Deepak Sharma
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Released first CD - Boogaloo. Brooklyn 3:23pm with Deepak Sharma. CD received 5 out of 6 stars in Raveline - Germany's largest music pub. Reviews also lined up in URB, REMIX and BPM. For more press, please visit

I have my own monthly radio broadcast on named 'the hidden sessions' where my mixes and guest mixes air. past guests include john tejada and broker/dealer.


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If people say you are remembered by your first compilation, then Deepak Sharma has left a lasting impression on the world. His debut CD "Boogaloo. Brooklyn. 3:23pm" is the first of its kind to be released by an American DJ. The CD has garnered strong praise and comparisons to the world's best. Big Shot Magazine writes, "Sharma indulges us in some of the most pristine minimal techno we've heard in ages. This is mandatory late-night/morning after listening. Not since Terry Francis' Architecture series has a mix compilation explored the realm of tech-house so well." Deepak compiled tech-house and minimal techno from Germany, Spain and Detroit and arranged them in such a way to tweak your mind. The compilation reflects Deepak's softer sound and received high praise from Time Out New York who called it "Lush and soothing." A similar sentiment was shared by dance music website Xpander as they described the CD as "A mesmerizing trip and seamlessly weaved." Mazi, one of the world's most respected DJs and producers called the CD, "Good cerebral chilled out after-hours fair."

Music labels such as Trapez, Shitkatapult, Regular, Boxer, Dial, Onitor, Areal, Italic, Plong and Z-Schallplatten are featured, illustrating Deepak's vast knowledge of music. Groovetickets writes, "Deepak's musical gift lies in the album's ability to traverse a broad musical canvas, the range of music offered is astounding coming from all areas of the globe, this is a DJ who feels the rhythm in his bones." Deepak is at the forefront of American DJs that play this sound and with the CD's nationwide release his unique and infectious style is spreading. The CD has also found its way to Europe. Night Magazine, UK said it's a "Darkly beautiful soundscape of edgy beats and blips to chill you out after a heavy night."

The CD is just one aspect of Deepak's sound. His deep, pounding techno has energized crowds late into the night at venue across North America as he has headlined in cities such as New York, Montreal, Philadelphia, Washington DC, San Diego and Richmond. Deepak's ability to throttle the dancefloor is unwavering, and an experience you won't soon forget. He was once asked, "Why do you play so angry, yet you are so relaxed and laid back as a person?" Deepak replied, "Let's see how far you can push the crowd and how far they want to take it."

Deepak has shared the bill with many of the world's elite DJs, including Craig Richards, Lee Burridge, Terry Francis, FC Kahuna, Mazi, Ralph Lawson, Eddie Richards, Nathan Coles, Tigerhook and Steve Porter. While the world is still learning about Deepak Sharma, there are many out there who feel his ability as a DJ is second-to-none. His fans should be happy to hear the CD is just the beginning. Deepak's schedule is filling up in 2005 starting with a monthly radio show on named "The Hidden Sessions" where he will showcase his mixes along with guests. Find out more about what makes Deepak tick in his interviews with and, two of the world's leading electronic dance music websites. Check your club's upcoming lineup to catch this innovative DJ in electronic dance music.

2 interviews that have recently gone up:

I recently played at Spirit in NY with Terry Francis, Eddie Richards and Nathan Coles Feb 20.

I am schedule at ULTRA for BPM's VIP Beach Area March 26.

I am scheduled for Avalon LA with Adam Freeland, Hybrid and Crystal Method also on the bill.

Finally, May 21 at Sullivan Room in NYC with Tyler Stadius.