There are few albums that could open up with a manifesto that cover topics such as political corruption, fake producers, and the line of all lines “a world as perfect as Kate Upton’s breasts.” But one of electronic music’s most polarizing artists, Borgore, wouldn’t be caught dead putting anything else out. The well known Hollywood partier previewed his brand new album #NEWGOREORDER on Dim Mak Records last night in New York City at Pacha Nightclub, and took some time to talk about his upcoming tour and appearances.
on June 2, 2014
#WIREDFEST2014 came and went with a bang from the moment it started. With a sold-out crowd of over 8000 people, the entire event was electric. As Philly.com said:
On a totally made-over Festival Pier (see below) Wired Fest gave the sellout audience light-boxes and pop/house/heavy sounds. It was sensory overload – and a big hit, judging from the pleased faces and sand-dancing efforts. Harris, a star in the electro-dance firmament since 2000, didn’t break big until 2012′s platinum-plus 18 Months. Most of his set was from that album: It was a beat-banging mix of pings and boings between pop smashes like “Sweet Nothing” and “I Need Your Love.”
Check out some of the pictures below, and make sure to follow @DjBonics for all of his concert updates (Check back soon for Summer Jam pictures!)
on May 29, 2014
Tomorrow, Philly is going to be invaded by thousands of people clamoring to go to the sold out #WIREDFEST2014 show at Festival Pier in Philadelphia, PA. Iggy Azalea, Calvin Harris, Dj Vice, Diplo, G-Eazy and more will be performing, and it’s all hosted by the lovely Rita Ora!
Afterwards, you can catch Bonics opening up for Victor Niglio (As heard at major music festivals and clubs across the country)! Radio Buster will be joining the party, and doors open up IMMEDIATELY after Wired Fest ends! Come party tomorrow night!