Seed Mix 1 is on the a-side and its quite a dark and chugging production. The drums take center stage, with the deep chunky baselines giving the track a real low end sound throughout. The vocal lines deeper in are quite unique, as well as the minimal guitar riffs, but the track is quite nice in all, especially deep into the production.
Ben Camp really adds a unique element to the release with his remix on the b-side. The beats are nicely paced and break throughout, and the guitar like melodic riffs are very nicely arranged all throughout the track. It’s a very clever and unique remix, and one that scores quite well with me, really adding a nice touch to the release.
The Chris Fortier Mix that follows is not as impressive as Fortier’s recent mixes such as his one on Screen Recordings. Quite minimal for the first half, the track flows along with out doing too much, until it hits the breakdown midway that sees the guitar riff meet the vocal, with subdues beats creaking in the background. Some smooth atmospheric elements make their way into the track from here on helping the mix along nicely.
Another nice release from Fade with out amazing results, but the Ben Camp remix in particular deserves some credit for adding a nice unique touch to the release.