Sweet rollerblading jesus its a new Bloody Beetroots single!
Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo returns this summer with a pumping new track suitably titled “Rocksteady”. This rocklectro grinder is the smash follow-up to his massive club record “Church Of Noise” which featured Sweden’s master of punk rock and The (International) Noise Conspiracy’s Dennis Lyxzén.
‘Rocksteady’ embraces the garage-punk sound that the Bloody Beetroots Projects is so famously known for – rock infused exploding beats and vigorously energetic electro house. Keeping in theme, the suitably rock ‘n’ roll video, directed by Wyatt Neumann, makes its debut June 28, just two days after the single is released. Sir Bob talks about his experience on set “You know what, my brain does not collect recent data but last week I was in Death Valley and it was mad fun! Girls, Shotguns, 70’s muscle cars, Dust…Nice!”
If you want to hear the single live, DJ/Producer Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo has teamed up with his Italian partner in crime, Tommy Tea from the FXs, for another Bloody Beetroots DJ Set tour this summer. Don’t expect the same old show though, the masks are different, the sounds are changing and they have brand new hi-octane club banger ready to annihilate the dance floor.
I’m gonna catch my favorite masked Italians at Center of Gravity in Kelowna this august long weekend. I fully expect them to steal the show. Kelowna doesn’t know what its in for!