Elizabeth Joan Kelly is a New Orleans-based experimental electronic and classical 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. Elizabeth’s music explores the relationships between technology, industrialization, and consumerism, and their effect on society and our natural world.
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There is a certain beauty that reflects upon ages gone. There is an uncertain beauty in reflecting upon the chaos of the new. There is true beauty in accepting what we have, what we were and how we can be. It is the magick of social acknowledgment and the movement beyond the self .it is a little slice of human in a hedge fund world. Peter Heselton