If the raw, distorted sounds and sub-bass frequencies of Flux Pavilion and other grimy UK dubbers are just your thing, listen up. Borgore–the Israeli originator of the so-called “gorestep” subgenre–is out with a new EP. We introduced him briefly back in March, but I think it’s time for a real showcase. Inside the Delicious EP are three delectable tracks, ready to simply redefine your standards of what dubstep should be.
Each of the three originals come with both an instrumental and vocal version, letting the listener decide if they want the British rap or not. Personally, I think it works for the title track Delicious, a drumstep jam about getting back at those haters with fame and success. However, Gloryhole is an exceptionally smooth fusion of glitch hop and dubstep that does just great without vocal support. Finally, the Document One remix of Someone Else’s brings Adi Ulmansky’s sweet voice to the forefront of the track while adding some big-room flair. With this kind of polish and an in-your-face sound, there’s no doubt that Borgore’s headed to the top, no matter what the haters might say.