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Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Borgore Brings that Filth to Atlanta

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I first heard a track from Israel's Borgore on some forgotten mixtape earlier this summer. The track, "Love", is deliciously, offensively NSFW, and borrows from one of heavy metal's tried and true formulas, luring the listener in with soothing melodies before attacking with an onslaught of noise like some sort of synthesized Siren. The equally dirty "Ice Cream", as well as songs like "My Favorite Tingz" and "Sunsets ft. Diplo" from the Borgore Ruined Dubstep EP , prove that while the producer can craft pretty tunes from a variety of influences, he also really enjoys ripping his work apart with brain-rattling low frequencies.

This Friday, Atlanta Dubstep bring Borgore to the King Plow Art Center, along with Atlanta's own sound innovators, Judi Chicago. Local djs Ployd & Shortstack also provide support. More info and tickets here.

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