C. Truise + J. Jazzist + J. Maus + M. Vareid

Posted by Jakub

If you’re a Com Truise fan or a lover of synth music on vinyl then you’ll be happy to hear Seth Haley has 3 releases coming to vinyl this summer, his debut EP Cyanide Sisters, Galactic Melt Redux and a collection of B Sides called In Decay.

Under artists it says “Mungolian Jetset presents Jaga Jazzist vs. Knights Of Jumungus” i’ve only heard of Jaga Jazzist and that being said this is probably my favorite Jaga Jazzist song i’ve ever heard especially at 1:50 and on. So now i’m guessing its time to start digging up more about these other 2 groups for more loveliness.

Every John Maus song that leaks will be posted on this blog, its my goal, here’s a new one from 2007 on the upcoming B side release. If you get a chance order the limited run of pink vinyl and support this man genius.

Waiting for this new Marius Våreid track to drop, its a must own for what I love to hear on a dancefloor, that perfect marriage or drive and build at a pace that makes me just smirk with happiness.

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Greg says:

June 26, 2012 at 4:53 pm

is Com Truise “in decay” being released on vinyl too???!! I just says digital on ghostly website. Should would be rad if it was. Plus that album art is amazing.


Owen says:

June 26, 2012 at 8:47 pm

That new Com Truise track is pure bliss…. the last minute is stunningly beautiful. Reminds a lot of some of his Sarin Sunday work, though I suppose that’s unsurprising if it’s an older, unreleased B side.


Tarjei says:

June 27, 2012 at 1:49 am

If you haven’t heard the Mungolian Jetset remix of “Melankoli” by Lulu Rouge, now is the time :) (“Melankoli EP” released on Music For Dreams)


Andrew F. Morrison says:

June 27, 2012 at 8:13 am

I’m very excited to see 84′ Dreamin’ on this release; its overpowering anagalactic vibe makes it my favorite track by Com Truise.

He’s playing a DJ set in Brooklyn at the end of next month, which should also be phenomenal.


Ryan says:

June 27, 2012 at 8:14 am

Really enjoying digging through the John Maus catalog for the first time. Great stuff. I had never heard of him before.


Jakub says:

June 27, 2012 at 11:41 am

@CORY i think it was on XLR8R

@RYAN Glad you’re into it, some people back off but watch an interview of his on youtube and listen again and you’ll appreciate the approach of his even more

@ANDREW F. MORRISON I wish I was in BK to catch that, he’s in SF next month, hoping to catch it


Rico says:

June 28, 2012 at 6:29 am

This Mungalian Jetset track is dope. It’s massively inspired by Steve Reich – music for eighteen musician (1976)