The Bloody Beetroots + Jet (2). My Name Is Thunder (Electronic Version). 2. –The Bloody Beetroots. Featuring – Maskarade (2). 3. The Bloody Beetroots. Featuring – Mr. Talkbox (2). 14. The Day Of The Locust. 15. 16.
The Bloody Beetroots is an Italian electronic dance music group established in late 2006 by Simone Cogo, known professionally as Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo. The name the Bloody Beetroots is both used as a pseudonym for the solo projects of Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo (production, guitar, keyboards, DJ), as well as his formation with ex-member Tommy Tea (2007–2012) & various musicians on rotation. When performing as a group, they are also referred to as The Bloody Beetroots LIVE
The Bloody Beetroots have announced their third studio album, The Great Electronic Swindle. The project encompasses 17 tracks and involves a multitude of features. This is the first time I have used so many vocalists and lyrics in The Bloody Beetroots' music," says Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo of The Bloody Beetroots. I chose the greatest vocalists I knew that could help tell the story of about four years of life. He says the album's title is a tribute to the Sex Pistols and The Great Rock and Roll Swindle, a 1980 film directed by Julian Temple
Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo has returned via The Bloody Beetroots and he's here to challenge EDM as we know it on 'The Great Electronic Swindle. Almost immediately after he unleashed The Bloody Beetroots in late 2006, Rifo’s vision was amplified. Inspired by a lifelong love of comics and punk rock, the visceral kick of the Beetroots’ sonic outpouring has been featured prominently in pop culture. Indeed, clubs, theaters, and festivals around the world have willingly laid host to The Bloody Beetroots’ incendiary live show.
The man behind the mask, Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo, orchestrated a triumphant return with an album full of dance-floor decimating beats and immaculate guitar work that even your classic rock-obsessed uncle can get down to. Jane's Addiction frontman Perry Farell alongside Crywolf, Greta Svabo Bach, Letlive's Jason Aalon Butler, and more have assembled to help Sir Bob make this album one of his best to date . Listen to The Great Electronic Swindle in its entirety below! Tags. terms: The Bloody Beetroots.
Today marks the release of The Bloody Beetroots third album, The Great Electronic Swindle. I’ve had this album since July, and truthfully it has been one of the greatest secrets I’ve ever had to keep in my time as a music journalist. Through each and every re-listen, this album has consistently blown me away with its inventive blend of rock and electronic elements. Such a feat, for me, hasn’t been accomplished since Pendulum’s In Silico or last year’s Warrior Sound by The Qemists. A large part of the album’s charm is its flow. Bright, opulent melodies followed by brash, rugged guitar riffs somehow creates a very unique and altogether bloody universe in which Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo resides. And speaking of Invisible with Greta Svabo Bech, that is probably one of the most beautiful, goosebump-inducing electronic songs I have heard in bass music in a long, long time. I get chills every time.
The Bloody Beetroots is the creation of Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo. Inspired by his lifelong love of punk rock and comic books, Rifo unleashed The Bloody Beetroots in late 2006 and has since crafted an intense sound that mixes his classical training, his punk rock obsession and his passion for electronic music into an edgy rock-meets-dance hybrid sound. Rifo’s third full-length album, ‘The Great Electronic Swindle’ (2017), continued the electronic-rock narrative via collaborations with Perry Farrell, JET, Gallows, Deap Vally and more. In 2019, The Bloody Beetroots will release the ‘Heavy’ EP, which sees Rifo revisiting his classic electro style and features collaborations with Ephwurd and Dr. Fresch, in addition to three new solo originals. In 2019, The Bloody Beetroots is confirmed to perform at leading international festivals like Mind Festival, Up and Down Festival, World DJ Festival and many others.
The Bloody Beetroots’ Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo Talks Punk Rock Roots, Incepting Dance Kids, and His ‘Heavy’ EP. Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo, founder and lifeblood of The Bloody Beetroots, has always been ahead of his time. Wildchild with Ephwurd has been added to on this site What a great way to kick off this weekend!! Listen here . this site.
Anders Fridén, Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo. Evan Blair, Eric Nally, Alex Nauth, Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo. Evan Blair, Justin Phillips, Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo. 10. The Great Run. Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo, Greta Svabo-Bech.