Boregore – Decisions EP [album review]
You can buy ‘Decisions’ from Beatport!
‘Decisions’ is a melodic banger that hits hard and will have you smiling all at the same time. This is easily his most technical work to date. Included in this EP are two versions done by Borgore himself and two remixes that both feature a unique take on the title track.
Decisions (original mix)
The prodcution on this track is phenomenal. Borgore has really stepped up his game in terms of sound design, his bass has his classic feel to it but now it’s more melodic. The melody is fun and his vocals aren’t a distraction.
Borgore raises the age old question; Do bitches love cake? Fluctuating between grimy bass and melodic chords, while the drums lead the way. This is easily his most accessible track yet and a great dubstep tune to carry through the summer.
Decisions (Cedric Gervais Remix)
You probably know Cedric from his recent hit ‘Molly’. If you enjoyed that track then this remix should be love at first listen. A similar synth used for ‘Molly’ is used here and it sounds great. Cedric does a good job of creating an Electro House tune out of the foundation laid by Borgore.
Decisions (Dead Audio Remix)
If fast relentless bass and screeching synths is your style, then this remix will tickle your fancy. Dead Audio turns ‘Decisions’ into a glitched out Drum n Bass tune. Easily my personal favorite remix out of the two, this song will have you moving around from start to finish. He adds a real drum break down into the track that adds tension before the drop. It sounded out of place at first but after a few listens it grew on me. Thats what I have to say about the whole remix, give it a few listens and you will quickly grow to love it.
Decisions (Dub mix)
Borgore keeps intact the original melody and turns the intensity up to eleven. Changing the drum lay out and putting some effects on the vocals, it certainly does the original justice. There isn’t much more to say, its a great VIP to ‘Decisions’.
Borgore is back and this time hes more refined. This is the track I’ve been waiting for from him, and he delivers a melodic banger that will be played for the rest of the year. This is a great package for any fan of his, two versions done by himself and two awesome remixes that each offer an interesting perspective on the original.