Inanna Keeps It Dark On Remix EP

Butterfly Remixes available exclusively on Beatport next week!

Hot of the heels of her recent ethereal, moody Butterfly EP, Jook Music shoots out the lights offering up remixes of Inanna’s “Traces of The Sun” and the title track. The dark, dubby workouts stand in contrast to the original dreamy, hypnotic compositions. Commissioning a crew of Inanna’s favorite up-and-coming producers for their own take on the tracks, the result is a batch minimal of bangers inspired by the late-night sounds of Berlin and Detroit.

1) Butterfly (October Wig Out Rework)
2) Traces of the Sun (Quadratic Remix)
3) Traces of the Sun (MO7S and Da Moth Remix)
4) Traces of the Sun (Inanna + G Notorious Traces of the Dub Mix)

Contributing are UK techno producer October, Quadratic, G Notorious, and LA glitch-techno tag team MO7S and Da Moth. Ninja Tune/Vertical Sound/ Fluid Ounce artist October reworks Inanna’s “Butterfly” into a funked Detroit-inspired tech/house number. Quadratic AKA Chris Widman is the host of the long running radio show Abstract Science on WLUW in Chicago, a fixture in the Chicago electronic scene this is his debut release. Butterfly’s “Traces of the Sun” is given a dubstep makeover by Inanna herself in collaboration with fellow producer G Notorious, and LA production duo MO7S and Da Moth check in with their menacing, stomping version of the original.

Inanna is an experimental/minimal techno producer based out of Los Angeles. In a city where the electronic music scene doesn’t have the best reputation, Inanna and her contemporaries are hard at work trying to change that. Her amalgam of heady ambience, minimal techno, jacking house and even breakbeat are sophisticated and surreal, showing an amazing diversity of style that The Freshpage describes as “works of art that need to be displayed in a music vault at an audiophile museum”. While her recorded mix sets are most often experiment with found sound and atmosheric soundscapes, conversely her live performances serve up a more high-energy, cutting warehouse vibe.

2007 has been and will continue to be a year of exciting new releases and remixes for Inanna and she is planning a move to Germany to further pursue producing and performing.

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