Ever wake up cotton-mouthed, feverish and naked wrapped in a shower curtain as you lay in the fetal position inside of a bathtub knowing you probably did some morally questionable things while simultaneously wondering where the hell your girlfriend is at? She probably went home with Borgore after the club last night. Epitomizing the hashtag #NoFucksGiven, the Israeli-born master of musical mayhem, government name Asaf Borger, has been ravaging electronic culture one bass-heavy, booty-clapping bonanza at a time.
His decade-long scroll of accomplishments include heading up his own successful label, Buygore Records, headlining sold out shows to record-breaking crowds at iconic events such as Tomorrowland, Made In America, Ultra and EDC Las Vegas, a weekly internationally syndicated SiriusXM radio series 'The Borgore Show', and a milieu of collaborative bangers alongside fellow ratchet cohorts like Miley Cyrus, Waka Flocka Flame and Diplo. Hailed as one of the most mind-melting dubstep artists of his generation, the 27-year-old classically trained producer, song writer, and DJ's sonic evolution has been as enticing as his surreal multi-sensory show productions. As a fearless boundary buster, Borgore has deconstructed the stereotype of what a musician should be by blending his bass, trance, hip hop and dubstep influences with his compositional education from Tel Aviv's world renowned Thelma Yellin music academy. Unlike most electronic acts whose stagnant big room sounds barely make it past the press release abyss, Asaf's initial standout releases like 2009's Ice Cream Mixtape and 2010'sBorgore Ruined Dubstep, Pt. 1 & Pt. 2, made him an early frontrunner in the dubstep scene.
Before he made "bitches love cake", Borgore's head banging bass inspiration happened one night in his hometown at an indie nightclub after seeing hardstyle acts Skream, Benga, Mala and Coki perform, encouraging Asaf to make his own divergent sound he could then push online and departing from