Inês Inlectra

Inês Inlectra started her journey in 2005, the year she moved her residence to Lisbon.

Her music preferences are fairly creased by the influence of her father and grandfather's record collection. From genres as bossa nova, jazz, funk, disco, combined with her fondness for modern electronics.

Names as Greg Wilson, Theo Parrish, Matthew Herbert, Harvey Bassett, Motor City Drum Ensemble, Omar-S often appear in Inlectra's dj sets.

Despite her expressed election for deep house, deep tech or nu-disco, when performing, it is notorius that the distinction between genres becomes unimportant when the feeling and emotions created by the music gives her all the portrayal she'll ever need.

Each time Inês performes, there's an attempt to raise music to other levels, extending the effect of sound to more than an intuitive dance desire.
Experiences, osmosis, states of (un) consciousness, movements, creations, absorptions, everything must be authentic

read more

Inês Inlectra started her journey in 2005, the year she moved her residence to Lisbon.

Her music preferences are fairly creased by the influence of her father and grandfather's record collection. From genres as bossa nova, jazz, funk, disco, combined with her fondness for modern electronics.

Names as Greg Wilson, Theo Parrish, Matthew Herbert, Harvey Bassett, Motor City Drum Ensemble, Omar-S often appear in Inlectra's dj sets.

Despite her expressed election for deep house, deep tech or nu-disco, when performing, it is notorius that the distinction between genres becomes unimportant when the feeling and emotions created by the music gives her all the portrayal she'll ever need.

Each time Inês performes, there's an attempt to raise music to other levels, extending the effect of sound to more than an intuitive dance desire.
Experiences, osmosis, states of (un) consciousness, movements, creations, absorptions, everything must be authentic