Deep Dish are the duo of Dubfire and Sharam. Originally from Iran, they took root in the Washington, DC area in the early 90's and established themselves as top-flight producers and DJ's, releasing several mix-cds (most notably "Penetrate Deeper") and building production credits on Tribal Records and their own Deep Dish Recordings. They had successful collaborations with BT and Carl Craig, and several of their remixes were instant classics, including their remixes of "Hideaway" by De'Lacy, and Sandy B's "Make The World Go 'Round". Their "Yoshiesque" and "Global Underground: Moscow" mix-cds brought them massive acclaim around the turn of the century, and they now rank among the most popular DJ's in the world, while continuing to chalk up remixes for the likes of Madonna, DJ Rap, Delerium, and Justin Timberlake. They run the popular house label Yoshitoshi Recordings, as well as its sister labels Shinichi and Yo!.
Iranian-American dance music production duo based out of Washington D.C., USA, consisting of Ali "Dubfire" Shirazinia and Sharam Tayebi. Originally known as club DJs, they have also released a long library of remixes and original productions. They own and operate the Yoshitoshi record label and have worked extensively with vocalist Morel. Their remix of Dido's "Thank You" won them a Grammy Award.
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Deep Dish is a duo of DJs and house-music producers consisting of Iranian-American members Ali "Dubfire" Shirazinia and Sharam Tayebi. Based in Washington, D.C., Shirazinia and Tayebi are well known for providing house or dance remixes of tracks of famous stars such as Madonna, Cher and Gabrielle, and for their live DJing sets. They often collaborate with DC artist Richard Morel and produced a dance hit with his song "True (The Faggot is You)". Their remixing abilities first came to attention with their seminal 1995 remix of De'Lacy's "Hideaway," a club classic. Other collaborations include "The Future of the Future (Stay Gold)" with British group Everything But the Girl, which appeared on Deep Dish's artist album Junk Science, which was released in 1998.