Deep Dish rises over Miami Music Week

The much-anticipated return…six hours of past, present and future music…dynamic 3D visuals

Posted by Michael Bordash on Fri Apr 4, 2014

Music News

On March 29th Deep Dish (aka DJs Dubfire and Sharam) made their much anticipated headline return at Miami’s Ice Palace Studios. Selected as one of Miami Music Week’s can’t miss shows by dance music’s finest publications, Deep Dish brought along friends Andhim, Hot Since 82 and Carl Craig for a night (and morning) to remember.

Introduced by Pete Tong, and with some of dance music’s biggest names in attendance, Deep Dish took to the stage under the cloak of darkness with their mysterious ambient intro signaling their return. Several minutes of build kicked into a 4/4 beat that revealed a massive stage spanning LED wall with three-dimensional arrows caging Deep Dish. Through the next six hours Deep Dish went on a techno and house music journey through the past, present and future. In addition to dropping their own “The Future Of The Future (Stay Gold),” “Dreams,” “Flashdance” and current hit, “Quincy,” they also showcased solo productions including Dubfire’s “Exit” (feat. Miss Kittin)” and Sharam’s “Tripi (feat. Manfred Mann's Earth Band)” along with tracks from the SCI +TECH and Yoshitoshi labels.

It was an unforgettable night and the first step in what’s going to be a huge summer for Deep Dish. Catch them next at Bal en Blanc in Montreal on April 20th, Hakkasan in Las Vegas on June 1st and Digital Dreams in Toronto on June 28th. More dates will be announced soon.

Preview Deep Dish’s new single "Quincy" out now on iTunes.

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