Welcome Com Truise to the Ghostly family. The Cyanide Sisters EP has been remastered and includes four additional bonus tracks. The EP was originally released through AMdiscs in June 2010. Stay tuned for more details on an upcoming full-length later this year.
Sascha Dive takes a stab at the multidimensional “Little People (Black City)” with an epic 20+ minute dada house version that stretches out the original in hypnotic fashion. The single also includes a shorter dub version.
The Jambox is unlike any portable audio device we’ve seen. Compact enough to take with you to the park or the beach, yet powerful enough to fill a room with music (or gaming and music audio), and all without the hassle of cords—it connects to any Bluetooth-enabled device. Designed by Yves Behar, one of today’s foremost product designers, and produced by the makers of Jawbone, the Jambox is the perfect marriage of form and function.
Check out our product page in The Ghostly Store for the full scoop and a video demonstration.
Ghostly artists are staying busy in the new year. Matthew Dear (EU/UK dates) and School of Seven Bells (USA dates) support Interpol respectively. Mux Mool heads out on another month long US tour while Gold Panda preps for the South by Southwest Festival with a handful of European dates. All shows for Ghostly & Spectral artists can be viewed here.