Woop! Woop! The Bloody Beetroots strikes back yet again, dropping a fresch, hot song collab today with Dr. Fresch, ‘FKN FACE’. Imagine waking up in the morning and pouring yourself a bowl of electro-punk synth riffs, a pumping g-house bassline, and Bob Rifo screaming in your face. That’s exactly what you’ll hear in this fire drop from The Bloody Beetroots and Dr. Fresch.
2019 has been a year of two-hit banger releases thus far from The Bloody Beetroots. Recently coming off of his release with Ephwurd, “Wildchild,” Rifo continues to surprise us with “FKN FACE.” These songs will be released on the anticipated EP, ‘Heavy,’ which will be released later this year. This year also marks the 10-year anniversary of “Warp 1.9“ with Steve Aoki in 2009. Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo, otherwise known as The Bloody Beetroots, is definitely back this year with a vengeance.
Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo aka The Bloody Beetroots
Being born into punk rock in the year of 1977, Italian Producer Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo never fails to impress us with his ability to infuse thrashing punk sounds into the world of electronic music. With Dr. Fresch by his side for his track, you can definitely go four-to-the-floor while headbanging with your tongue out at the same time. The song opens up with a rather groovy vocal that will automatically get your head bobbin’, followed by Rifo screaming “I can’t feel my fkn face!” Then comes that OG bassline we love from Dr. Fresch, paired with Rifo’s signature guitar riff synthesizer sounds.
Tony Fresh aka Dr. Fresch
Dr. Fresch, better known as Tony Fresh, Los Angeles native, has continued to gain momentum over the last year. With over 30 million plays on SoundCloud and launching Prescription Records, Tony is sure to be making more moves in the forthcoming future, especially with this new collab. Both Rifo and Fresch are innovators of their sounds and are now weaving together elements of house, hip-hop, and punk rock with this song.
Everyone remembers the early electro-punk days of 2009-2010, the time before there was a sea of smartphones spread across the crowds, and the masses were rockin’ out to The Bloody Beetroots and Steve Aoki. At least, that’s exactly where I was during the Spring of 2010 at the Hollywood Palladium Hard show featuring The Bloody Beetroots, Designer Drugs, Sinden, and Destructo. This new song release brings two OG’s together and we wholeheartedly can’t wait to see what more is in store for the indefinite future. Rock on, my dudes.