The Bloody Beetroots surprised us this summer with a mind-blowing new electronic music set at EDC Las Vegas, and is now lifting the beats higher off the EKG this fall, at Hard Presents: Day of the Dead in Los Angeles. The talent of Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo AKA: THe Bloody Beetroots has landed a solid position in EDM Culture, so it's not a huge surprise that they pulled off a collaboration bigger than, well- a Revolution.
Rock God, Paul McCartney of The Beatles was introduced to Rifo through mutual friend Youth- and the three created something beyond our imagination in a London studio. "Out of Sight" might quite possibly be the biggest junction in music culture we have seen yet. The Beetroots' sounds of dance and heavy-hitting beats, combined with McCartney's knowledge of Rock has the capacity to bridge the older generations with the new generations of music. EDM and Rock have proven to be a success, but The Beatles and The Bloody Beetroots will be a legend.
The Bloody Beetroots album HIDE is due to release September 17th on Ultra Music. The album is said to have entertained the marraige between rock and EDM with the talents of Tommy Lee, Penny Rimbaud, Peter Frampton, and more. This album is set to take you on more than just a musical journey, it will undoubtedly take you Across the Universe.
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