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Com Truise is the stage name of American electronic and synth-wave musician Seth Haley based in Princeton, New Jersey, U.S.
Born in upstate New York, U.S. Seth Haley but now based out of Princeton, New Jersey, U.S. the musician bought himself a pair or turntables in 2000, which began his musical experimentation. Haley began with spinning drum and bass, then decided to move on to something more melodic, and after discovering Boards of Canada was inspired to creative something downtempo.
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After settling with the name Com Truise, after a number of other monikers, the musician released his debut EP “Cyanide Sisters” in 2010. The release was issued through the blog and digital distributer AM DISCS and exposed his signature 80’s sound, laden with synths, heavy bass and funk grooves, what Haley has described as synth-wave slow-motion funk. After signing with Ghostly International, the label rereleased “Cyanide Sisters” in 2011 and subsequently released the three track “Fairlight” in anticipation of his full length debut.
On top of releasing his own material Haley continues to issue a handful of remixes including Neon Indian’s “Sleep Paralysist”, Daft Punk’s “Encom Part 2”, Twin Shadow’s “Castles in the Snow”, and a remix of Kings of Leon’s “The End”.
Ghostly International released Haley’s full-length debut “Galactic Melt” in June 2011 and its follow-up “In Decay” in July 2012. “In Decay” was a download-only compilation album of previously unreleased material, followed a month later by his track “Chemical Legs” which he contributed Adult Swim Singles Program. In February 2014 Haley released the EP “Wave 1” which continued the same 80’s music production as his previous releases, grounded in sci-fi sounds and slow-building analogue textures.