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Deep Dish

Initially pigeon-holed as deep-house producers though their blueprint for house music sweeps across trance, techno, and sub-basement dub, the Iranian-American duo known as Deep Dish produced a multitude of club staples during the 1990s while harvesting a stellar series of productions for their labels (Deep Dish, Yoshitoshi, Fast Food, and Middle East) by members of the ever-growing Washington, D.C. dance community. While most of Dubfire and Sharam's productions have the epic, grandiose feeling that ties many a house track to its disco forebear, the duo's knack for tight programming and genre-blending have carried them above many of their dance-chart compatriots.

Both Ali "Dubfire" Shirazinia and Sharam Tayebi were born in Iran, though their paths first crossed at a 1991 dance event in Washington, D.C.; both were immersed in the local DJ scene and working part-time at retail jobs they hated. They set up Deep Dish Records in 1992 and debuted with the production "A Feeling" by Moods. In 1993, an old schoolmate of Ali's named Brian Transeau recorded "A Moment of Truth" and "Relativity" for the label; both singles spread the Deep Dish message on dancefloors, and a link with Detroit producer Carl Craig (with whom they swapped mixes) helped the pair's street credibility. By 1994, Dubfire and Sharam were ruling as kings of the D.C. house scene, and had set up the sub-label Yoshitoshi for releases by like-minded compatriots Submarine, Satori, Alcatraz, and Hani. That same year, DJ legend Danny Tenaglia convinced Tribal UK Records to sign Deep Dish for its new Tribal America subsidiary, and the duo hit the dance charts with productions like "High Frequency" and "Casa de X." Deep Dish also made their full-length mix debut in 1995, taking charge of compilations for Tribal America (Penetrate Deeper) and Slip'N'Slide (Undisputed).

The 1995 single "Hideaway" by De'lacy practically made Deep Dish's career on a commercial and mainstream-dance level; their remix stormed the pop charts and earned them boatloads of additional remix work for Michael Jackson, Tina Turner, Janet Jackson, Pet Shop Boys, Kristine W., Everything But the Girl, the Beloved and the Shamen -- Deep Dish even reworked Brian Transeau's collaboration with Tori Amos, "Blue Skies." Dubfire and Sharam added to their mix-album résumé with another Tribal America collection (1996's In House We Trust) plus one for Deconstruction (Cream Separates) one year later. Just when Deep Dish appeared to be content with releasing a mix album or two each year, the duo recorded their proper studio debut, Junk Science, in 1998. Resuming the schedule, Deep Dish released mix sets in consecutive years: Yoshiesque, Renaissance Ibiza, and a second Yoshieque by 2001.

