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Signed to celebrity DJ Steve Aoki's Dim Mak label and often compared stylistically to French electro superstars Justice, the Bloody Beetroots -- technically a solo project of one Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo, who is assisted on-stage and behind the decks by Tommy Tea -- generated significant buzz in the music blogosphere with remixes and production work. The Italian duo's masked appearance à la Daft Punk also garnered media attention. The Bloody Beetroots began establishing themselves as a performance act in early 2008 with a short American tour that included a stop at South by Southwest as well as numerous club gigs in Los Angeles, where they appeared alongside Aoki. Following a handful of EPs, the Bloody Beetroots' first album, Romborama, was released in 2009.
The Bloody Beetroots is the pseudonym of Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo, the Italian electro house and dance-punk music producer, DJ and photographer.
The Bloody Beetroots is well-known for the black Venom mask he wears during performances. In fact, the only identifying public feature of Rifo is the year "1977" tattooed across his chest, which is both the year that the producer and punk-rock was born.
"The Bloody Beetroots DJ set" contains Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo and Tommy Tea.
Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo was born in 1977 in Bassano del Grappa. He is a classically trained musician, but gained reputation for producing music with styles ranging from punk rock to the new wave of the eighties. The Bloody Beetroots was formed in late 2006.
2006–09: Early production and Romborama 
The Bloody Beetroots gained the support of Etienne De Crecy, Alex Gopher, and Dim Mak's Steve Aoki with his past singles "Warp 1.9" and "Cornelius". In 2008, his EP Cornelius was in the Top 100 International iTunes downloads. This album was a complete art project composed of music, videos, and fashion.
The DJ Set had a short tour of the United States in early 2008, alongside DJ Steve Aoki. In 2008, his song "Butter" was included on the soundtrack for FIFA 09, "Mac Mac" was featured in 2K Sports' NBA 2K9 and his remix of "Black Gloves" by Goose is part of the soundtrack of Pro Evolution Soccer 2012.
He's also worked on the project hardcore punk Rifoki (collabration of Bob Rifo and Steve Aoki) in 2009.
During this period, members of the group were of casual style, wearing a not only black Venom mask, but also appears in red mask. A collaboration with French label Sixpack France was done to release a limited edition t-shirt.
2010–11: Death Crew 77 
The Bloody Beetroots DJ Set have played many notable festivals such as: Stereosonic Festival in Australia, Ultra Music Festival in Miami.
During his 2010 Live Tour, Sir Bob labeled himself and the live band "The Bloody Beetroots - Death Crew 77" or "Bloody Beetroots Live" and introduced a third member to his team, Edward Grinch. Edward played the drums during the live shows. Recently, another drummer, Battle, has replaced Edward Grinch.
In 2011, on the Church of Noise tour, vocalist Dennis Lyxzén of the punk band Refused and Tommy Lee joined Death Crew 77 on a few songs. In 2011, the song 31 Seconds to Die was included on the soundtrack of Saints Row: The Third.
With the new live show they've continued playing on various festivals across the world: Solidays Festival in Paris, MELT! Festival in Berlin, Extrema Festival in Eindhoven, Tomorrowland in Belgium, HARD Fest in Los Angeles, Electric Zoo in NYC, and headlined NYE '11 at LA's Together as One.
2011–present: Second album 
"Church of Noise" featuring Dennis Lyxzén, released in late 2011, was the first single from the second album.
Second single "Rocksteady" released in early 2012 with the two-part extended plays of remixes.
Third single "Chronicles of a Fallen Love" which features Greta Svabo Bech released in December 2012, also with the two-part extended plays of remixes, as the previous single.
In February 2013, Rifo announced a new social media platform called "The Real Church of Noise" which would be a "safe haven" for like-minded individuals to share and collaborate. It is noted that the platform would incorporate sharing services such as YouTube, Soundcloud, and others.
Later in February 9, Bob Rifo announced fourth single "Spank", that was produced with TAI and Bart B More.
The Bloody BeetrootsSir Bob Cornelius Rifo - production, vocals, guitar, keyboards, bass, DJ
The Bloody Beetroots DJ SetSir Bob Cornelius RifoTommy Tea - FX music controllers
Bloody Beetroots - Death Crew 77 (Live Crew)Sir Bob Cornelius RifoTommy TeaBattle - drums (2011–present)Dennis Lyxzén - vocals (Church of Noise Tour)Edward Grinch - drums (2010 - 2011)Carlo Victor sound fx engineer (2013)
The Bloody Beetroots LIVE (Live Crew)Sir Bob Cornelius RifoBattle - Synths (2011–present)Edward Grinch - drums (2010–present)