In late summer 2011 a major feature in leading international dance music publication DJ Mag declared "Electro iconoclast IDC isn't your typical DJ/producer - he's more like a multi-instrumentalist mix between Brian Wilson and DFA's James Murphy"
IDC's releases have consistently received 5 star press reviews, starting with his debut single 'Scratch', through to the release of his debut album 'Overthrow The Boss Class' in 2008, and continuing to date with subsequent album and single releases.
The second IDC album 'The Sun Is Always Shining Above The Clouds' was released in the last week of August 2011. The world's biggest selling dance magazine Mixmag wrote "IDC is back with a rich and diverse album made across five studios over 18 months" and DJ Mag called it "a brilliant work" giving a rating of 9 out of 10.
"Eins Deux Tres" was the lead single from the album and it was awarded 'Tune Of The Month' in Mixmag describing it as "a beautifully compelling collage of Beach Boys-like vocal harmonies and electronic voices. There's a Mobyness about its uplifting chords while the range of quirky samples and strings are reminiscent of The Avalanches. The best tri-lingual track we've ever featured!". DJ Mag gave it 9/10 writing "an explosion of ELO strings over a 'One More Time' rhythm stomp, never mind 'Money Shot' of the month, I think this is 'Single Of The Year'"
IDC's DJ dates have established him as a headline act throughout Europe and in major clubs in SE Asia.
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