Sharam’s first full-length album is anything but ordinary. Characterized by the sound that put his partnership with Ali ‘Dubfire’ Shirazinia, Deep Dish, on the electronic music map, Get Wild showcases the bizarre range of influence often associated with the Deep Dish sound.
As with most electronic music artists it is both inaccurate and trivial to categorize an artist’s sound in a certain genre. Calling Sharam’s album house is correct for some tracks, while others exhibit a more progressive twist, some even indulging in dark drum and bass sounds. So instead of wasting one’s time assigning Get Wild to a certain genre, just listen to the diverse ambience and hardcore punch of Sharam’s newest release. The first and last tracks, ‘The Wild Theme’ and ‘Once Upon A Time in the West’ respectively, serve as fittingly ominous braces for the electro-melee they support. ‘She Came Along” ft. Kid Cudi is perhaps the most unique track on the album with its vintage vocal samples and groovy walking bass line, not to mention Cudi’s textbook flow.
To get the idea of Sharam’s progressively transforming sound, check out these three joints: ‘Get Wild Feat. Mario Vazquez,’ ‘The One Feat. Daniel Bedingfield,’ and ‘PATT With Diddy Feat. Diddy.’ These three tracks epitomize the unique sound Sharam perfects on Get Wild, from club bangin’ vocal hooks and punchy overdriven basslines to Deadmau5-esque glitches and massive filter sweeps.