Iana Pencina

Iana Pencina

Iana Pencina


Title
Singer / Songwriter
Bio
IANADI (Iana Pencina) is an Eastern European-born, Boston-based singer and songwriter, she is also a mom, a dancer, and a business professional. 
Her current songwriting style is centered around philosophical reflections on various aspects of life and wandering the crossroads of reality and dreams. IANADI’s music is often born out of sadness but always encompasses a spirit of inevitable future joy. In 2019, she started co-writing and recording songs with a Grammy-nominated producer Jon Evans who was a long-term touring and recording musician with Tori Amos, Sarah McLachlan and Linda Perry among others.
Influenced by Kate Bush, Bjork, Portishead, Evanescence, classical and cinema music, and opera.
Website
Interests
singer/songwriter, alternative rock, dance, art, cinematic
Location
Boston, MA

Recent Submissions

Iana Pencina submitted media.

Mike Mineo

Shimmering guitars and percussive pulsing lend a climatic, anticipatory feeling initially, the soaring vocals around the 45-second mark invigorating into the "small worlds," refrain. The expressive vocal work around 02:50 is particularly striking, the wordless expression into the "We are," anthemic stirring leaving a memorable impression. The subsequent bird-chirping provides a lush effect, contrasting nicely amidst the spacious soundscape and vocal power. Another successful, creative production with vocal power and an interesting, natural-shifting soundscape. Please do send upon release to my email. Thanks again! -Mike

Iana Pencina submitted media.

Iana Pencina submitted media.

Spirit by IANADI

Mike Mineo

Ghostly vocals and a psychedelic sitar lead craft an intriguing introduction, propelled shortly thereafter by buzzing synths and guitar fragments -- aesthetically a bit reminiscent of Kate Bush. I'm enjoying the quick rise from ghostly beginnings into a melodic, more accessible sound. The vocals exude a free-flowing quality, working excellently, especially at points like the two-minute mark, seamlessly alternating between suave and expressive tones (latter "desert of dreams," in particular playing nicely). Sitar-y re-emergence and wordless vocal passion, approaching the three-minute mark, helps drive into a satisfying conclusion. "Spirit" consumes with a creative, melodic sound. I'm happy to share upon release. Please send the public link to mike@obscuresound.com upon release, and also feel free to inquire about my PR services' rates, success stories, and strategy. Thanks for sending! -Mike