• Deep Dish Set To Return In 2014
• Download two Skream tracks made for Youngsta, ‘Problem Dog’ & ‘The Blue Crystal’
• See Moderat’s “Last Time”
Deep Dish Set To Return In 2014
Though both Sharam and Dubfire have been hinting at possibly reuniting for some time now, it looks as though the time is finally upon us.
Yes, you read that right. Grammy winning Deep Dish, made up of Sharam Tayebi, also known as Sharam, and Ali Shirazinia, known as Dubfire, are finally reuniting. They’ve set up a website,www.deepdish.com, with nothing more than a play and pause button, and a clock counting down to the now imminent moment. According to our calculations, the clock seems to point towards 71 days from now (at the time of this writing), or March 28th of this year – just in time for Miami.
Deep Dish were responsible for 1998’s “Junk Science” and 2005’s “George Is On,” several mix CDs, including Global Underground Moscow and Toronto, a Renaissance Ibiza mix, and countless singles and remixes, including a remix of Dido’s “Thank You,” which netted them a Grammy in 2002. The duo was one of house’s favourites for years, until when in 2006, Sharam and Dubfire parted ways, looking to branch out with solo careers, which saw Dubfire develop into one of techno and minimal’s top stars. Stay tuned to this spot for more details as they come in.
(via Pulse Radio)
Download two Skream tracks made for Youngsta, ‘Problem Dog’ & ‘The Blue Crystal’
Skream has uploaded a pair of dubstep tracks for free download.
Both made for dubstep gatekeeper Youngsta, ‘Problem Dog’ and ‘The Blue Crystal’ (a Breaking Bad reference, we guess?) are a far cry from the house and disco that Skream has been indulging in of late: both are in the classic dubstep mould, and could easily fit on one of his Skreamizm sets.
Download them here, and stream them below.
(via FACT Mag)
See Moderat’s “Last Time”
The group have released a solemn new video, directed by their longtime collaborator Pfadfinderei.
(via Resident Advisor)