Check out this brand new great release from dance music producers, The Bloody Beetroots aka Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo and Greta Svabo Bech.
The Bloody Beetroots has always been resistant to constrained versions and popular trends of electronic dance music. After being part of the garage punk band movement he found his footing with the The Bloody Beetroots and launched this music production persona in 2007. This release screams of a hardcore punk sonic translated into electronic dance music that can be interpreted as the modern version of new wave. He is definitely one for sound experimentation by staying open and true to the eras of music that truly touch and inspire him. As someone who is fiercely adverse to mainstream media’s influence on the consumption and acceptance of modern electronic music, he continues to push boundaries of taste and sphere. He sees music as more than simply a carefree and hedonistic escape of daily life but as a push mechanism for adrenaline and a reason to bring call to action.
According to Sir Bob, music not just for simple enjoyment but also for to feed the ferocity of the fighting spirit.
This isn’t dance music as hedonistic escape, he says, this is shared adrenaline as catalyst and call to action.
His vision is backed by global electronic music heavyweights such as Dim Mak’s Steve Aoki, Alex Gopher, and Étienne de Crécy.
Earlier this month, he also released his latest track Chronicles of a Fallen Love featuring Greta Svabo Bech. He published the score of the track for free download and fans were allowed to come up with their own interpretations. The track is also now officially available in its original form through Ultra Music.
Chronicles of a Fallen Love debuted Radio One during a broadcast of Pete Tong’s live radio show in the U.K. He also gained early support from SIRIUS XM IDM, not surprisingly it is already charting at #1 on Hype Machine.
Bloody Beetroots & Greta Svabo Bech Chronicles of a Fallen Love
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