Saturday, June 19, 2010

Com Truise - Cyanide Sisters EP

New Jersey's Com Truise has generated a lot of blog buzz lately, and I'm eagerly joining the bandwagon. You see, the awesome folks at AMDISCS just released Com Truise's EP - Cyanide Sisters - as a free download on their site; consequently, Truise has already left an indelible impression on the blogosphere.

In short, the EP is immediately impressive. Though relatively new to the industry, Com Truise offers a collection of electronic music that is comparable to some of the genre's heaviest hitters (i.e., Kavinsky, Tobacco, or Crystal Castles, for example). The EP remains grounded and is perhaps more engaging, though, with its nod to indie music's recent attraction to retro-soaked electropop, in the same vein as Neon Indian or Toro Y Moi.

With such a promising start, it should be interesting to see what's next for Com Truise. In the meantime, I encourage you to download the EP and "feel the sunshine of 1985 now."


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