This E.P. has been mixed by Victor Van Vugt (PJ Harvey, Nick Cave) and mastered by Kramer (Monotonix, Palace Brothers):
Here's some press about the band:
"Golestaneh treats the vocals with equal parts Jim Morrison, Patti Smith and Corin Tucker. Those pipes are among the most appealing, sensual and haunting to appear on the scene in some years...it's nothing short of revelatory" -- justpressplay.net
"this release is just wonderful." -- Redefine Magazine
"Downright impressive...what great music is made of. I vote for "XX"
as single of the year..." -- Deaf Sparrow
"This is not just a promising/ interesting/ whatever record - it's a
record to have" -- The Deli Magazine
"When I first saw psychedelic punk-rock band Seasick play at Sin-é, I
was hypnotized. It was such an explosive and intense experience that
the few times I managed to break the spell, I noticed everyone else in
the audience...was equally haunted." -- The Village Voice
This quote from Organ Magazine Online gives a good description of the music:
"This is good, darkly psychedelic and slightly sinister in an alternative Season Of The Witch kind of way. Seasick are from Brooklyn New York and they’ve got this edgy alternative hypnotic thing going down, a warm witchy brooding hand-pointed sound, another side of life. A brooding dark quietly menacing acid-rock thing – this is very good indeed. Sea Sick cast alternative musical spells, fronted by the Nico-like Persian/Latvian voice of Jasmine Golestaneh, these seven tracks are really worthy of your investigation. Black cats and dark fires, radiant heat and hypnotic velvet undergrounds, divine dreams and moody twists. An alluring New York intensity, a Sonic Youth gone all broken spells and turning skies upside-down."