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Trailer for upcoming ESTRADASPHERE DVD posted online


Estradasphere Santa Cruz's unclassifiable and eclectic act ESTRADASPHERE have posted a 3-minute trailer for the upcoming live DVD 'Palace of Mirrors Live,' out October 2nd, 2007 on THE END RECORDS
To watch the trailer, click here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iqZ4mHQQO4U

You can also pre-order the DVD from THE END RECORDS' mailorder site, THE OMEGA, here:
http://www.theomegaorder.com/s.nl/it.A/id.17220/.f?sc=2&category=38

About the live DVD and future of the band, bassist Tim Smolens and filmmaker Chip Yamada comment, "Making the Palace DVD has been Estradasphere's most fulfilling artistic collaboration thus far. We all felt collectively energized to challenge peoples definition of "band," live show, album, and movie. In our view these are all unnecessary distinctions. Our response has been to constantly push for higher standards in musicianship, production, and storytelling.

"The DVD is finally coming out October 2nd and we just moved to Seattle to start a new multi-media recording studio/performance space. We're looking forward to meeting lots of classical, jazz, and folk musicians for use in future large ensemble recordings from Estradasphere and side projects. We are sitting on a lot of great recordings for future release and are planning a new show and hitting the road later this year opening for Amanda Palmer from the Dresden Dolls."

The band - who released their debut titled Palace of Mirrors for THE END RECORDS in September 2006 - have toured North America many times over the last year, most recently as direct support slot for SECRET CHIEFS 3.



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    September 19, 2007

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