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Guppi shows off unique style with debut EP on Cyclops Recordings

Label proves why its army-like following is pioneering a new sound of dubstep

Adam Tyazine, AKA Guppi, is the newest fish in the bass music sea as his debut EP Ocean Floor was just released on the man Subtronics' label, Cyclops Recordings. This release further aligns the label with a unique subset of bass music that has been carved deeper by innovative producers like Guppi, who present an unfiltered take on what we currently know as "riddim."

With releases like Want It Remix, Boy and Real Life, Guppi has made a big splash over the past six months, and we predict he will continue to garner support from some of the biggest names in dubstep as the year plays out. This release breaks him into the scene in a huge way with an unfamiliar production style and abstract tone.

Cyclops Recordings emerged in December 2020 out of a cryptic e-mail campaign that was well teased out on Twitter. The label came out swinging by dropping a set of three forward-thinking compilations: High Knees Headquarters, Psychedelic Division and Heavy Artillery featuring names like