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Bruno Mars' 'Treasure' Gets House Remix From Sharam – Song Premiere

Deep Dish producer employs punchy synths on reworked track

Sharam
Robbie Augspurge
July 31, 2013 8:00 AM ET

Sharam, one half of the production duo Deep Dish, has turned Bruno Mars' funky disco cut "Treasure" into a pumping house track for an upcoming EP of remixes set for release August 12th on Atlantic. Sharam swapped the original's grooving guitar work for bounding, punchy synths that bounce perfectly around Mars' impassioned vocals.

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"'Treasure' is an incredibly beautiful song," said Sharam. "I was immediately drawn to it and thought I could reinterpret with an old school house vibe with a bit of modern twist. The response in my dance floors has been amazing and I'm very excited for everyone to hear this remix – particularly since it's the first remix I've wanted to do in over two years."

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