Originally from outside Boston, Incyde first became involved in electronic music through his work at Hotflush Recordings while living in London on a university work program in 2007, where he began playing at clubs and radio shows around the city’s thriving dubstep scene. In 2008 he moved to New York City and became a resident deejay of the nation’s founding dubstep event, Dub War, where he developed a reputation for his tasteful selection and genre-bending explorations into bass music. Progressively focusing more energy on enhancing his sets, his productions were first met with support by Mary Anne Hobbs of BBC Radio 1 and Scuba in 2010. His debut “Axis” was released on Hotflush’s Back and 4th compilation in April 2011. As a producer this is only the beginning of Incyde’s path, as he melts and reshapes broken beats and bass into his own signature concoctions. If otherworldly futuristic beat & bass explorations are what you’re after, look no further.
Vinyl: 1st August 2011
digital: 1st August 2011
Early DJ support from Appleblim, Scuba, Dave Q, Oli Warwick (iDJ) and Brendon Moeller.