Composer Keith Kenniff started playing drums, guitar and bass at an early age. His musical path eventually led him to the prestigious Berklee College of Music, where he graduated with honors in 2006 with a B.A. in percussion. In 2001 Keith began writing ambient electronic music under the moniker Helios. The first Helios record, "Unomia", was released in 2004 on the influential underground IDM label Merck Records. His follow-up album, "Eingya", released in 2006 quickly became an underground ambient/electronic staple and made its way onto many critic's top 10 lists. The third Helios full length , "Caesura", was released in 2008, followed quickly by "Unleft" in 2009.
Keith also records and performs music for solo piano under the name Goldmund for which he has four releases on Type Records and Western Vinyl, including the most recent album ‘Famous Places", released in 2010. His music as Goldmund, and under his own name has been featured in many films, such as "Mister Lonely" by acclaimed indie filmmaker Harmony Korine and can be heard regularly on programs produced by NPR, and the BBC. Keith has also written music for commercial clients such as Honda, MTV, Canon, T-Mobile, Christie's, Coca-Cola, American Express, Ubuntu, and Paramount Pictures on the film trailer for "Revolutionary Road" in 2009.
In 2008 Keith started the project Mint Julep with his wife, Hollie and will release their new album "Save Your Season" in 2011. Keith has toured and performed extensively throughout the US, Europe Japan and Canada.
Visit Keith's Vimeo Channel to watch video demo reels of his work.