Autoerotique’s wubby “Kids Don’t Care” EP gets a facelift (or bass-lift, if you will) in the form of four insane remixes. Autoerotique kicks off the package by flipping “Ratchet” on its head with a nasty trap VIP before EXSSV delivers a dubstep-influenced monster. Salt Lake City’s own Hearts provides a thumping bass-house rework while TheElement goes a similar route, closing out the package with a rhythmic low-end banger.
In this music video for his single “Ratchet” from the #NEWGOREORDER album, Borgore spoofs a galactic council of super intelligent aliens who have come to Earth to determine whether or not to exterminate the human race. As the massive mothershipcasts a shadow over the planet, the alien council analyzes video of the best and brightest humans that Earth has to offer but their advanced technology malfunctions.
Borgore certainly got ratchet on his Bor-Voyage album release party and Dim Mak was there to capture all the magic. Check out our favorite photos below and head over to Borgore’s Facebook album for the rest of the gallery.
While we all know Borgore as a provocative and controversial figure in dance music, what is less known is that Borgore‘s musical education and complex background have molded him into a multi-talented musician, producer and vocalist. Go behind the scenes at Redbull Studios in Los Angeles with Borgore, and get some insight into his development as a musician in Israel and his transition to electronic music and the global market. You might discover a side of Asaf Borgor you never knew existed.
As one of the most notorious names in bass music, BORGORE has evolved into a genre-bending producer who combines elements of main room electro house, trap and dubstep with original vocals to create his own sound for his debut studio album #NEWGOREORDER, out today on Buygore / Dim Mak. He brings a unique talent as a lyricist, musician, producer and irreverent personality.
Borgore is coming closer to the release of his debut studio album #NEWGOREORDER which drops on Buygore | Dim Mak on Tuesday, July 8th. To celebrate, here is the instrumental (extended mix) of the title track “#NEWGOREORDER” as a free download!
The artist that everyone loves to hate, the infamous Borgore, is pushing boundaries again with “Ratchet,” a call to arms for the ratchet population of the world. Definitely not for the easily offended, this excellently produced track is sure to be a festival go-to and low-life anthem this summer.
Borgore wants to know: what is ratchet? Now is your chance to show him! Borgore‘s first single “Ratchet” from his new album #NEWGOREORDER is about to be released, and we are looking for the most ratchet fan submitted videos to feature in the official music video.
GO TO:http://ratchet.newgoreorder.com to find out how you can submit your video.
The winning videos will be chosen personally by Borgore, so make ’em ratchet bae.
*You must be 18 or older to enter this contest.
Borgore “Ratchet” is out June 10 on Buygore / Dim Mak.