Sbcr The Bloody Beetroots Perth

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Metro City says
Who's ready for #SBCR to finally hit Perth on Australia Day weekend?

"It's been 3 years since my last visit to Aussie shores as The Bloody Beetroots and I'm ready to assault your senses with a whole new wall of #FUZZ"

Date: Sunday 24 January 2016 - Metro City, Perth
Limited Early Birds: $20+BF
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Tickets are extremely limited and are guaranteed to sell-out fast!

// SBCR //

Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo a.k.a. The Bloody Beetroots has always been an anomaly amidst the cocooned trends and coddled pedigrees of dance music. After fits and starts in Italian garage-punk bands, Rifo launched The Bloody Beetroots in 2007 and over the next few years, he would win the support of electro house heavyweights Etienne de Crecy and Alex Gopher in Europe and Dim Mak’s Steve Aoki stateside. On Rifo’s watch, anything’s not only possible – but from the sheer vastness of sounds and media that have materialized – probable as well. From the start Mr. Bloody Beetroot has been capable of seamlessly crossing genres, diving into everything from new wave to the primal screams of hardcore punk. His most recent collaborations include studio sessions with Youth and remixing Killing Joke, an opportunity very few are entitled to. After working closely with Dennis Lyxen from The Refused on the single smash club record “Church of Noise,” Rifo developed an online community and cult following that embraces the freedom of art, speech and chaos – From one-man studio production to full live band shows with Bloody Beetroots Death Crew 77 and DJ show touring as The Bloody Beetroots DJ set, Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo is a pioneer, reinventing the landscape of electronic music.


signal:noize is a new project from Melbourne producer Nick Thayer. Showing that his musical influences draw upon an array of genres, signal:noize effortlessly blends the sounds of UK garage, 2 step, house, and breakbeat into a fusion that stands alone. After a debut release, Trunk, with Jay Fay on OWSLA's sister label, The Nest, signal:noize keeps this beast rolling with a four track EP, Home, charged with no-nonsense grooves. Title track Home recalls techno in its arrangement, with a warping bassline that refuses to sit still. Rudeboy has guts in excess, Tomorrow strips things back to the bare minimum, and Control Your Mind just oozes attitude. With a collaboration with SBCR / Bloody Beetroots about to drop, and a remix for Felix Cartal, there’s certainly no easing off the gas here. Turn up the signal. Wipe out the noize.
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