Mostly of the American manufacturers fluent in drum’n’bass through the early ’90s, Jamie Myerson explored the greater melodic (if not muzaky) aspect of jungle and trance, in group with fellow new-age breakbeat manufacturers want Adam F. and E-Z Rollers aswell as straightahead dream-house vendors Sash! and Robert Mls. Myerson documented for 4 Hero’s Reinforced Information from 1993 to 1995 before putting your signature on with an American, Josh Wink’s Ovum Recordings, to get a Columbia-distributed major-label agreement. Developing up in southern NJ, Myerson paid attention to substitute rock and performed drums in a number of rings, but also developed his budding bedroom studio room with synthesizer equipment. During 1991, he started tuning directly into a local university radio station to listen to the new noises of breakbeat and techno from Britain, mainly early hardcore brands like Moving Darkness and Reinforced. Still only a teen, he began creating tracks for the reason that mildew. When he found that Dego — co-owner of Reinforced and an associate from the seminal drum’n’bass group 4 Hero — is at nearby Philadelphia within a DJ tour, Myerson travelled to the function and handed him a demonstration tape. Dego prompted him to keep documenting and, in 1994, released his initial single “END UP” (as JLM Productions) for the Reinforced EP Enforcers, Vols. 6 & 7 in 1994. At that time, Myerson was the just American producer documenting for a firmly jungle label in Britain. Myerson created three extra singles for Reinforced (and one for Belgium’s Crammed Discs) before launching his first local one on Sm:)e Recordings in 1996. Immediately after, he agreed upon to Josh Wink’s Ovum Recordings, distributed through Columbia. Myerson’s debut record, The Listen Task, premiered in Apr 1998. His sophomore work Sky Town: Lift Me Up was released two years afterwards.