This is Essie’s music collection on Bandcamp.


  1. Chicago, Illinois
  2. Electronic
  1. collection 58
  2. wishlist 27
  3. followers 2
  4. following 42
  1. tainted tea (t)
    Mr Magoo's Suicide Note (MINT CONDITION) - $4.50 Mr Magoo's Suicide Note (MINT CONDITION) - $4.50
    D O N T S T O P B E L I E V I N G
  2. TURF
    by The Fabulous Downey Brothers
    This album picks up where new wave left off.
  3. Rhythm and Xen
    by Sevish
    Guano Sequence Guano Sequence
    Beep Boop

  4. Short Pockets Sucks
    by Country Death
  5. Cease & Desist
    by Blarf
    Hella Rhymes Hella Rhymes
    This entire album (more of an EP, really) is just one massive shitposty middle finger to copyright laws.
  6. The Elephant's Garden Original Soundtrack
    by RED.M
  7. Eric Andre & The First Seed : BLARF
    by Eric Andre & The First Seed
  8. SONGS
    by Toyer
  9. The Eyelid Recording
    by Locust Toybox
    I Have No Head I Have No Head
    This album is essentially Stringland with influences of ragtime and jazz,. and it is a surreal delight
  10. World Pieces Vol. 2
    by Brian Ellis
    This album makes me feel like I'm living in either post-apocalyptic New York or modern day california
  11. Enchanted Instrumentals and Whispers
    by Windows96
  12. Hawaii: Part II
    by ミラクルミュージカル
  13. SB-06
    by Unknown Mortal Orchestra
  14. Out of Space
    by DVDAi
  15. hand wash life
    by FrasierTSSE
  16. Interface OST Vol. I
  17. Plastic Anniversary
    by Matmos
    Silicone Gel Implant Silicone Gel Implant
    This is honestly one of the best albums of 2019. experimental, but accessable at the same time, and a fantastic vinyl pressing too.
  18. Neutral Paradise
    by Brendan Byrnes
  19. Banana Man (Demo)
    by Tally Hall
  20. Minecraft - Volume Beta
    by C418
  21. Ployizon
    by Pilotredsky
  22. spare me my life
    appears in 1 other collection
  23. Harmony Hacker
    by Sevish
  24. The Pop Tart Album
    by Bad Cafe
    Weird Encounter (includes Introspective Bongo Break) Weird Encounter (includes Introspective Bongo Break)
    once when i was little i was diagnosed with menangitis. i was hospitalized for about 3 weeks, all the while i had an incredible pain in my spinal cord. my mom would visit once a day and buy me a pop tart. it was a little thing, but it was something to look forward to during this time. i remember when i got home i developed a sort of addiction to pop tarts, and it triggered a lifelong struggle with obesity. this album made me remember all this that was repressed. ok
  25. Clear Tamei
    by Iglooghost
  26. Zaki
    by zaki
  27. Days of the Week
    by Bad Cafe
    it good hoho
  28. Excursions
    by C418
  29. Podulair
    by Pilotredsky
  30. neighbourhood watched
    feel like a piece of shit (pipe bomb direct) feel like a piece of shit (pipe bomb direct)
    Great for listening to while stuck in a McDonald's drive-thru.
  31. Sluggish Morss - Extended Soundtrack
    by Jack King-Spooner
    Slow Kindred Slow Kindred
    This soundtrack is one of the coziest soundtracks that I have listened to in a long time. It signifies the obsolete technology of the future, covered in dust, being un-used for decades, while being centuries ahead of what we currently offer. I love it so much.
  32. It's Your Job
    by The Fabulous Downey Brothers
    Nice goofy song.

    While definitely not perfect, this song is very worthwhile simply for the novelty of it.
  33. Finite Form
    by Jack Stauber
    Runaway Runaway
    while there are some production issues, this is by far one of Jack Stauber's best albums.
  34. Black Cake
  35. Dispersion
  36. Brian
    by Brian
  37. Aluco
    by Jam2go
  38. thanks (bandcamp test song)
    by pilotredsun
  39. scotty
    by pilotredsun
  40. chypher mods / crusty
    by pilotredsun
  41. HiLo
    by Jack Stauber
    Databend Databend
    This is a beautifully crafted album that takes the best of Pop Food and Finite Form, combines them, and then plays around with what has been created. There is no song I can really say that I disliked, on this track (although Dead Weight didn't quite have the same experimental edge that the other songs had) and that is truly the testament of a good album.

    Databend is God-Tier
  42. Royal Noises from Dead Kingdoms: The Music of Double King
    by Felix Colgrave
  43. ~ • •
    by The Fabulous Downey Brothers
    Popcorn Brain Popcorn Brain
    This is a great album. very experimental, But all the songs are very listenable and approachable.
  44. Pop Food
    by Jack Stauber
    Buttercup Buttercup
    Damn good album. It has that experimental twang that all the New-wave songs have, with a bit of a contemporary twist. Damn good album indeed.
  45. Inkbrush (bonus track)
    by Locust Toybox