Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Com Truise: Cyanide Sisters

Another man discovered because of the great Neon Indian. The first time I came upon Com Truise (Tom Cruise much?) came when he released two remixes of Sleep Paralysist, entitled "Sleep Paralysist (Com Truise 'Disorder' Remix) " and "Sleep Paralysist (Com Truise 'Eyelid' Remix) ," respectively. I quickly came upon his site: I found out about his EP and some compilations of various songs mended together into one. This man is pure gold. He's a treat to listen to from start to finish. Bringing people to a time of nostalgia is this man's goal, and he does a hella good job of showing that. The track most standing out for me on the EP was "Slow Peels." The sound of hiss in the beginning, which he later tells about what it is, truly brings back those old-school days of analogue TVs and the such. "Sundriped" does a good job of reaching a climactic role in the EP with its slow progression to a clash of sounds everywhere.  If you're not convinced yet of the epicness of this, get it here: free of charge. C'mon, what would you do for nothing?

So, I now bring the rating. Com Truise's Cyanide Sisters EP gets a 9.1 out of 10. The new synth pop man is upon us! AND, check out his site at: There's loads of amazing singles there that won't disappoint.

Vinyls are the shiz.
Oh, and listen to his "Castles in the Snow" remix. I'd say it's better than the original.


  1. You're definitely right about nostalgia! If they ever reboot Miami Vice again, this guy should score it.

  2. Nice tunes! Must check more of it!

  3. Sounds good, I'll check this guys out sometime.

  4. Great tunes, wow! I'll go to his website and see if I can buy it.