J. Scotty's G.'s folks scoffed at him for wanting to be a rock star, as do most correct-thinking Ameriparents. Yet he and partner Jason Blum worked day jobs in New Mexico to be able to afford a whole damn U-Haul worth of electronic equipment and form their own progressive trance duo called Deepsky. Local DJs bitched that their music-which was built around funky, frequent melody shifts-was too hard to mix. They received a modicum of success with their single, "Stargazer," and then were helped by electronica's tragic truism-if the Brits love it, Americans will follow. U.K. trance icon John Digweed included "Stargazer" on his classic mix album, Global Underground: Sydney, and all of a sudden Deepsky was cool by association. Their 2002 album for Kinetic Records, In Silico, was recorded as the title suggests-almost entirely with computer-generated instruments, without the usual keyboards and equipment and whatnot. They've done remixes for the likes of Carl Cox and Kaistar, but chances are club kids'll know 'em best because their song "Tempest" was used as the theme to MTV's electronica show, AMP. Deepsky will play a live set with Andrew Innes and Zana Mills at L5, 9 p.m. on Feb. 7. $15-$20. 619-858-2100.