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Biography

Egyptian born Hisham Zahran is certainly starting to make a name for himself within the clubbing world. Submerged within electronic music for as long as he can remember, it is with no surprise that by the age of 18 he set out to learn the tricks of table turning. He defined a particular tune selection influenced by the likes of John Digweed, Jody Wisternoff and Steve Lawler, inevitably teaching him the key to lead a club and its crowd behind decks.

At first, such dedication broke through within the local clubbing scene in some of the biggest venues of Egypt such as Summermoon, Andrea Sakkara, Tijuana, Moods Beach, Ghazala Beach and Karma. These clubs have hosted world renown djs including Dave Seaman, Sander Kleinenberg, Anthony Pappa, Mathew Dekay and Sultan. But Hisham firmly distinguished himself with his deep, melodic Progressive and Tech House, making him a favorite among clubbers. In 2007 Hisham competed in the prestigious Heineken Thirst Competition held in Egypt every two years, where he successfully qualified in the finals that included 8 djs out of 60 submissions. by 2008 it was no surprise that hisham's talent started to invade other continents like Asia and Europe after playing in clubs such as Pacha The Park Chennai in India and Sakilikent Ankara in Turkey.

Currently, Hisham hosts a monthly show on Proton Radio called "The Next Level", aired every 3rd Wednesday of the month at 6am EST. The show offers a wise selection of the best prog and tech house tunes around, plus features guest mixes from the best upcoming dj/producers such as Fine Taste, Audionova, Stan Kolev, Tom Morgan,Dibby Dougherty, Scope and Bart Van Wissen

Eventually, Hisham's passionate love for music and dedication towards chasing new and fresh music has been recognized by Dubfunk (Global Underground, Audio Therapy) who has offered him an A&R position in his label Dyami Records.

this rcord was added by slash on 2006-08-23 09:33:02… last edited by zahran on 2007-10-21 07:54:28!!
all credits for this goes to slash and zahran from tribalmixes dot com community :)

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