2001 also saw the duo earn their first "Remixer of the Year" Grammy nomination for their work on Madonna's "Music" and Amber's "Sexual (La Da Di)". A remix of Dido's "Thank You" won them the Grammy a year later, the same year their Global Underground: Moscow mix-CD won the Dancestar USA's "Best Compilation" award. A third volume of Yoshiesque followed in 2003 along with three different editions of Global Underground: Toronto, one with the duo spinning together and one solo set each from Dubfire and Sharam. ~ John Bush, Rovi
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Deep Dish Feat. Stevie Nicks....... . . . . . . o n e of the BEST!!!!
Love.
Boots and pants and boots and pants and boots and pants and boots and pants. . . .
Pandora, why haven't you added the Moscow sets yet? its one of DeepDish's best!
Deep Dish me on the dance floor.
tjandjenjone s
Sacramento loves Deep Dish!
I think they are AWESOME!!!
I love this!
Gotta love Deep Dish
Also check out their Pete Tong BBC Essential mix from 2008 I think? The pool party one ;) One of the best mixes I've ever heard.
Deep Dish is by far one of the best! These guys need to get back together and releas some more stuff please!
Good beats !
Dance me out big time.
Great song
Sooooooo.... . niiiiiice... . .
That's cool Funkytree you saw them at Nation- I lived in D.C area but wasn't there around that time. I will have to look up those songs. Don't worry you aren't old!
funkytree
For all the DEEPDISH fans, check out any of the downloads from bbc radio 1 Pete tong from 1997/1998- 2004 s**t it unreal! Forgotten and lost track very hard to find! Some of the best I think being a D.C native I used to hear them in high school every weekend at the party BUZZ at NATION ....... Yeah I'm old
Who's better than Deepdish? NO ONE!!! ;)
been a died hard deep dish fan from the beginning!!! love DEEPDISH!! Finally getting recognition! ! Thanks All!!
solidddddddd d d d d d d d d
I Must say, Global Underground' s Deep Dish: Moscow is probably the best album I have ever heard. Saw Deep Dish at Mythos in Charlotte, NC, and thought I had died and gone to heaven. Then bought that album and could re-live that night over and over...
plus, listen to digweeds trebor track....... . . w a y too similar and simplistic.. . . . . a l m o s t pirated by one or the other just tweaked a bit?
just heard swallow me, for the first time i might add, track leaves me wanting, i believe fan base is over enamamoured with their simplistic beats, all that being said, that is the only song i have heard by them , maybe their other stuff is better?
Who's Better...?? NO ONE!! Not even Tiesto!!
My all time favorite!! Deepdish Rules!!... old School
nice
tifphanietel l i n g
Love these guys, since the late 90's!! LOL, so inspiring ;)
Just now hearing them for the first time. I don't know how I missed them in the late 90's. But I did. I like these guys.
a.frigon
Saw Sharam last year over Memorial Day and checking out Dubfire this year. Yay. :)
vsirvis
CRUISIN' WITH DEEP DISH
gscottlove
There was a club in SF called 55 Natoma St....mid 90's...Ahh the best album from that era was Deep Dish "Penetrate Deeper"..bri n g s it all back.

These guys still have it!! really good s**t
Trip me out totally dudes.
yo i remeber hearing them at a after hour club in westhollywoo d l.a called does ur moma no opened @ 3am till 2pm pure smoke taking u bak to the mid 90's yo. holla if ya feel me out der.
rezahayat
These guys have always been off-da-hook. I remember seeing them at a Sacramento event years ago and they were awesome back then.
deep dish is the sh!t
where are they now. some times the bio are less than current...
Incredible beats...
aangel036
If any duo has rock through out the years and have stayed loyal to the sound, it's Deep Dish. Starting from the Tribal America years.
aangel036
If any duo has rock through out the years and have stayed loyal to the sound, it's Deep Dish. Starting from the Tribal America years.
exot_shrimp
I'm definitely also interested in finding out what song was playing during the exit of Deep Dish - Say Hello (Angello & Ingrosso Mix). It sounded amazing!
jewels681
Hey Gillian! They are still around but it seems they are doing sets seperately.
I love the things they do ... Can't wait to see Sharam in New Orleans.
SAS
What happened to these guys? Are they still around? I noticed they haven't released an album since '05, it's now '09. Hopefully they will get another one out before too long.
I remember seeing the cover of George Is On on the cable Dance Channel as background. Lo and behold, Say Hello is a great mix!

By the way, after Say Hello (Angello & Ingrosso Mix) there's a mix with piano chords, sounds very cool, can anyone tell me what song that is? THX!
me likey alot !!! Im buying this album next.
I thought this was Digweed & Nelly Fratado???!! ! This version is slightly different than the one I have but not much so... Hmmmmmmmmm?
sharam has turned commercial which is sad because i loved him, but dubfire has been spinning some interesting stuff...i love deep dish, i've seen them live a number of times in DC... xoxo
I could go for some Deep Dish pizza. From what I've heard so far they're pretty good. mmmmpizza...
Oooh Yummy! I love me some Deep Dish. ;)
N*
They are the best in the business!!!
I used to work at Space in Downtown Miami, and the journey that they took the club on was awesome.
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