E.M.M.A. aka Emma Davies is a London-based electronic artist and composer for visual arts.
Her debut album Blue Gardens was released in 2013 (Pastel Prism).
2017 saw two records released on Los Angeles based Astral Plane Recordings - Glacé and LA Mermaid (5 track EP), as seen in Pitchfork.
Mindmaze (Coyote Records) was named 5th best track of the year in Fact Magazine (2017).
Her work includes the audio visual project "Light Years", created by an all women crew directed and produced by her sister Sophie Davies. Watch the short film on Dazed and Confused.
In 2016 E.M.M.A. founded passion project Producergirls - the first free-to-attend UK-based beginners' electronic music production workshops for women with Ikonika, P Jam, Dexplicit and Nightwave.
She has hosted a number of workshops to date, including at Tate Modern and other events in Manchester, Glasgow, Bristol and Brighton.
The collective launched a Kickstarter to help take the project to more places around the UK. in September 2016 and raised close to £3000.
In 2018, after a collaboration with Gucci for Tippi Hedren's Timepieces jewelry campaign, she officially launched Pastel Prism's record label with the digital soundtrack to a short film by Sophie Davies. Watch here. Out September 28, 2018, with playlist support from BBC 6 Music, Yung Turks, Pitchfork and more.
The label followed up with former producergirls student Teplice, debuting her first EP on Pastel Prism in October 2019.
E.M.M.A. soundtracked the short film 'That Girl Peugeot' (2020). Directed by Rebecca Coley.
E.M.M.A. released her second album, seven years after her debut LP, on Local Action Records, 29th July 2020. Indigo Dream comprises of nine inter-connected tracks, which play out like an imagined film score inspired by emotion in nature.
In 2021 E.M.M.A. released Magic Hour on Deutsche Grammophon. The single featured on the 12" Project XII compilation showcasing emerging composer talent.
In 2022 E.M.M.A. soundtracked Intrance, a short film by Diana Olifirova for LUMIX, a music collaboration with violinist Eugene Feygelson and Karel van Bellingen.