When Washington based duo Ali 'Dubfire' Shirazinia and Sharam Tayebi hooked up at a party in 1991, one of dance music's most successful duos was born. Early remixes, including De Lacy's 'Hideaway, laid the ground for their critically acclaimed debut album 'Junk Science' in 1998 - a refreshingly original and diverse piece of work that spawned standout tracks such as 'The Future of The Future (Stay Gold)' and 'Stranded'. Instead of making a straightforward dancefloor album, the pair had created a proper artist album with a much wider reach than probably they even expected, winning them legions of fans both within and outside the dance music community. Alongside producing and DJing they also established two key record labels - Deep Dish Records and Yoshitoshi, as well as racking up a cupboard full of awards, including a Grammy in 2002. Fifteen years on and their second album 'George is On' has introduced them to a whole new generation of clubbers with the 80's sampling crossover hit Flashdance. Their solo excursions - whether Global Underground mix albums or twisted dancefloor burners - have shown that either together or apart the pair remain as relevant as ever.
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