TRZTN is a NYC based underground musician and artist. He founded the sonic mayhem band Flux Information Sciences (released on Michael Gira's Young God Records) and then SERVICES (A Touch of Class records) with their proto electro-rock sample-driven math-machine music. He has collaborated with Karen O for Spike Jonze's "Where The Wild Things Are" soundtrack, and Karl Lagerfeld on his "New Mix" re-branding campaign. He re-mixed industrial pioneer Foetus, re-imagined David Bowie's "Life on Mars" as part of a world-travelling art installation, produced noise-wizards The Melted Men, and produced countless other idiosyncratic projects calling forth challenging high-concept music. Along his personal musical output he is the go-to musician and producer for forward-thinking directors and art and fashion brands in NYC. The Seed spawned from a recording session in a secret studio (Ski-Hut) from the depths of Amsterdam. A pop disco song in the classic sense, The Seed alludes to existential anxiety and desire. Musicians include Chris Pravdica on bass (SWANS, SERVICES) and Hervé Bouétard on drums (BERTRAND BURGALAT, ALPHA BLONDY). Engineered by P-Air. Zero Cash (Kitsuné / No Brainer / Flexidisco) produced the track, additional synths and delivered a squeezy remix. ALIEN ALIEN (Roccodisco / Slowmotion) added some Voodoo-esque flavor to their rework. Rodion & Hugo Sanchez also just remixed Ajello with great results and are also responsible for the still-doing-the-job 'Sambaca' - pure class. The original track is accompanied by a new video, directed by TRZTN that will also debut in March.