You Won’t Remember This [Cassingle #29]

Dark smokey clear shell with custom printed paper stickers, limited to 20 copies, hand dubbed in real time on high quality TEAC and Sony tape decks. 250g/m² two sided J-Card with matte finish. Clear case. Available from superpolar Taïps. Released April 1 from Orca, Attack!, my swamp-rock-meets-space-opera-and-folk duo with David Rodriguez. The two songs released … Continue reading You Won’t Remember This [Cassingle #29]


The immensely talented “neo-cubist semi-deconstructionist blues guitarist” Geiger von Müller asked me to remix his song “Blue Moon Frequency #2b.” This is version 3, appropriate for the spring season, out now as a name-your-price download on Bandcamp. So are the previous “Fall” and “Summer Mix.” The “Spring Mix” was premiered Sunday May 9 on WWOZ’s What’s New with Duane Williams, … Continue reading BLUE MOON FREQUENCY #2B [SPRING MIX]


Pro-duplicated C20 cassette tapes are now available sold out! at Strategic Tape Reserve. Digital downloads are also available from Strategic Tape Reserve as well as iTunes, Amazon, and more. Released April 16 — C.M.S.O. (short for Course Management System Optimization), the newest EP by Orca, Attack! (aka Elizabeth Joan Kelly and David Rodriguez). C.M.S.O. is … Continue reading C.M.S.O.

Stay Safe

Surprise (!) mini-release of 2 quarantine-themed “public service announcement”-style songs. Thanks to Lucy Rosenbloom for the robo call sample on “Stay Safe” and to William Ransom for the text and robot voice recording on “Cohntagious.” Available as a “name your price” download on Bandcamp. “Stay Safe” was a Track of the Week on Revival Synth. … Continue reading Stay Safe

Blue Moon Frequency #2b [Fall Mix]

The immensely talented “neo-cubist semi-deconstructionist blues guitarist” Geiger von Müller asked me to remix his song “Blue Moon Frequency #2b.” This is version 2, appropriate for the autumn season, out now as a name-your-price download on Bandcamp. So’s the previous “Summer Mix.” The “Fall Mix” was premiered Sunday October 19 on WWOZ’s What’s New with … Continue reading Blue Moon Frequency #2b [Fall Mix]

Blue Moon Frequency #2b [Summer Mix]

The immensely talented “neo-cubist semi-deconstructionist blues guitarist” Geiger von Müller asked me to remix his song “Blue Moon Frequency #2b,” out now as a name-your-price download on Bandcamp. There’s a beautiful video by cgi director Paal-V too. Everything’s linked here thanks to Skopemag. Review Excerpts …creative ingenuity modulates various sounds and ideas into the wonderfully … Continue reading Blue Moon Frequency #2b [Summer Mix]

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Farewell, Doomed Planet!

Nominated for Independent Music Award for “Best Longform Video” Listen and purchase now on Spotify, BandCamp (digital AND CD!), iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Napster, iHeartRadio, Deezer, and Tidal. Best Of Recent Music Heroes Best Albums in 2019 The Letter Music I Loved in 2019 Avant Music News Best of 2019 an earful Best … Continue reading Farewell, Doomed Planet!

Departure 2019

Best Of Tabs Out Top 200 Tapes of 2019 (#70) SIREN’s 2019 “Now That’s What We Call A Lot of Music From Women and NB People” list Review excerpts “Kelly brings her considerable chops as a singer, a songwriter, and a mischievous experimental imp to the table, delighting everybody in earshot with magnificent synthesizers and … Continue reading Departure 2019


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. Review excerpts “…two track release starts with ‘starchild’ being a wondrous ambiance, something that made me think of flying into a Alice and wonderland kind of flight, one in which … Continue reading Starchild

Music for the DMV

Winner of the 17th Independent Music “Best Concept Album” Award Listen and purchase now on Spotify, BandCamp, iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Pandora, Tidal, Napster, iHeartRadio, Deezer, Saavn, Anghami, KKBox, Down In The Valley, and Shazam. Music for the DMV has been named to the following Best of 2018 Lists:  Hiapop Albums of 2018 Recent Music Heroes … Continue reading Music for the DMV

Concert music

For various ensembles including orchestra, chorus, and chamber musicians. Recorded 2005​-​2010 Review excerpt: “I could imagine wordless theatre shows taking the music up and build entire complimenting performances around them. I bet the theatres would flourish and turn into newly generated fan machines. Normal person goes in – hears an amazing show – gets hooked … Continue reading Concert music

Found Sound

Review excerpts: “This is a world in which things slip back and forth between absolute madness and beauty.” – Yeah I Know It Sucks “A piece of art worth breaking your bones for!” – Yeah I Know It Sucks Random Sounds from, edited and manipulated in Audacity (2010). Attributions for samples used can be found … Continue reading Found Sound


Rental Yields: Volume ONE

Front & Follow and the Gated Canal Community present RENTAL YIELDS – a multi-release collaboration project raising money to tackle homelessness in Manchester. Inspired by our current housing system, the project encourages artists to steal (or borrow, nicely) from another artist to create their own new track – in the process producing HIGH RENTAL YIELDS. … Continue reading Rental Yields: Volume ONE

This Machine Confuses Fascists Volume 2: For Kyiv

Released May 2, 2002, with proceeds benefiting victims of the war in Ukraine. Includes my track “Heliotrope.”

