WEGL had the absolute pleasure of conducting an on-site interview with dubstep legend, Borgore, earlier this month at the third annual Shaky Beats Music Festival held in Atlanta, Georgia. Borgore is a man of many talents, and this is evident from the minute you hear him live. Borgore bends and exceeds any fan expectations through his ability to curate multiple genres into his sets as well as through his multi-faceted discography. We had the chance to catch up with Borgore about his newest jazz release, Adventures in Time, and what he’s got planned for the rest of the year.
Shaky Beats, an EDM-centered music festival held at Central Park in Atlanta, Georgia, wrapped up its third installation on May 13. Electronic music enthusiasts from all over the country flocked to the event due to the festival’s electrifying headliners and its focus on showcasing a multitude of genres within the electronic community.
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I met with a friend over spring break, one I hadn’t seen in almost a year.
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The Lone Bellow led the audience through a range of emotions throughout the night from bluegrass stomp to somber, serious melodies that showcased the band members clustered together around one microphone eliciting complete silence from the audience in a manner I’ve never experienced before in seeing live music.
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Get to know WEGL DJ Romano Jesus as he discusses his favorite release of the year and gives tips on how to create the perfect playlist