Seet began singing in a church choir at age 4 and started piano lessons at 5. He was a church organist at 15 years old for 3 years and played viola for the Northumberland Symphony Orchestra for several years. He left to study Electrical Engineering at the University of Waterloo where he began songwriting.
Upon graduating, Seet continued writing and recording songs while still working in various aspects of technology and performing in other Toronto bands. He recorded and released Melatonin independently in 2000 and Arousal Disasters on February 14, 2003 with Aporia Records/MapleNationwide. Thanks To Science, We've Got Love was produced in 2007 but was only made available on iTunes and other digital audio formats in early 2008.
Seet was one of the founders and organizers of Toronto's annual Jeff Buckley Tribute (2000-2003), and produces, records and performs for other artists and also composes music for film and television and advertising.