BORGOREis gearing up for BORGORE’S BAKERY TOUR, a North American fall trek launching September 21 in Aspen, CO.  Pre-sale tickets will be made available this Wednesday, August 29 via http://borgore.wantickets.com/.  Check out the tour trailer here: http://youtu.be/XcjPx7apg7o.

The 25-date tour will bring the “bad boy of bass” and his oven fresh tunes to nightclubs and major music festivals throughout the U.S. and Canada including stops at Pacha in NYC, Lizard Lounge in Dallas, Revolution in Fort Lauderdale and the Freaknight Festival in Seattle, rounding out at the Voodoo Music + Art Experience festival in New Orleans Halloween weekend.  Says Borgore about the tour, “…because bitches love cake.”

In conjunction with BORGORE’S BAKERY TOUR,theIsraeli beatmaker will make new songs available.  “I’m releasing an EP more for my close circle, my hardcore fans, which will be super dubstep-ish, full on,” BORGORE recently told Steve Baltin of RollingStone.com (8/23/12).   The tracks featured include “Smell Your Dick,” “Turn Up” and “Why Does It Feel?”

BORGORE’s latest releases include the DECISIONS EP which features the title track accompanied by remixes from French house producer Cedric Gervais, Dead Audio and BORGORE’s own Dub Mix reworking. BORGORE takes over the bass music throne with “Decisions,” which features his unmistakable wobble bass, a perky female vocal courtesy of Miley Cyrus and his own dubstep-influenced rapping. There’s also FLEX, the 4-song EP that represents the latest salvo in the 24-year-old producer/songwriter/DJ’s rapid ascent, with “Kiss My Lips”—a monstrous collaboration with Dev, the dance-music siren—and three versions of the title track: a pounding dubstep version; a hip-hop flavored take influenced by the “trap music” of Waka Flocka Flame and Lex Luger which prove BORGORE’s hardest, raunchiest beats yet; and a version remixed by Document One

Hailing from Israel via London, dubstep badass BORGORE—the man who claims he “ruined dubstep” and bass culture’s enfant terrible—is one of the most colorful characters in electronic dance music (EDM) today. He is infamous for his propulsive, interactive live shows, which have turned him into one of electronic music’s most popular, controversial figures. Expect nothing less than bass-in-your-face frenzy.

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AuthorJordan Mohler