Blevin Blectum (born Bevin Kelley) is an electronic musician and multimedia composer.Blectum studied the violin during her youth. At Oberlin College she began making electronic music at the WOBC-FM studios. At Mills College, she partnered with Kevin Blechdom to form Blectum from Blechdom, a performance art / vocals, laptops and samplers / electronica duo. In 2001, Blectum from Blechdom won an Award of Distinction for digital music at the Prix Ars Electronica.Blectum has released many solo albums, and released a CD/DVD Unseen Forces on Matmos's Vague Terrain label as part of Sagan with ex-husband J Lesser, video prouducer Ryan Junell, and Wobbly. In 1998 she worked at Orban testing radio processing units, in 1999 worked at Thomas Dolby's Headspace and Beatnik Inc. as a beta-tester, and in 2000 to 2004 worked as a sound designer at LeapFrog Enterprises and several smaller sound design companies in the San Francisco bay area. An avid bird enthusiast, Blectum quit music for several years and worked as a registered veterinary technician (veterinary nurse) in Northern California before moving to Providence, RI in 2007.Her brother is Kelley Polar of Environ Records, and her cousin is Gavin Russom of DFA Records.She began work on a PhD in Computer Music and Multimedia in Brown University's Electronic Music and Multimedia Experiments (MEME) department in the Fall of 2009. She created sound and music for several of playwright Theo Goodell's works while at Brown. In 2011 she was artist-in-residence at WORM, a Rotterdam based institute for avant garde music and art. Her next full length, Emblem Album, is set to be released on Aagoo records in December 2013.