Inanna's novel and atmospheric sound has a melodic sense rare among her knob- twiddling contemporaries. She spares the glitch and tweaking in favor of something a little more organic, immediate, and emotional. While the latter may be a dirty word in electronic music, her music manages to trump any expectations of the tag, subtly giving some class to the concept. Beneath the surface of crystalline, alien textures lies a warm, undeniable human element.
Her precise, masterful mixing style has earned her quite the reputation for both creativity and raw talent. Her amalgam of heady ambience, minimal techno, jacking house, and 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 experiments with found sound and hypnotic, dreamy soundscapes, conversely, her live performances serve up a more high- energy, cutting, late-night warehouse vibe.
Inanna first gained notoriety in the late 90's as one of North America’s premiere Garage/2-Step DJs. Since then she has continued to win accolades within the industry, appearing in such publications as URB, XLR8R, The Boston Globe, Seattle Weekly, Deuce, and Undercover. A veteran of events throughout North America, Mexico and Europe, Inanna is at home performing to crowds of forty or four-thousand.
Inanna has seen the growing success of her label, La Folia Recordings, which debuted in early 2008 and boasts releases by Moonbeam, Douglas Greed, and Mathew Leutwyler. Releases are being played and supported by dj's and artists such as Dominik Euelberg, Jennifer Cardini, Sascha Funke, Shelley Parker, October, Axel Bartsch, Ryan Elliot, Michna, Soda Pop and Soul Designer.