Techno Legend Releases Major Double Album


Many of the world’s greatest house and techno labels have found inspiration from Boris. His new album Believe In Me will push the genre to a new level.

The 2x album consists of (1) original productions and remixes and (2) a DJ mix of all of Boris’ favorite tracks right now. It showcases the NY super resident’s many talents as a producer, remixer and DJ. Believe In Me comes out May 6 on Nervous Records.


The utter brilliance of Boris’ new tracks is evident in their pending single releases on labels like Great Stuff (Sander K), Sci+Tec (Dubfire), Toolroom (Mark Knight) and more. It’s dark and brooding to say the least. Following a brief intro, Didier Largemain “Pumoing Beats (Boris Edit)” starts things off with thumping beats and heavy drones. Then Sydney Charles “Bid Badda Boom (Boris Edit) comes in with a tribal vibe as his “Funky Bells” fades into the mix bringing some real heat. Boris & Chus feat. Roland Clark “Sould Of A DJ” has a little more funk right before Boris goes into the distorted vocals in his hit “Out The Door” followed by his dark sci+tec favorite “Foul Beats.”

Moving to a slower pace and unique effects, “2 Me” is more than just a beat it demands multiple senses and it is just the right segue into the chaos that begins in the huge Octopus Records release, “Control.” Then its time to take a breather with Boris and Oscar L’s “Begin” and a funky side of techno with the track suitably named, “Funky Beat.” Boris then winds down the first disc with two versions of his track, “For You.” Saab compliments Boris’s original with a smooth shot of throbbing techno house that offers a perfect comedown from the madness.


Disc Two captures the essence of Boris’ treasured “Believe” events.

A short intro of “Foul Beats” sets the mood for the sound scape techno that is Gaga’s “Musk” moving into the choppy beats in Richie Santana’s “If You Came To.” Tony Dee “The Queen” comes out guns hot and right into the groovy Peter Bailey “Jungle Kisses” and the thundering “Baloo” by Redhead. Techno don Marco Bailey takes the next one to a more upbeat level with “Horny Tiger” then Mr.Bizz dives into the deep end on “Flash.”

Tomy DeClerque’s clangy “Room Full of Tools” bangs right through to Scottish legends Slam and Gary Becks’s remix of their pulsing “Harlem” leading intoCatz & Dogz mix some Detroit sound into Handycraft’s “Le Bal Masque.” The set calms down with the sounds of tech house from Chus & Nuno Clam feat. Velvet Voice “Between Us (Hollen Remix),” Mr.Bizz “Dancin’ In The Streets” and Sinisa Tamamovic “Tips and Tricks.”


Boris has been one of New York City and Miami’s most beloved DJ/ producers for well over a decade.

His “Believe” parties at Pacha New York and Space in Miami are two of the most popular events in dance music and he is constantly packing clubs in cities all over the US. His legendary “Get Wet” pool parties in Miami for WMC are usually running until the next day. Just as any great DJ has, Boris has had to adapt to the changes in music and has found his niche in techno. Boris has recently released tracks on some of the world’s finest techno labels and the genre’s other DJs have taken note of it.

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