See U At Sea doesn't sound like a typical modern techno release. For starters, it forgoes furrowed -brow seriousness in favour of a looser, more freeform rhythm. It also boasts a disco filter that gets more intense as the track progresses and which sounds positively chirpy when placed beside the majority of contemporary club tracks. Label boss Paul Mac is in charge of the remix and he lends it a semblance of moodiness. Replacing the disco riff with eerie chords immediately alters the mood, and, combined with rolling drums, pushes it into a tougher, more upfront terrain than its creator had envisaged for it.