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Getter, AFK b2b Svdden Death
Sat, February 10, 2018
Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pm (event ends at 12:30 am)The Bomb Factory
$35.00 - $55.00
This event is 16 and over
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Borgore’s enthusiastic disruption of current electronic music is backed up by sterling musical credentials, proving the old saying that you have to know the rules before you can break them. Formally trained in jazz at Tel Aviv’s Thelma Yellin music academy – Israel’s answerto Juilliard – he was a saxophone prodigy and composed for big band ensembles. The depthof Borgore’s musical knowledge is reflected in his varied influences, which range from Bachand John Coltrane to Aphex Twin and Ella Fitzgerald.
Borgore’s introduction to the bass-driven dubstep genre came one night in a Tel Aviv indie club where the DJ was spinning what Borgore refers to as “all the Croydon guys” – Skream,Benga, Mala, Coki, etc. Borgore describes that night as life-changing; “I loved drum andbass, trance, and hip hop …for me, dubstep brought all of that together.” Borgore immediately beganmaking his own tracks, which he uploaded to the internet accompanied by simple videos. His early work went “all viral” as he consistently gained bigger play counts
than any of his more established contemporaries.
#NEWGOREORDER marks Borgore’s debut, full studio album, and acts as a call to arms for a fully turnt up new era. To set the album’s tone, Borgore enlisted the incomparable MalcomMcDowell to voice the #NEWGOREORDER manifesto on the LP’s opening track. Fuzzyboots, political corruption, fake producers, the never-ending search for knowledge along withthe lack of cell phone service at festivals are all touched upon in this manifesto, a halfway tongue-in-cheek declaration of what Borgore envisions as “a better place…” “Fame” takes listeners deep into the depths of the Hollywood party scene, with Borgore spitting about both his participation in and disgust with the vapid landscape surrounding him.
Things take a more uplifting turn on “Last Year,” (one of the LP’s strongest cuts) as Borgore voices a positively triumphant vocal aimed against all would-be haters, set over an undeniably huge bass production. A move to the main room is made with “Hate,” a song engineered to both run festival stages and spark controversy with its vocal that transitions
from sugary sweet to hate-infested. One of the LP’s biggest surprises comes in the form of “Body and Soul,” where Borgore enlists the female vocals of his sister Yael for a jazzy
rendition of the Frank Sinatra classic, which then breaks down into a bass-heavy monster of a track. Finally, “Syrup,” (which up until this point fans have referred to as “Thirsty” after hearing it at shows) showcases Borgore at his most filthy. The production sets a new bar for EDM inspired Trap, and the female vocal refrains only add to the utter nastiness of this song. Pure sonic innovation by a lyrically unapologetic Borgore.
Videos have remained a key part of Borgore’s presence: the video for “Decisions” (a track which appears on the new album) features a turn from vocalist Miley Cyrus and a whole lot of cake, while “Unicorn Zombie Apocalypse” stars Shannon Doherty of Playboy and 90210 fame. His work with such names is a marker that Borgore long ago transitioned from internet upstart to full-blown star.
As with all other aspects of his life, Borgore’s live show defies everything predictable. As a mainstage festival headliner, his unparalleled musicality (using 4 linked CDJs), combined
with outrageous visuals, lead vocals, and wild on-stage antics to create the perfect live music experience. “I want to bring a live band culture to electronic music” he says of the live
With the release of his new album #NEWGOREORDER, Borgore continues his unique journey.
While once known as a one of the most talented figures in dubstep, Borgore has evolved into a genre-bending composer who combines elements of main room electro house, trap and
dubstep with original vocals to create a signature sound. His popularity is not beholden to any individual style, genre, or current music fad; rather to his unique talent as a lyricist, musician, producer and provocateur. By constantly challenging his fans and the musical status-quo, Borgore continues down his path towards the #NEWGOREORDER.
Fast forward to 2013, Getter had become known for ignoring trends and cutting his own path with ripping, guttural synths and a sprinkling of melody. Now, as we have entered 2017, no genre, nor social platform, is safe from Getter’s touch. As he grows as an artist – his musical repertoire has evolved from aggressive baselines, to blends of hi-hats and kicks sailing buoyantly over waves of reverb and bass, to mesmerizing hip-hop beats as seen on Pouya’s, Dumbfoundead, and $UICIDEBOY$ most recent albums.
With a headlining North American tour under his belt, constantly releasing music, embarking on a European tour, the launch & success of this clothing line Trippy Burger, appearances on NBC’s famed Last Call with Carson Daly, and the birth of “Suh Dude”, Getter has become a household name and the future is looking brighter than ever.
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