Perhaps mostly regarded on the dance music scene as one half of the renowned club/dance duo Deep Dish (“Dreams” for life), Sharam Tayebi seemingly never sought to go out on his own being that he was completely devoted on collaborating with his DD band mate Ali “Dubfire” Shirazinia.
However, in 2006 Sharam decided to just go for it and took the solo plunge, and pretty much straight of the music gate, he hit the big time due to the to the wild success from the release of the double-disc Dubai, which was served up as part of the popular ongoing Global Underground series.
Further down the road, the overseas dance music kingpin released his debut single, “She Came Along,” a collaboration with Kid Cudi, which charted for 15 weeks on the Bulgaria Singles Top 40. This would also lead the DJ to cook up “PATT,” a pulsating club banger that magically takes Eddie Murphy’s ’80s anthem, “Party All the Time” to shimmering new levels of the dance music sea. The same can also be said for his collection of various speaker destroyers including, “Get Wild, “Taxi,” “August House” and “On & On,” as well as pretty much any remix he’s whipped up for overseas dance music moguls Richard Grey, Cedric Gervais and also Ms. Shakira, in which the DJ gave her hit “Waka Waka” the complete rewerk treatment.
Last month, Sharam released his sophomore album Retroactive, a deep, dark dance music love affair that features collaborations with Giorgio Moroder, Ahousheh Khalili (a long time collaborator of Deep Dish), Daniel Bedingfield, and Chance Caspian, which you can check it all out right here.