Borgore – 2014 Concert Schedule
Dubstep musician Borgore has created a new type of music known as "gorestep,"
which combines dubstep, bumping bass lines, synths, and metal influences. There is an abundance of dubstep artists on the
scene, but you've never heard anything like the tunes from Borgore. His incredibly unique tracks have been featured at the
hottest nightclubs around, and he continues to sell out shows nearly everywhere he plays. Dubstep's most controversial performers
is now embarking on another tour, and you don't want to miss his concert. Borgore is known for his outrageous shows, complete
with pole dancers and plenty of other crazy stage antics. There's a reason his shows almost always sell out, and now you can
get in on all of the fun. For your tickets to see the "gorestep" sensation live in concert, be sure to visit StubHub today.
Musician Asaf Borger, otherwise known by his stage name "Borgore," is an Israeli DJ and producer.
Borgore is also a member of the dubstep group Alphamale Primates, with Tomba. Borgore has released songs under various labels,
including Spinnin' Records, Sumerian Records, and his own label, Buygore Records, which has housed artists from the likes
of Document One, Rusko, Dead Audio, Ookay, Kennedy Jones, and many more exciting new acts. Borgore has helped change the genre
of dubstep as we know it, adding new influences to the popular style of music. He has been playing to sold out venues, including
the notable L.A.'s Music Box Theater. Over a thousand tickets were sold out for the event in just over an hour, and it's readily
apparent why this musician has become such a huge star.
With his infectious energy and upbeat stage presence, Borgore
knows exactly how to get the crowd moving and keep them coming back for more, which is exactly what fans of dubstep and house
music want. His concerts are essentially huge party experiences for fans, with out-of-this-world effects and some of the best
music on the scene. His live shows usually feature pole dancers, crowd surfing, mosh pits, and many other crazy antics that
fans have come to expect from his raucous shows. Before becoming dubstep's favorite new party animal, Borgore was formally
trained at the prestigious Thelma Yellin music academy in Tel Aviv. At the academy, Borgore studied jazz, where he immersed
himself in the art of writing big-band music. Soon he was a saxophone virtuoso, with influences from Ella Fitzgerald and Louie
Armstrong. However, after hearing dubstep tracks from the likes of Skream, Benga, Mala, and Coki in a Tel Aviv night club,
Borgore was hooked. He immediately started making dubstep tracks and the rest is history.
Although Borgore is a classically trained jazz musician, he fell in love with the sounds of dubstep after hearing
tracks playing in a club one night. Shortly after, Borgore began creating his own dubstep songs, approaching them in a unique
way that was different from other artists at the time. He began releasing the songs via various social media platforms like
MySpace, Facebook, and YouTube, and the tracks quickly went viral. After obtaining a strong online presence, Borgore was able
to take the dubstep world by storm, and is now playing sold out shows at venues all over. He has now played on tours with
Skrillex, Rusko, and Calvin Harris. His debut EP "Gorestep Vol 1" was a sensation, as were his hits like "Ice Cream" and "Love."
Before becoming a dubstep artist, in which genre of music did Borgore play?
Before he was
a breakout star on the dubstep scene, Borgore was actually a drummer in an Israeli death core band called Shabira. From classic
jazz to death core, and now to dubstep, Borgore has shown that he is a formidable talent in nearly any genre he gets his hands
on. It's clear that Borgore is a force to be reckoned with in the world of house music and dubstep, and fans all over the
world will now get to experience his hits live in person during his 2014 concert tour.
never seen a performance like the ones thrown by Borgore, and this concert season, you get to partake in all of the action.
With many hits already circulating in the hottest nightclubs across the nation, Borgore has essentially transformed the sound
of dubstep to include genre-bending influences. His live shows are infamously out of control, and you can bet that everyone
will be talking about this year's concerts for quite some time. If you've never been to a dubstep show, there's no better
way to start than with a trip to see Borgore perform live in concert. To get your tickets to see Borgore's show this year,
be sure to visit StubHub today before they're all sold out!