Already support from Joris Voorn, Kenny Larkin, Sebo K, Steve Rachmad, Slam, Laurent Garnier, Aubrey, Darko Esser, Michel De Hey, Rodriguez Jr, Uner, Peter Kruder, Funk DVoid.
Never a label tied to meeting the demands of of the industry, Komplex de Deep continues to plough its own unique path. Now into its third year, the label has just celebrated its archive of releases with it first compilation, "Volume 1." KDD has become renowned for its refusal to be tied to sounds or genres and is equally at home releasing the most avant-garde electronic-jazz to blazin' warehouse techno.
Today it welcomes another new artist to its roster. An Irishman whose own personal productions are equally as difficult to label... Ian O'Donovan works with 'emotions.' From his driving tech numbers to the deepest of house via grand progressive tracks, Ian's music always plays on the listeners feelings. His use of melody and uplifting chord structures is polished and its this skill that has seen him release work for Vince Watson's Bio label, Darko Esser's Wolfskuil and of course John Digweed's Bedrock. His debut release for KDD feature's two choice cuts in "Redemption" and "Relieve." The former is peak time, hand and hair raising material, where as the latter takes a more deeper considered route with a huge slice of balearic feeling. Adam Carter [txt from ]