Originally from outside Boston, Incyde first became involved in electronic music through his work as label manager of Scuba's Hotflush Recordings label in London 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 America's founding dubstep night, Dub War, where he developed a reputation for his tasteful selection and genre-bending explorations into bass music. Focusing more energy on enhancing his sets there, Incyde's original 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, followed by the four-track "Telophase" EP on Brendon Moeller's Steadfast Records in August. Later that year, his rework of "Lost Highway" by Badawi (Raz Mesinai) was featured in Scuba's DJ-Kicks compilation on !K7 Records. He now produces from the remote island of Maui, Hawaii. 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.