Music for Clean Water

Music for Clean Water is curated by Jonas Geiger Ohlin for Wormhole World Records. On average, 144 litres of water per person per day is supplied to households in Europe. 20 litres per person per day is the minimum amount of water the UN Refugee Agency aims to provide for every refugee living in a refugee camp around … Continue reading Music for Clean Water

Ball of Wax Volume 64: The Music of TELEPHONE

Produced by Levi Fuller and mastered by Sebastian A. Bach, “TELEPHONE is a globe-spanning, multi-disciplinary art game/project begun by cat-herder extraordinaire Nathan Langston that took place from spring 2020-spring 2021 and was made public in April 2021. The basic gist of the project, which ended up including around 950 artists in all, was meant to … Continue reading Ball of Wax Volume 64: The Music of TELEPHONE

You Can Never Leave

Produced by Front & Follow with profits going to Coffee4Craig, You Can Never Leave is “alternative soundtracks to a luxury apartments advert, featuring 31 artists including Field Lines Cartographer, Elizabeth Joan Kelly, Her Majesty’s Coroner for Wirral, The Leaf Library, Polypores, Hattie Cooke and many more. Why? We aren’t sure, but it all started with … Continue reading You Can Never Leave

Strange Selectors

Released September 28. Includes my track “The Heart Sounds Like Heavy Artillery.” First compilation from new label Werra Foxma Records, curated by Letters From Mouse, Lee Pylon, DJ Bleek & Kate Bosworth: “Born out of the love for the medium of radio, an unhealthy obsession with electronica, and galvanised by the symbiosis with artists, labels … Continue reading Strange Selectors

A Picture Of Good Health 3​.​2

Available now, released July 14 2020. Third Wormhole World Records compilation (and my second, after the initial compilation released 2018). Available as a digital release or a CD, either solo or bundled along with volume 3.1. All proceeds go to CALM. Review Excerpts In all, this is a massive musical project and all tracks believe … Continue reading A Picture Of Good Health 3​.​2


Curated by Front & Follow and The Geography Trip, with profits going to The Brick in Wigan, “a fantastic charity on the front line of supporting those most in need, seeking to address the inequalities across our country exacerbated by COVID-19, but there all along.” Includes my song “Waking Up With A Cat On My … Continue reading ISOLATION AND REJECTION VOL 1

Retrophonica – Aetheric Transmissions

Curated by Sound Effects of Death & Horror. Released May 15 from Wormhole World, with profits going to Delia Derbyshire Day. Includes my song “Metro Musix.” Review Excerpts Things move on into a strange seductive time traveling zone, one in which an old school train rattles over the tracks and the landscape is presumably all … Continue reading Retrophonica – Aetheric Transmissions

I Heart Noise Spring 2019 Compilation

Released June 1, 2019 on Bandcamp by I Heart Noise. Includes my song “Voyeur.” Review Excerpts Always impressive wherever the work of this artist pops up, Voyeur doesn’t go under the reader unnoticed as well. A full on deranged feeling of music that is dense and all over the colorful audio spectrum. Beautifully designed, moving, … Continue reading I Heart Noise Spring 2019 Compilation

This Machine Confuses Fascists: An ACLU Benefit Compilation

Released July 4, 2019 on Bandcamp by Prosthion Recordings, with profits donated to the ACLU. Includes my song “Unusual Capsule” (re-released on Farewell, Doomed Planet!). Review Excerpts … amazing tune as created by nobody less than the never disappointing artist Elizabeth Joan Kelly; freaking hell, she hitting brilliance again over here, with a full on … Continue reading This Machine Confuses Fascists: An ACLU Benefit Compilation

ShopLand World: Music for a Discovery Park of Miniature Supermarkets

Released July 23, 2019 on cassette and digital by Strategic Tape Reserve. Includes my song “What Penumbras.” Best Of A Closer Listen The Happiest Music of the Year Houdini Mansions Favorite 100 Albums of 2019 Tabs Out Top 200 Tapes of 2019 COUNTERZINE Shosa’s Top 40 Albums of 2019 “What Penumbras” made COUNTERZINE Top 200 … Continue reading ShopLand World: Music for a Discovery Park of Miniature Supermarkets

A Picture of Good Health

Review excerpts: “New Orleans composer Elizabeth Joan Kelly follows up her August release ‘Music For The DMV’ with another two belting tracks. ‘Cake’ is a mind-bending exploration of strings and electronica that you’d struggle to hear anywhere else, while ‘Starchild’ takes soundscaping to a new level entirely.” – On The Beat Zine “…a trio of … Continue reading A Picture of Good Health