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New Music from The Bloody Beetroots! ‘Hide’ is now available.

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King of punk rock dance music Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo, better known as The Bloody Beetroots, has released his highly anticipated HIDE today via Ultra Music! HIDE premiered last week on Rolling Stone.com and features a number of cameos including Brooklyn-based rapped Theophilus London, Grammy-winning guitarist Peter Frampton, founding member of Mötley Crüe, Tommy Lee, and producer Drop The Lime. A limited edition and individual numbered vinyl of “Out of Sight” featuring Paul McCartney & Youth is now available – PRESS HERE for more details!

Italian comics illustrator Tanino Liberatore, the mastermind behind the cover art for HIDE, has also created the physical artwork featuring illustrations of the album’s featured artists. PRESS HERE to see an interactive version of the art with pop-up info about each artist!

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“Rifo’s genre-hopping style seems unstoppable, snowballing up new wave, hardcore, and whatever else in his ascent to the punk rock EDM throne.”MXDWN.com

“[Out of Sight] counters between soulful, blues crooning from the veteran vocalist over plaintive piano chords before exploding into the type of euphoric build and release you can imagine a stadium full of kids losing their collective brains over.”MTV Buzzworthy

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Bloody Beetroots at Lollapalooza!

Tim Gauthier

Lollapalooza returns to Grant Park in Chicago August 6th-9th. The C3 produced music festival attracts almost 200,000 people to the downtown Chicago lakefront property. With 7 stages highlighting every genre of music and myriad activities in between, Lollapalooza is one of the premier music festivals in the world.

Dim Mak’s very own Bloody Beetroots AKA Bob Cornelius Rifo along with Death Crew 77 have planned an electrifying performance with Dennis Lyxzen, frontman for Swedish Hardcore Punk band Refused. They are scheduled for a 5PM slot Friday on the world famous Perry’s Stage, named after Lollapalooza founder Perry Farrel. Be sure to get there early to get a good spot!