Deep Dish To Reunite After Eight Years
Deep Dish is coming.
The pioneering house music duo, Deep Dish, made up of Ali “Dubfire” Shirazinia and Sharam Tayebi (simply known as Sharam), are on the verge of getting back together. Similarly to OutKast, this resurrection of the DJ duo has been long-awaited among loyal members of the dance music community.
In 2006, Deep Dish split to pursue solo careers after years remixing tunes as a tag-team for superstars such as Cher, Madonna and Janet Jackson, to name a few; they even snagged a Grammy for Best Remixed Recording for their edit of Dido’s “Thank You.” After months (and in some circles, years) of speculation and rumors, today a clock counting down has appeared on DeepDish.com.
While Deep Dish is keeping this mysterious countdown under wraps for now, one thing is clear, the eight-year wait for Deep Dish to emerge as a duo once again is near.