Gazelle Twin is the invention of UK artist and producer Elizabeth Bernholz. Her latest album, UNFLESH, was released in partnership with Last Gang Records (Canada) in September 2014. The album was The Quietus' Album of the Year 2014, noted by Jon Pareles for The New York Times, and entered into various end-of-year 2014 charts including NPR's Top 10 Electronic albums 2014, Uncut's Top 75 of 2014, Wondering Sound's Top 100 and more. In April 2015 Hypercolour Records released a 12" featuring Tom Demac's dance reworkings of 'GUTS' and 'Belly of the Beast'. The UNFLESH tour ran from December 2013 - November 2015.

The debut album, The Entire City was released in July 2011 to wide critical acclaim and was Anti-Ghost Moon Ray's first full, physical release as a label. The album track Bell Tower featured in the 20th Century Fox short film Thus Spake Zarathustra directed by Ridley Scott for the Blu-Ray release of Prometheus (2012)The Entire City Remixed was released in 2012 with remixes from John Foxx and The Maths, Scanner, Maya Postepski (Austra), Alphabets Heaven and more.

In February 2013 the EP MAMMAL was released through Sugarcane Records (USA) on digital and 12" and included remixes by Clint Mansell, Kuedo, Alixander III (Azari & III) and Renaissance Man.

Metamatic Records released Exponentialism, featuring John Foxx covers of Never Let Me Go and He's a Liquid, in May 2013.

In April 2015, Universal Republic Records released a cover of Love and Mercy by Brian Wilson, recorded especially for AMC's The Walking Dead Season 5 Finale. 

Fleshed Out a remix LP from her UNFLESH was released 2016 with remixes by Carter Tutti, Dave Clarke, Perc, Blanck Mass, Don't Look, Vanishing, Lone Taxidermist, Wrangler, I Speak Machine, and Zamilska.

Gazelle Twin's latest live project, Kingdom Come (currently touring) was commissioned by Future Everything Festival 2016 and features a new performance for 2 vocalists, film and treadmills. The Vinyl Factory releases the 3-track 'METRO' EP from the show as an exclusive edition of 300, with artwork by Barnbrook.