Supercycle's first album Pedal Faster caught the attention of the gaming circuit which led to scoring original music and remixing for games (“Facebreaker K.O. Party”, “Fifa Street 3”, "Need for Speed Shift 2" and “Need for Speed – The Run”). Their second album “Moustache Rides” featured the track “Rock Rock” that Los Angeles based DJ Reid Speed used on a DJ mix released on Moist Music. Reid Speed loved them so much that she released their track The Dead Walk to launch her Los Angeles based label Play Me Records. The Moustache Rides album caught the attention of music supervisors licensing tracks to indie cult films such as "Amazon Falls", "Rain Down" and “Random Acts of Romance”. And in 2010, they released their first DJ mix as Supercycle titled Desequence on Sweden’s leading club music label Clubstream and remixed a track by “This Morning Call” titled Tides for the same label.Prior to Supercycle, they each had successful careers in the bass music scene. Jen/Queensyze as an electro/drum and breaks producer (once labeled as Canada’s leading female electronic music producer and listed as #92 on the shejay top 100 DJ’s in the world). As Queensyze, she has also scored for film, remixed for video games and plays the theremin. Andy/Code Blue is a drum and bass producer and has been released on Position Chrome, Black Hoe Alimony, Tune Inc. Recordings and been played by Aphex Twin, T he Panacea and Limewax. And as Queensyze, Jen toured as a DJ and released tracks on Phonomental Records, In Da Jungle Recordings, Tune Inc. Recordings and has been played by Reid Speed, Mark Instinct, John B etc. Together as Supercycle their older creations sound like indie disco mixed with spacerock and their newer material is more grounded in their roots, described as acid house meets drums and bass that people have dubbed as Acid Krunk.