One of only a handful of producers of his kind that can move effortlessly between the nocturnal world of underground dance floors, with acid house gems like 'Get Wild' (Essential Miami WMC Tune of 2008), his techno infused summer anthem 'Texi' (hammered by the likes of Luciano, Ricardo Villalobos, Adam Beyer, to Sasha, Danny Howells and Laurant Garnier…) and daytime commercial radio hits with releases such as 'PATT' and 'The One' (forthcoming in August), always unpredictable, Sharam will never conform to anything other than his own high standards.
After taking a break from being one half of Grammy Award nominated and Grammy Award winning Deep Dish, the most successful US dance duo in history, he's continued to delight and confound critics in equal measure - and he wouldn't have it any other way.
"I don't play the trendy genre game. Music should be made, listened to and played based on a feeling and the quality of the piece and not how it's categorized."
His upcoming long player aptly titled "Get Wild" is a testament to his philosophy. From tech-house, techno, electro, through to psychedelia, acid house and rock/dance hybrids - "Get Wild" has it all, and in spades.
Sticking to his mantra that there should be no divisions within dance music, Sharam's new album (coming in the fall) features 17 songs from different landscapes in (dance) music, spread over a double cd-album of new material including collaborations with Daniel Bedingfield, P. Diddy, Nic Fanciulli, Tommy Lee, Anousheh Khalili, and Morel.
His much-talked about DJ sets continue to rock the world's finest clubs, where you'll find Sharam slaying dancefloors such as Warung, Ministry Of Sound, Amnesia Ibiza, Space Miami and many more.
With his music and skills in the studio and behind the decks, Sharam has earned an enduring underground respect that many never maintain; while dabbling with success in the charts; many are lucky to accomplish one of these rare feats, Sharam continues to nail both.