Yoshitoshi Recordings was created by Grammy Award winning duo Deep Dish in 1994 and has been a constant in the electronic and dance music industry since its inception. Straddling the divide between mainstream appeal and the underground sound that has developed over the last 15 years, Sharam Yoshitoshi Radio brings together a mix of just that. Throughout the history of Yoshitoshi, the focus has been on quality of music, not about fitting into a specific genre. Sharam Yoshitoshi Radio is and extension of just that. The 60 minute show alternates weekly between Sharam's mixes and those from Yoshitoshi's Guest-DJs and friends. The Sharam Yoshitoshi Radio show promises to be one of the finest showcases for modern electronic music, and a great addition to existing programming.
Known simply by his first name SHARAM to the world of popular culture, Sharam Tayebi is a Grammy award-winning producer, songwriter, recording artist and DJ. His 18-year career has brought him to the world’s largest music venues and in the studio Sharam remains one of only few dance acts who can effortlessly navigate between the nocturnal world of dance music with underground hits like “Don’t Say A Word” and “Be The Change” while scoring Top 20 Hits internationally with “PATT (Party All The Time)” and “The One” featuring Daniel Bedingfield. He is also the driving force behind the legendary Yoshitoshi label in Washington DC using it as a vehicle to promote newly discovered talent from DC and around the world.
Born in Tehran, Iran, he has called our nation’s capital his home since 1985. And it was there, in the early Nineties, where he met Ali “Dubfire” Shirazinia by chance. They would later form the DJ duo Deep Dish putting the nation’s capital on the map for electronic dance music. Their reputation was cemented with their critically acclaimed debut artist album, Junk Science, followed by their second album, George Is On, which featured the vocals of Stevie Nicks. Simply stated by Rolling Stone magazine, “The Deep Dish sound personifies cool.”
In their time together, the duo re-worked classics from the likes of Madonna and The Rolling Stones to Justin Timberlake and Janet Jackson into international club hits, and also crafted the musical backdrop for VERSACE haute couture fashion shows in Milan and Paris. Deep Dish received scores of accolades and awards for their remixes including The Recording Academy recognizing their achievements with four Grammy® nominations and finally the Grammy® Award in 2002 for “Best Remixed Recording” for Dido’s “Thank You.”
None of this would matter unless Sharam’s music connected with people. From performing in front of thousands at the infamous Burning Man event to the most influential venues around the world, dance music purists go crazy for his musical choice and mixing technique, while mainstream audiences recognize Sharam (Persian for Calm City) for creating soulful dance music filled with striking vocals.
After a bountiful career as part of Deep Dish, Sharam became a solo artist in 2008 with the release of his UK top ten hit “PATT (Party All The Time)” — a rigorous rework of an old Eddie Murphy record which was produced by Rick James — followed by his collaboration with Daniel Bedingfield for “The One” and finally his debut double album, Get Wild in 2009. Always with the ambition to be diverse and progressive, Sharam collaborated with the likes of P. Diddy, Tommy Lee, and Chuck D., and even included a Patsy Cline vocal sample to complete this record with its Morricone-inspired Spaghetti Western theme. A serious movie buff, Sharam also made his directorial debut for the album’s single “She Came Along” featuring Kid Cudi.
Now, as Sharam prepares to set the stage for the overall aesthetic of his next album Speed, the avid car enthusiast will be driving a 1970s Dodge Coronet Super Bee Hemi — an all-American muscle car — in this year’s Gumball 3000 Rally. Musically he extends his passion for iconic automobiles with a series of three EPs being released under the “Mach” moniker inspired by the 1970′s Ford Mustang.
&ME - Red Flag [Saved Records]
Pirupa, Albert Marzinotto - Mexican [Paul's Boutique]
Alfonso Padilla - Aahhjay [Fruit Machine]
Carlo Lio, Coyu - Moxis Sickness [Noir Music]
Sinisa Tamamovic - Waking Up [SCI+TEC Digital Audio]
Sean Random, Sebastian Reza - 25 Horas [Libelula]
DJ Chus, D-Unity - Burn In Hell [Great Stuff Recordings]
Carlo Lio - Dorbo [Mindshake Records]
Tom Middleton - Jungle Drums (Sinisa Tamamovic Remix)
Sean Random, Sebastian Reza - Mescalina [Avenue Recordings]
Re Dupre, Angelo Fracalanza, Alex Stein - 7 Minutes In Marocco [Noise Music]
Sinisa Tamamovic - The New Generation [SCI+TEC Digital Audio]
Bambook - Naya Bengi (Nicole Moudaber Remix) [Global Underground]
Mladen Tomic - Emotions [Definitive Recordings]
Sinisa Tamamovic - After All Bad Things
Alex Smoke - Make My Day (Ryan Crosson Morning Sorrow Remix) [Soma Records]
1. Neuroxyde & Sisko Electrofanatik - Funkalistic (Original Mix) 2. Harvey Mckay - Shake (Original Mix)
3. Maxime Dangles - Infinity (Original Mix)
4. Snello - Evergreen (Kalden Bess aka m0h Remix)
5. Domshe & ModeBaku - Burning London (Beeswax Remix)
6. Roland M. Dill - Tacit Blue (Original Mix)
7. Unique, Adoo, DJ Fronter - Iceball (Sisko Electrofanatik Remix) 8. Stiv & Vallo - Just Awake (Piatto Remix)
9. Sinisa Tamamovic - Relief (Sisko Electrofanatik Remix)
10. Citizen Kain - Lipstick Sucker (Original Mix)
11. Axel Karakasis - Gobble (Original Mix)
1. Ruben Mandolini - In The Room (NTFO Remix)
2. Fabio Gianelli - Maintain
3. Catz 'n Dogs, Monthy Luke - They Frontin'
4. Anthea - Distraction (Subb Ann Remix)
5. Layo & Bushwacka - Big Dream (Martin Buttrich Remix)
6. Mulder - Varta
7. Hot Since 82 - House Thiz
8. Tiga - Pleasure From The Bass (Subb Ann Remix)
9. Matthew Dekay, Lee Burridge - Tubby
10. Noir - Satisfied
11. Jay Bliss - Time Travelling
12. Boris Werner - Set It Off (Makam Remix)
13. Christian Loffler - Feel Harmonica feat Gry