The Bloody Beetroots – Saint Bass City Rockers | New Music
The Bloody Beetroots, brainchild of Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo (very fancy), was established over ten years ago and holds a strong standing in the electronic community. With eclectic collaborations from the likes of Steve Aoki, Paul McCartney, and – most recently – Jet, their music is exciting and oftentimes diverse.
Earlier today, a song by the name of “Saint Bass City Rockers” came to light and, as the title suggests, it has a rock element woven into its electronic base. Heavy electronic guitars lead us to the first drop, providing a runway of anticipation. They’re only a tease though, serving to rev the listener up only a few times throughout as the focus is certainly on the synths.
The song has many different parts with varying instruments of focus, so you’ll need to listen to truly appreciate the journey that Rifo is taking us on.
As is stated in a press release by Rifo himself, it’s “a long voyage, an electronic mantra that is articulated with different melodies, touching various spots around the world, from California, India, Norway and England. I imagined this voyage as I wrote the song”.
See what you think by listening below:
The Bloody Beetroots are currently finishing the European leg of their tour, but they’ll be doing a North American tour towards the end of the year, too.
Take it from someone who’s been in their audience – you’ll emerge transformed.
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