This year’s installment of the Miami Music week saw some exciting developments take place. The meteoric rise of deep house and techno over the past year bellowed throughout the the city with throbbing atmospheric drums and dark grooves. And after a six-year hiatus, D.C. based producers Dubfire and Sharam reunited as the legendary house duo Deep Dish. Their hotly-tipped reunion show was chatted about among fans and industry folks alike and fled to by those lucky enough to nab an in.
The show went down at Ice Palace Studios on March 29, including performances from some of electronic music’s biggest stars like Carl Craig, Hot Since 82, and Andhim. During their performance, Deep Dish stood mysteriously in the middle of a large LED stage. Gargantuan drum rhythms, warped bass lines and an infectious dose of progressive synths amalgamated through the build up. Intensity and emotions grew higher with each groove, and as the 3D visuals began to take form, the duo came into view. Their set was a flawless sublime journey of house and techno-new and old- including their own solo productions.
Since there has been no live set released from the show, enjoy the Deep Dish Essential mix and keep those fingers crossed that another performance is coming soon.
Deep Dish's latest single "Quincy" is also officially out on Astralwerks. Grab it on iTunes.