That’s funny, just the other day I was wondering where the hell Borgore has been. In 2014 he stood among the most controversial names in EDM for his fast-and-loose lifestyle and boisterous brand of bass music, but 2015 has seen scarce releases from the Israeli DJ/producer.
So, I defintely rejoiced upon discovering that his new collaboration with Half Emoty is a trends-be-damned piece of skull rattling dubstep that would have climbed the charts a few years ago (yeah yeah, now that dubstep isn’t cool anymore I’ve started to kinda’ like it again, so sue me). A pitch-shifted vocal rolls out the red carpet for a delightfully dissonant barrage of bass wobbles, complimented by Miami-based emcee Pouya’s aggressive verses on the topline.
It’s alright for some things to stay exactly the way they are, and one of those things is Borgore. When, for instance, Zeds Dead started to ditch dubstep for electro house it made for a disappointing creative tangent compared to their earlier material, so it’s refreshing to see someone as brazen as Borgore challenge the status quo simply because he knows where his strengths lie.
If you don’t listen to Borgore and Half Empty’s “Goddess” featuring Pouya with a decent set of subwoofers, you’re cheating yourself out of a real treat – so find a legitimate sound system on which to blast this track and tell us what you think in the comments section below.