JULY 2002 Thank you to everyone who made it to our gig in Club Mono on Friday 28th June. It was a fantastic show, with powerful sound and lighting and it was great to see so many new faces.
July is set to be another big month for ESH, with the release of our new EP 'Music For Humans' on 23rd July. The EP is being released by Pur Zynth Label, so be sure to hit their website www.purzynth.com and check out the new ESH interview by hitting the 'ARCHIVO' section. In addition, there is another live gig on the cards, when ESH appear, along with the UK band Seven Words, at Synthetic Vision's Fifth Anniversary gig at the ISAAC BUTT, Store Street, Dublin, on Monday 29th July. There will also be an exclusive performance of a new track at the gig.
A version of Kraftwerk's The Hall of Mirrors will appear on the new ESH album, Alpha & Omega, being released by Ninthwave Records. A lot more upbeat than the Kraftwerk original (check it out on their ground-breaking 1977 album, Trans-Europe Express) the ESH version draws on musical elements reminiscent of Adamski & Jean Michel Jarre, delivering a futuristic/electro style mix. A 'Radio Edit' will appear on the Alpha & Omega album.
Digital City (Empire's Radio Edit) will feature on the highly successful A Reflexion Of Synthpop Series CD. Released by Maschinenwelt Records, ESH have mixed this version exclusively for the collection. More details as soon as we get them.
Finally, we've had nearly 9000 visitors to our site this year, and we want to say a big thank you to you all! We also have to thank Eric Dumas (Solid Space) who created the site for us. We love to hear from you - and if you have any ideas/suggestions for the site, be sure to let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Until next month - and don't forget the gig on July 29th -