Elizabeth Joan Kelly is a New Orleans-based classical and ambient/industrial electronic music composer. She uses found sounds and MIDI to create lush soundscapes influenced by Zola Jesus, Nine Inch Nails, Portishead, Fever Ray, and The Knife. She is also a prize-winning classical composer available for concert music and commercial licensing.
New music! Listen now on Spotify, BandCamp, iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal, Napster, and Deezer. **WTUL New Orleans’ #2 top new album and #1 top new electronic album for the week of 8/27-9/2/2018 Brian Eno’s Music for Airports aimed to create ambient soundscapes, equally appropriate for listening as they are for ignoring. Airports can be places […]
New music! I collaborated with the brilliant Xqui on Starchild, a two song, name-your-price release using found sounds and field recordings. Check it out on Bandcamp.
Random Sounds from freesound.org, edited and manipulated in Audacity (2010). Attributions for samples used can be found at elizabethjoankelly.com/the-found-sound-project
For various ensembles including orchestra, chorus, and chamber musicians. Recorded 2005-2010