“Imagine Bjork with tinges of Billie Holliday and a soupŤon of Teutonic chanteuse Nico.“
-WashingtonPost

“elodieO’s cinematic live sound is a equal mix of electronic and live elements. It is organic and very contemporary, groovy and evocative…you could not not listen - or be unmoved.”
- Boston Globe

PRI The World's Marco Werman chose elodieO as his "Global Hit" interview in November 2008, which aired on over 200 PRI/NPR stations.
- NPR, BBC

“elodieO gave her music a sultry, sexy twist with her breathy singing and energetic body movements at Nublu recently. Her music, a mixture of ’60s electronic pop, dance and even some reggae elements, made people dance on the spot with its eccentricity and funky beats.”
- CMJ

“As hard as it may be, try to imagine a contemporary electronic French artist who rather than using pulsing and grinding synths, utilizes ambient techniques as the soundscapes for her delicate vocals. How many vocalists can also truthfully claim to compose the music which they also croon over? elodieO provides the instrumentation, playing the cello, harp, guitars as well as organ for her chilled out tunes.“
- URB Magazine

“A singer whose breathy, visceral voice is matched only by the 21st-century downtempo electro-pop that backs her up.“ ... “as beautiful a debut as one might hope for.“
-XLR8R

“Rich in textures as well as influences, her music relies on layers of heavy bass, arpeggios of blips and beeps, surging synth chords, and flourishes of cello, chimes, and guitar, as well as her unusual vocal stylings.“
- Amplifier Magazine.

“She smoothly tosses off chic electro-lounge pop that organically flits from one muse to another in an exhilarating fashion.“-
- FFWD Weekly

“Stubborn, her first full-length album, puts her breathy vocals and chilled-out arrangements of strings and programmed beats to the fore.“ “Judging by a music video and concert review, Elodio Ozanne's dance and theatre training have served her well.“
-Vancouve Courrier

“A unique sound !...“
-Sound Factory

“elodieO is a pop gem with a soft French accent that sings over cello, harp, guitars and organ, elevating it from your usual live show.“
- NY Press

“Refined music critics from any corner of the world love to use French words like 'chanteuse' in their reviews to describe charming lady singers …with melancholy, elegant pensiveness, balanced reaction to feelings, and a sophisticated, intelligent beauty. In the case of elodieO, even the roughest music critic would use it. Elodie's music is a refined combination of sparse, carefully chosen electronic sounds and - naturally - a beautiful whispery voice with a charming French accent."
- Deli Magazine

“elodieO's translucent franco-electro antipop captures the way Alphabet City felt in the early eighties: Simultaneously Avant-Garde and RomanticÉthe perfect chill soundtrack to everything.“-
-Online Music Phenoms

“It may be too easy to describe elodieO as a chanteuse — her breathy voice, singing alternately in French and delicately accented English, possesses all the qualities of a cabaret singer — but this chanteuse salutes the tradition of French pop by adding an electronic twist.”
– Venus Zine

“One of the most intriguing debut albums of the year is courtesy of Parisian born elodieO …Giving what could have been an overtly electronic album a nice acoustic and organic feel, Stubborn is quite a striking work… marking elodieO as one of the more striking experimental French artists on the scene.”
– Moon In The Gutter Blog

“Stubborn is the work of a natural musician - beautifully composed, pleasingly layered, and elegantly executed - a triumph for an artist who composes and arranges her own material…The effortless beauty of each song and its composition mark this album out as a fantastic debut.”
- Wear the Trousers

“elodieO, all the way from France, is adorable...her voice of course has the ethereal, lilting French quality we love, but with all of the Instrumentation and the programming Involved, well, it’s almost enough to melt us completely. See her now before she gets really big!”
- Radio Mike