Deep Dish are Washington D.C. duo Ali "Dubfire" Shirazinia and Sharam Tayebi. The Iranian/American dance outfit has been remixing music for the past thirteen years. Most notably, they have made a name for themselves with their club residencies in San Fransisco, London and Washington.
Their latest artist album "George Is On" will surely amp up any dance floor. The record is a collection of dance tracks that fuses the atmospheric qualities of house with the grandeur of stadium rock. A good example of that sound is "Flashdance," the first single off the disc with the infectious guitar riff by John Morel. The records also features remakes of Dire Straits "Money for Nothing" and Fleetwood Mac's "Dreams" (with newly recorded vocals by Stevie Nicks).
"Say Hello" is the album's second single and emphasizes the poppy house/trance qualities of Deep Dish' sound with its balearic groove and subdued vocals. If you like this track, make sure to get a copy of "George Is On" that features four exclusive remixes of the song.
Download Deep Dish "Say Hello"