Sharam Jey's pedigree in dance music is
considerable. If you haven't yet heard of him there's
no doubt you'll be familiar with some of his work;
remixes of Energy 52's Café Del Mar fronting an
impressive list of reworkings that also include
Faithless, No Doubt and Moby.
Since forming his own King Kong label Jey has linked
up with Darren Emerson's Underwater
Having established himself as a reliable source of
quality house music from the turntable, Jey's career
as a solo artist is about to get a massive shot in the
arm with 4 Da Loverz. Built on a big-boned bass riff,
it fits perfectly into Underwater's house output, a
quality party tune with good vocals and a more than
For a cousin, think the excellent Flashdance by
Deep Dish, and the kinship doesn't end there -
Jey is also of Iranian birth, moving to Germany but
more than happy to globetrot and promote his sound.
With this brilliant slice of summer house music and an
album of the same name imminent, it looks like he'll
have plenty to shout about.