Borgore & friends are taking over the Electric Factory this Saturday night when the Savage Tour makes its highly anticipated stop in Philadelphia.

Borgore & friends are taking over the Electric Factory this Saturday night when the Savage Tour makes its highly anticipated stop in Philadelphia. This marks Borgore’s return to Philly for his first time since 2015. Needless to say, bass heads are certainly excited for this one. He will be accompanied by another dubstep heavy weight, 12th Planet, as well as rising future bass star, Prince Fox.

Borgore & friends are taking over the Electric Factory this Saturday night when the Savage Tour makes its highly anticipated stop in Philadelphia.

Prince Fox is rapidly becoming a name that all electronic music fans will soon know. The DJ from New York City is quickly rising thanks to his unconventional approach. While most DJ’s are focused on wooing the crowd with their miraculous drops; Prince Fox aims to create meaningful tracks that have more substance than just “the drop”. Clearly evident in his latest hit, “Fragile“, Fox focuses on his unique abilities as a song writing and producer. Heavily influenced by the great singer/song-writer, John Mayer, Prince Fox looks to be the change in an extremely saturated genre.

12th Planet is no stranger to Philadelphia. The LA based DJ has been making his rounds in Philly for quite some time now. After headlining his own tour at District N9ne last year and playing Festival Pier for the Safe and Sound Festival back in 2015; Philly clearly loves the energy 12th Planet brings. The producer mashes up dubstep and bass music with Hip-Hop hits throughout his sets that truly make for a one-of-a-kind experience. With tons of new music just released, fans are certainly in for another remarkable performance from the dubstep legend. Relive his memorable set from EDC Las Vegas 2016 below to get a little sneak peak.

Borgore has become somewhat of a god father figure to the industry after being around for quite some time now. Since 2009, Borgore has introduced his metal influenced dubstep sound, labeled as “gorestep”. The sound had become the foundation for many other artists to begin to create new styles and sub genres off the classic dubstep roots. Borgore has continued to prove his versatility time in and out switching up his sounds to create that fresh new bass banger. Having already worked with greats like Miley Cyrus, Diplo, G-Eazy and many more, Borgore has made his mark on this industry. Philly bass heads are surely in for a treat come Saturday night. If you are still looking for tickets, head over HERE to enter for a chance to win a free pair!!

 

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