Deep Dish Confirms Reunion, New Single "Quincy," and WMC/MMW Show in Miami

Deep Dish is back.

Last month, Dubfire and Sharam, legendary house music production partners who've been focused on solo stuff since 2006, began a mysterious "countdown to Miami" via DeepDish.com.

There were no other details. But it seemed obvious that a reunion was coming. And at the time, we here at Crossfade predicted an appearance Ultra Music Festival 2014.

Now, finally, the return of Deep Dish has been confirmed. Rather than an Ultra slot, though, Dubfire and Sharam have just "announced they are to play a remarkable headline show at Miami's Ice Palace Studios on March 29" during Winter Music Conference and Miami Music Week 2014.

See also: Deep Dish Reunion? Mysterious "Countdown to Miami" Begins

The duo has also revealed a new single entitled "Quincy."

Currently available for preview via Deep Dish's recently established official YouTube account, the full track will be debuted during the Friday, February 14 broadcast of Pete Tong's BBC Radio 1 show. And it will be released on March 31 by Virgin Records.

Otherwise, the haze of mystery continues to linger as Dubfire and Sharam's team, when pressed for further intel, simply refers us to the official hype, which insists ...

"All other details are firmly under wraps for the time being."

Deep Dish. Saturday, March 29. Ice Palace, 1400 N. Miami Ave., Miami. The show starts at 10 p.m. and tickets cost $40 plus fees via wantickets.com. Ages 21 and over. Visit DeepDish.com.

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