One Step Closer
Somewhere, and sometime in 2001-02, I don’t recall exactly when, this mix was recorded the old fashion way, with vinyl on two 1200′s. A collection of rare 2-Step gems.
IS awesome. I am thrillled at the response to the 10th, yes tenth! release on La Folia. Upon The Dew Drops by An On Bast is beautiful, the entire release came out so wonderful. Here is just a little of the feedback for the entire release, mostly for my dubstep remix with C Dubs.
Luciano – Downloaded. Cool! Thanks. / Terry Francis (Fabric London) Great ep 5 out 5 / Konrad Black – Loving the Dubstep mix / Signal Delux – Dubstep remix is beautiful / Tyler Smith – Very nice release. The remix of Inanna and C Dubs is my fav. Good work! / Paris One – Nice Douglas Greed version! the same for Inanna & C Dubs version! Support! / Axel Barsch – Congratulations! Original and Dubstep version are special to me. / Pablo Bolivar – C Dubs & Inanna rmx its dope, will play in my Pulshar sets for sure, well done! / Liapin – Will play Inanna and CDubs! / Osunlade – Quite different – I like all versions! / Margaret of Panorama Bar says – deeeep nice nice !! thanks / DJ Sosa – Killer bassline! / Gabriel Boni – Love the Original mix and Dubsteb mix, support. Thx
I choose to collage images from his blog and texturize them. Conceptually this is what came about after discussing ideas with Chris, and what my inspiration finally realized.
In the white gusts, sharp edged pin pricks of needles on skin, we walked through natures tumultuous exertions.
Photography by Michael Connors
My next release will be a remix done in collaboration with Chris Ward for An On Bast’s ‘Upon The Dew Drops ep’ coming out on La Folia. The release also features a remix by Douglas Greed, one of my favorite producers.
lovely trees and birds and breezes
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Tongue and Cheek Mix
Tech-House, Techno, Break-Beat 11.07
The Modyfier music blog featured one of my mixes. Its a process series created by an artist based in San Francisco. The series has several mixes with write ups regarding the process of inspiration of the creators.
“DJ Inanna is one of our favorite DJ’s at Spineshaker. She found her way into our hearts and minds with the very first track of her Electrotech mix – “Who’s Afraid of Detroit – Claude Von Stroke”. Her latest mix, a promo dj mix for her upcoming tour, has again displayed Inanna’s high level of skill and her enduring dedication to the art of mixing and production. DJ Inanna begins this mix with a cinematic intro, and a haunting progressive set the slowly evolves into a dreamy techy trance.” – Spineshaker.com
“Tech House music never sounded so good with the tech house set Tongue and Cheek by DJ Inanna. There’s something inherently raw about DJ Inanna’s set Tongue and Cheek. Perhaps it is the simplistic nature of clean beats that builds progressively with no clutter and yet remains edgy and obtrusive. In essence Tonque and Cheek is like awork of art that needs to be displayed in a music vault at an audiophile museum…enjoy.” – The Freshpage