John started over from scratch. After seven years touring the world as Drum n Bass maestro Infiltrata, after winning over icons such as Goldie, Photek, and DJ Craze, John Dadzie gave himself a new name, a new sound, and a new determination.
It was 2005 and the gentile beatmaker was inspired by sounds he heard spun by the likes Technical Itch, Skream and Benga. It was dubstep. And it was his calling.
Once 12th Planet is born, the story really begins. The British dubstep movement takes hold in LA thanks to 12th Planet and the events he aligns himself with; Smog, Media Contender, HARD, and his own club night Dubtroit.
Like the mythological twelfth planet (popularized by controversial author Zecharia Sitchin), our 12th Planet flies perpendicular to the system. His wicked beats are off axis. His subsonic frequencies surround you in their own orbit. America's first king of dubstep is ready for impact.
12th planet comes from the Summerian / Akkadian archeologist and Semite linguist Zacharia Sitchin. He was the first person to decode Mesopotamian hieroglyphics. This includes Babylon, Akkad, Sumeria, and Assyria. Anyone who knows history can tell you that the first "civilization" in the world was the ancient Mesopotamians. The term 12th planet refers to a planet that orbits our solar system on a bi-eliptical orbit, and comes around once every 4500 years. A very long time ago according to sitchin. The 12th planet "Nibiru" crashed into Marduk and created earth