WTF did we just listen to?
The Bloody Beetroots
New York City’s Governors Ball has just dropped its lineup announcement for the 2014 instalment of the festival and it’s a corker – apart from the previously announced Outkast, this year’s festivities will be graced by Jack White, The Strokes, Vampire Weekend, Phoenix and TV on the Radio. Wowzers. If that wasn’t enough for you,
The Bloody Beetroots, the brainchild of Italian electro house DJ Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo, have dropped the video for Spank, the follow-up to singles Chronicles Of A Fallen Love, Church Of Noise and Rocksteady, all from the upcoming second album from the French dance punk outfit. The Vincent Tsang directed video stars Kenny Wormald, who
I am still coming down from Big Day Out (if you haven’t heard already, it was one million degrees Celsius). When I was there, I only just caught the beginning of the Bloody Beetroots’ set (I was seriously knackered after literally being in the heat of hell) so I was pretty excited to see the
MF You’ve said before that a song begins with a title. Chronicles of a Fallen Love is a strong title to build a story through music. What is the story behind the song? BB: Greta and I have fantasised a lot about the story behind that title; it was very exciting to imagine it together.
Lords of electronic anarchy, The Bloody Beetroots have announced several changes to their Australian tour plans ahead of their January visit. The Italian outfit, led by self-appointed revolutionary leader Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo, are set to touch down in Australia as part of the mammoth 2013 Big Day Out lineup, which will see their musical
Italian electro-house maestros Bloody Beetroots will bring their all new live show into their natural habitat – the clubs – on three special sideshows as part of Big Day Out 2013.
After all this reading and writing on SOPA and PIPA, I feel a somewhat revolutionary vibe in the air. But this blog isn’t about revolution; it is about the music industry and at this point in time, dance music in the live arena. Well, low and behold we’ve got something that lands right in the