)
DBN – “Asteroidz” (2009)
Sharam feat. Kid Cudi – “She Came Along” (Sharam’s Ecstasy of Club Remix) (2010)
Steve Aoki – “I’m In The House” (2010)
Sharam – “Don’t Say a Word” (Sharam’s Own Remix) (2010)
King Britt – “Now” feat. Astrid Suryanto (2010)
Shakira – “Waka, Waka” (2010)
Sharam feat. Anousheh – “Fun” (Sharam’s Own Remix) (2011)
Pig & Dan – “Detonate” (2011)
Bruno Mars – “Treasure” (2013)
Carl Cox – “Family Guy” (Sharam Crazi Remix) (2013)

Music Videos
“PATT” (Party All The Time) feat Diddy
“The One” feat. Daniel Bedingfield
“She Came Along” feat. Kid Cudi (directed by Sharam)
“Fun” feat. Anousheh (co-directed by Sharam)

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Live @ Story, Miami

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Sharam Live @ Marquee, NYC

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Deep Dish Space Opening Festival

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Deep Dish Miami

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Yoshitoshi Miami 2014

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Sharam @ Brrrr Festival

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Yoshitoshi @ BPM Festival 2014

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Sharam @ Wavefront

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