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the bloody beetroots
2 May, 2014 3:08 pm

We first previewed this track here over a year ago, but it’s finally seeing release “soon” via Ultra Records. Check out the all new, pumped up, mixed and mastered final version of this long-awaited release below. Newly added is the MNDR remix.

25 December, 2013 4:48 am

“As a special gift to all of my lovely and loved fans… i am giving you something very special for Christmas. A new track, from me to you! The Bloody Beetroots feat Lisa Kekaula “Til Death” – Merry Christmas! Love you all, Santa Bob Cornelius Rifo”

1 December, 2013 9:16 am

Sir Bob follows up the reveal of the “All The Girls (Around The World)” video, with new remixes by Shy Kidx and No Artificial Colours.

23 November, 2013 11:43 am

The latest visual from The Bloody Beetroots’ album, HIDE, in stores now.

15 October, 2013 7:39 pm

When we think of the “gods” of electronic music, names don’t even have to be mentioned, as you can simply look to the sky, and the billboards around Las Vegas will define them for you. The Bloody Beetroots – the brainchild of Italian producer Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo (a pseudonym of a pseudonym) – isn’t [cont.]

19 September, 2013 8:06 am

Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo releases his new album as The Bloody Beetroots today, with Hide, which you can hear in full, below. Grab it today at iTunes.

22 August, 2013 5:39 pm

With The Bloody Beetroots’ HIDE LP on the horizon, Sir Bob releases the official remix pack for the lead single, “Out Of Sight”, with Paul McCartney & Youth. Includes new mixes by Valentino Khan, Aucan, Killaflaw, and the legendary Riva Starr. Available now on Beatport.

16 August, 2013 5:55 pm

September 17th will see the release of Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo’s new Bloody Beetroots LP, HIDE, on Ultra Records. With a tracklist that boasts Paul McCartney, Peter Frampton, Gigi Barocco, Tommy Lee, and others, he may give Daft Punk a run for their money. Check out the full tracklist below. 1. “Spank” (feat. Tai & [cont.]

11 July, 2013 5:50 pm

Dyro takes on Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo’s collab with Tai and Bart B More on this newly released remix. Available now via Beatport.

15 June, 2013 5:34 am

Sir Bob Cornelious Rifo, aka The Bloody Beetroots, has given Daft Punk a run for their money, abandoning the typical big EDM sound for a more grounded collaboration with former Beatles member, Paul McCartney. The song is available now on iTunes. Check the preview below, as debuted today by Rolling Stone.

19 May, 2013 9:43 am

Ultra’s new single from The Bloody Beetroots offers a “remix-minimix” for free download, as well as a video clip for the track.

20 March, 2013 5:22 pm

Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo releases the follow-up to Chronicles Of A Fallen Love, this time collaborating with Tai and Bart B More for an absolutely crazy concoction. Grab it today on iTunes.

20 December, 2012 8:46 pm

This track cannot be released soon enough. More info as we get it…

24 October, 2012 3:42 am

Sir Bob Cornelius Rifu returns with the *finished* version of the new Bloody Beetroots single, after releasing only the sheet music a few weeks ago. On vocals is Greta Svabo Bech, whom you might know from Deadmau5 “Raise Your Weapon”. This track combines her airy vocals with an unexpected, agressive BB drop, setting things into [cont.]

5 October, 2012 12:31 am

Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo, aka The Bloody Beetroots, has taken an interesting new approach to releasing a single, by first releasing the sheet music. A move first made by Beck, who released his last album, Song Reader, only as sheet music, Rifo hopes for fans to fully understand the intent of his art. “The composition [cont.]

3 October, 2012 4:27 am

We cut down that song title in the headline, just a bit. This is a new Peace Treaty bootleg, made up of elements of Felix Cartal’s “Tonight (Autoerotique Remix)” and The Bloody Beetroots’ “Rocksteady (Gigi Borroco Remix)”. And that’s Felix and Autoerotique’s Keith Robertson in the above photo. Confused? Good.

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