Borgore

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Borgore
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Background information
Born (1987-10-20) October 20, 1987 (age 29)
Origin Tel Aviv, Israel
Genres
Occupation(s) Producer, DJ
Instruments Turntables, vocals, drums, piano
Years active 2009–present
Labels Buygore, Dim Mak Records, Spinnin' Records, Sumerian Records, Armada Music
Associated acts G-Eazy, Miley Cyrus, Diplo,[1] Tomba, Shabira, Dev, Carnage, Adi Ulmansky, Cedric Gervais, Lorena B, Waka Flocka Flame, Getter, Shaygray
Website Borgore

Asaf Borger (Hebrew: אסף בורגר‎‎; born October 20, 1987), known professionally as Borgore, is an Israeli dubstep producer and DJ. He is the founder of the label Buygore Records.

Biography[edit]

Asaf Borger was born and raised in Tel Aviv, Israel.[2] He is the founder of Buygore Records[3] and former drummer of Israeli deathcore band Shabira. He is also part of the dubstep duo Alphamale Primates, which consists of him and Tomba.[4] Self-described as "Gorestep", his music incorporates triplet drum patterns with heavy metal influences.[3] Some songs have been compared to horror movies, farm animals, and sex.[5] He has released tracks under Dim Mak Records, Spinnin' Records, Sumerian Records, Shift Recordings and also his own label Buygore. In 2012 he released the single "Decisions", with back-up vocals provided by Miley Cyrus.[6]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Extended plays[edit]

  • Gorestep: Vol. 1 (2009; Shift Recordings)
  • Borgore Ruined Dubstep, Pt. 1 (2010; Buygore)
  • Borgore Ruined Dubstep, Pt. 2 (2010; Buygore)
  • Delicious EP (June 6, 2011; Buygore)
  • Flex EP (March 5, 2012; Buygore)
  • Decisions EP (June 18, 2012; Buygore)
  • Turn Up EP (October 8, 2012; Buygore)
  • Legend EP (June 7, 2013; Buygore)
  • Wild Out EP (November 12, 2013; Dim Mak Records)
  • Wild Out Remixes (January 28, 2014; Dim Mak Records)
  • The Buygore Album (January 13, 2015; Buygore)
  • Keep It Sexy EP (October 4, 2015; Buygore)

Singles[edit]

  • "Birthday and The Black November / Ambient Dub Shit" (2010; Audio Freaks)
  • "Ice Cream "12" (2010; Trillbass Records)
  • "Incredible" (w/ Carnage) (February 4, 2013; Spinnin' Records)
  • "Deception" (w/ Cedric Gervais) (March 18, 2013; Spinnin' Records)
  • "Macarena" (w/ Kennedy Jones) (April 2013; Buygore)
  • "That Lean" (ft. Carnage & Dev) (May 1, 2013; Buygore)
  • "Wayak" (w/ Dudu Tassa) (November 12, 2013; Dim Mak Records)
  • "Wild Out" (ft. Waka Flocka Flame & Paige) (October 15, 2013; Dim Mak Records)
  • "Unicorn Zombie Apocalypse" (w/ Sikdope) (April 14, 2014; Spinnin' Records)
  • "Ratchet" (May 27, 2014; Dim Mak Records)
  • "School Daze" (w/ Addison) (May 11, 2015; Armada Music)
  • "Forbes" (ft. G-Eazy) (September 4, 2015; Buygore)
  • "Blast Ya" (Feat. Barrington Levy) (April 1, 2016; Buygore)
  • "100s"(June 10, 2016; Buygore)
  • "Daddy"(September 15, 2016; Buygore)
  • "Best" (November 4, 2016; Buygore/Armada Music)
  • "Magic Trick" (ft. Juicy J) (December 9, 2016; Buygore)
  • "Harder" (February 17, 2017; Buygore)
  • "Big Bad" (March 3, 2017; Buygore)
  • "Help" (April 20, 2017; Buygore)

Mixtapes[edit]

  • Ice Cream Mixtape (2009; Self-Released)
  • Gorestep's Most Hated (2009; Self-Released)
  • The Filthiest Hits...So Far (2011; Sumerian)
  • Borgore's Misadventures in Dubstep (March 7, 2012; Buygore)

Remixes[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hill, Benjamin (5 November 2010). "Borgore: The Interview! (Part 2)". MTV UK. MTV Networks. Retrieved 31 May 2011. 
  2. ^ "Stirring controversy: Israeli Dubstep producer Borgore". Retrieved 1 July 2016. 
  3. ^ a b Hill, Benjamin (25 October 2010). "Borgore: The Interview! (Part 1)". MTV UK. MTV Networks. Retrieved 31 May 2011. 
  4. ^ "Borgore". last.fm. Retrieved 1 July 2016. 
  5. ^ Zemler, Emily (10 March 2010). "Borgore Interview: SXSW 2010". Spinner. AOL. Archived from the original on September 18, 2012. Retrieved 31 May 2011. 
  6. ^ "Borgore and Miley Cyrus Start Cake Fight in 'Decisions' – Premiere". Rolling Stone. 1 November 2012. Retrieved 1 November 2012. 

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