you posted "He is no dubstep trendy-come-lately. Rather, he boasts roots in the earlier genre form that produced dubstep: drum 'n' bass. While d'n'b fizzled out and everyone moved on to cornier music, though, Somejerk kept mining the low end and biding his time." Dubstep did not come from Drum 'n' Bass! you are making your self's look bad. :(
Best New Electronica Artist - 2010
Thank you for the recognition, it means a lot to me and was very unexpected. I work hard to push the music I love so to be recognized in such a way is awesome. There have been a handful of us that have genuinely built things up and you guys are awesome and know who you are. Dubstep and bass music have come a long way in South Florida and without the original crew none of this would be happening.
I would like to say that I don't consider myself to be a "new" artist but I am not sure how you really gauge that. Regardless, I would like to thank everyone that has supported me and shows interest in what I do. I pride myself in playing a diverse selection of music and I am happy, above all, that this is recognized here.
With that said, catch me at these events:
6.17 - Get Low 1 Year Anniversary with Datsik, Juan Basshead, Ashworth and myself, at Vagabond, Miami. 6.19 - Culture 15 Year Anniversary with N-Type and a ton of others at Revolution, Ft Lauderdale.6.25 at Friction Fridays (dubstep and glitch!!)6.27 - FaltyDL at Down, which is at Bar, Downtown Miami.
July and August have some dates open so if you're interested in having me out, holler.
Thank you, John 'somejerk' GregoryDigital Felon / PatternAwareness / MiamiDubstep.com