I got asked a bunch of interesting questions for an east-european music magazine online. You can read the interview here.
Also, they wrote a nice little paragraph I like:
What I find most impressive about Esem’s music is its formidable intricacy and sophistication of detail, conveyed in a very subtle, non-intrusive manner, and with a peculiar sense of soothing melancholy. It takes you on a fragment of a journey, focusing on the stretching, potentially infinite moment of transition, rather than the starting point or destination.
I live in London, and work in the field of audio post-production but also create and release electronic music (listed in Music) and sometimes - field recordings.