From Toulouse where her jazz musician father was pianist-arranger for Claude Nougaro, she learned music at the Conservatory of Perpignan and in Toulouse in Musicology Jazz at the University of Mirail as well as a music school for film scoring.
DeLaurentis’ music is nurtured by Ryuichi Sakamoto’s and Jóhann Jóhannsson's film scores, Brian Eno’s synths, as well as Max Richter's work.
A self-taught producer, she discovered the world of computer music at the age of 24, influenced by Laurie Anderson, one of the first woman who pioneered electronic music and of her main reference, she started producing and mixing music on her own.
Resulting in an electronica pop cinematic style, DeLaurentis’ songs are a mixture of organic sounds, sound design and electronic textures, informed by her more traditional musical background. Most of the time, her songs start out as piano and vocal based compositions, which are then built up like a screenplay, with introduction, exposition, developments, climax, and ending.