FAULTLINE NORTH

BOZEMAN – On Oct. 1, Bozeman’s Faultline North presents an electronic music extravaganza called The Buygore Show, featuring dubstep impresario Borgore, as well as Styles & Complete, and Bad Royale.

The Israeli-born master of musical mayhem, Borgore has been ravaging electronic culture one bass-heavy, booty-shaking bonanza at a time. His long list of accomplishments include heading up his own successful label, Buygore Records.

Borgore’s also headlined sold-out shows at iconic events such as Tomorrowland, Made In America, Ultra and EDC Las Vegas; has a weekly, internationally syndicated SiriusXM radio series, “The Borgore Show”; and had a number of collaborations with the likes of Miley Cyrus, Waka Flocka Flame and Diplo.

A 27-year-old classically trained producer, songwriter, and DJ, Borgore’s sonic evolution has been as enticing as his surreal multi-sensory show productions. As a fearless boundary buster, Borgore has deconstructed the stereotype of a typical musician by blending bass, trance, hip-hop and dubstep influences with his compositional education from Tel Aviv’s world-renowned Thelma Yellin music academy. Borgore’s initial standout releases like 2009’s “Ice Cream Mixtape” and 2010’s “Borgore Ruined Dubstep, Pt. 1 & Pt. 2,” made him an early frontrunner in the dubstep scene.

Gaining traction and an ever-growing fan base, music’s biggest names have commissioned his talents. Borgore’s standout remixes include Britney Spears’ “Womanizer,” Passion Pit’s “Sleepyhead,” and M.I.A.’s “Illygirl,” among others. After seven years of artistic audacity captivating fans and industry peers alike, it was time for the release of his debut album “#NEWGOREORDER” in 2014.

The “collection of menacing tracks,” according to EDM website Dancing Astronaut, and rave reviews from other critics, solidified Borgore as a force to be reckoned with in electronic culture. Using his fame, the artist has tackled his duty as a celebrity by affecting positive change in the community that has supported him. His philanthropic efforts with electronic music lifestyle brand Electric Family have helped raise awareness among youth in the EDM scene for breast cancer charity Keep a Breast Foundation.

From death metal and dubstep to hip-hop, fans can rest assured that Borgore’s production efforts will continue to lead the charge with the same high-energy charisma that resonates with his following.

Doors open for the 9 p.m. show at 8 p.m., and tickets can be purchased in advance at faultlinenorth.com or at the door located on Gallatin Park Drive in Bozeman.