since i have been on the internet, i have been listening to emma essex's work. over her 15+ year career, she has created a little over 300 releases and 60 aliases. i have listened to a very hearty chunk of it, and here is where i'll talk about them. my goal is to have listened to everything she has ever publically released within the next few years, and write pages about all of the releases of note. all the releases are in chronological order, and the pages will have information about the release, its relation to her other works, a download/buy link, and my own personal thoughts about it. please do check out some of her stuff if you get the chance. thank you for reading <3