2017-03-17T14:56:41-04:00 2017-03-17T14:56:41-04:00

Bare Noize bulldoze genre boundaries with "Wait No More" [Premiere]

For some, pushing the envelope may seem like a vast undertaking. For Buygore, however, it has become customary. In his latest larger-than-life release, label head Borgore taps London bass duo Bare Noize for "Wait No More," a spellbinding production that fluidly combines numerous genres while defying them altogether.

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With its brilliant blend of hypnotic vocals and crisp breakbeat patterns, the sultry "Wait No More" is a microcosm of Buygore's ongoing effort to eschew its typical dubstep sound and expand its sonic horizons. Made up of Daniel Brown and Oliver Pile, Bare Noize have been making waves in the electronic scene since 2011, when they were featured on Skrillex's track "Scatta" from his iconic EP Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites. They also emerged as coveted remixers, as they were commissioned for official reworks of Lady Gaga's "Edge of Glory" and Tinie Tempah and Ellie Goulding's "Wonderman," among others.

While they have made a name for themselves with their frenetic dubstep sound, Bare Noize looks to reinvent themselves with the feathery "Wait No More." Hopefully this is a sign of things to come from the powerhouse production pair.

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