Listen: ‘Trudge’ by Seep Away, remixed by Cyanotic

Posted: 11 February 2016 in Recommended Streams and Videos
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York/Manchester-based noise-punk band SEEP AWAY have unleashed a remix of their debut single, ‘Trudge’ by US industrial heavyweights Cyanotic as a free download, one day after the track was debuted on Regan! Cyanotic mastermind Sean Payne had this to say about working on the track: "It’s like grimey UK hardcore on top of digital bangery: angry robot style!"

The collaboration came about following initial interest from SEEP AWAY drummer, Dom Smith: "I’m a massive fan of industrial and alt-electronic music, and the rest of the band are all about finding new ways to develop the sound, so Cyanotic was a natural choice – Sean’s work, and his label Glitch Mode’s output has always been awesome. I’m really proud of this."

Cyanotic’s previous remix and production credits include: Front Line Assembly, Chemlab and 16volt. For more information on the band, visit: https://www.facebook.com/Cyanotic

SEEP AWAY have announced a small number of shows recently with more to be announced, check them out below. The band will also be recording a new single, and EP for release later in the year:

February 24 – Fulford Arms, York (w/ One Way Street)

April 15 – Fulford Arms, York (w/ InTechnicolour)

May 20 – Star And Garter, Manchester (w/ Deified)

The new single can be found streamed and downloaded for free here (and don’t ask what’s going on with the page formatting, it’s all gone screwy. We’re working on it.)

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