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Borgore Announces 2016 Australian / NZ Tour

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The worlds most famous Israeli-born DJ and producer is one of the finest purveyors of filth in the past five years, and his Buygore label has kept that vision alive and well.

With an impressive of chart toppers and even a full length LP, Borgore will be hitting Australia this March for a string of headline club shows.

Borgore will be hitting cities across the country and prepare for some serious bass as the producer has recently teamed up with well known names including Jauz, Selena Gomez, Getter, Cedric Gervais, Ookay and more.

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