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"" of the more beautiful albums I have had the pleasure of taking in this year.""

"...quite honestly, one of the more beautiful albums I have had the pleasure of taking in this year."
?-Static Multimedia - ?-Static Multimedia

""...beautifully blended array of magnetic soundscapes...""

These three innovators have come together to create a beautifully blended array of magnetic soundscapes, elegant guitar and clean tempos”
Grimy Goods - Grimy Goods


“Inu know what they are doing and do it VERY well” -

"...“Perfect flowing vocals...""

“Perfect flowing vocals that hover above the music, much like The Postal Service”
The Fire Note - The Fire Note

"" of the best 2010 has to offer...""

Inu’s Monster EP is going to be one of the best 2010 has to offer.
All five tracks on the EP are standouts...I can’t wait for the full length album! -

"San Francisco Chronicle"

"Classic electro-pop with a smart modern spin." - San Francisco Chronicle - San Francisco Chronicle


"The music of inu creates an incredibly beautiful soundscape with an intense urgency throughout.  These are songs you not only get lost in but slowly fall in love with.  The kind of music you listen to and look up two, three, four times to keep answering the question, who IS this?.  Great stuff"
-John Richards KEXP - KEXP

"Filter magazine"

"Just beautiful" - Filter magazine - Filter magazine


"Not For Anyone" - 2010
"Monster" EP 2010



San Francisco based producer, Count [DJ Shadow, Radiohead, Frank Sinatra, New Order, Lyrics Born, Halou] disbanded from Halou in 2008 to form Inu with guitarist Tim Hingston and cellist Zoe Keating. Past performance highlights include SXSW, Bumbershoot, SF Museum of Modern Art, SF international Film Festival, and Bob Mould's 2008 US tour. Their unprecedented live show involves an army of robots, allowing the 3 piece band to perform completely live (with each member playing up to 6 parts at once) in order to reproduce the exact sound of their album on stage performed 100% live. Video of this highly unusual performance can be seen at their recent sold out show at San Francisco's The Independent at