Bad boy of bass coming to Penticton

The proclaimed "bad boy of bass," Borgore has launched his North American tour and is coming to the Mule Nightclub.

The proclaimed “bad boy of bass,” Borgore has launched his North American tour and is coming to the Mule Nightclub.

The Israeli beatmaker will be on the turntables on Oct. 23 in Penticton as part of the Borgore’s Bakery Tour. In conjunction with the tour, the DJ is making new songs available.

“I’m releasing an EP more for my close circle, my hardcore fans, which will be super dubstep-ish, full on,” said Borgore to Rolling Stone.

Borgore’s latest releases include the Decisions EP with the title track accompanied by remixes from French house producer Cedric Gervais, Dead Audio and Borgore’s own dub mix reworking.  Featured on the unmistakable wobble bass track Decisions is Miley Cyrus with Borgore’s own dubstep-influenced rapping.

Borgore, whose sound hints of , is one of the most colourful characters in electronic dance music today. He is famous for his propulsive, interactive live shows which has turned him into one of electronic music’s most popular, controversial figures.

Tickets to the show at The Mule Nightclub are $20.