In circles that pay attention to the evolution of the new electronic eighties retro scene, it was no secret that Ghostly was after Seth Haley, alias Com Truise. Now the signing is official, and the union of the two parties is about to materialise with the reissue of “Cyanide Sisters”. The EP, Com Truise’s first, was released early last summer on AMdisc, and has since then been available as a download via the artist’s web page (and it still is, here). The Ghostly reissue includes the seven cuts of the original EP, polished and remastered for the occasion, plus four previously unreleased tracks by this weaver of poppy electronica dedicated to recovering remnants of nostalgic IDM, electro-funk grooves, Italo disco, eighties synth-pop and new romantic from the clouds of memory. This rejuvenated, extended version of “Cyanide Sisters” will be in digital stores on 25th January.