Here's a nice little article on the Dubstep crossing over to the US scene. It's been doing it course from the nearly the start, but it's great to have some recognition in a fine UK publication like the Sun. At least it wasn't on page 3. All kidding aside it really is great to see US Dubstep get a bit of write from the home of it all. I actually couldn't agree with the article more, although I wish Joe Nice would have got a name drop as one of the early US DJs pushing the sound. Can't win them all. Smog and Argon were well repped, and I have to agree that they are some the best US Dubstep labels around. Congrats to all mentioned, enjoy your holiday in the Sun.