The Deep Dish member will return to Australia this September.
Sharam will play shows in Melbourne and Sydney this month.
Together with studio and DJ partner Dubfire, Sharam rose to major popularity as Deep Dish from the early '90s, a partnership which saw continued worldwide commercial success right through to the mid '00s. Since the pair parted ways, however, Sharam has become an accomplished solo artist in his own right, releasing a double studio album, numerous singles and EPs and several high profile mix CDs, including two Global Underground offerings. His most recent compilation, Night & Day, dropped on Deep Dish's Yoshitoshi imprint back in July of this year, and draws on a wide range of his influences and styles ranging from big room club music to more laidback house cuts.
Returning to Australia for the first time since early 2010, Sharam will spin in two cities over the last weekend of September. He hits Melbourne on the 28th for a Darkbeat party at an intimately configured Billboard The Venue where he will be joined by Ireland's Dibby Dougherty as well as a number of locals. The following night, Sharam will appear at Sydney's Chinese Laundry to play a four-hour set in the Cave.