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Sharam Announces Darker Techno Album 'Collecti'

The album will be released in three parts over the course of the summer
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Deep Dish member and Grammy-award winning producer and DJ, Sharam has announced his new album Collecti. The Iranian-born DJ just released his second studio album Retroactive last year and is already ready to get back to releasing music with a new LP, which will explore some of the darker sides of techno.

"Collecti is a culmination of work that represents my endeavors into a sound that has always been near and dear to my heart and central to my sets: Techno. For my last album Retroactive, I was fixated on all of my influences over the years, for this album, however, my focus is on the darker realms,” says Sharam in a statement about the album. “These records are my dance floor experiments, my secret weapons, tracks that have been driving my sets and I’m excited to share this body of work with everyone.”

The LP will be released in three installments over the summer, before getting some new additions in a large mix version just before ADE. The first part will be released on July 21. There will be loads of new music and a few classics revisited from his “I” series in "Texi,” “Hemi" “Crazi,” and Tripi."

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