DJ-a-Day Q&A: The Bloody Beetroots
Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo ala The Bloody Beetroots is part producer, DJ and performer. He’s also the reason why thousands of fans shook their ish to “Shout” in the midst of this years Electric Zoo Festival in NYC. Part fear, part fun, spontaneity and surprise is all part of their success, and I’ll admit, I’m a wee bit obsessed…
If you didn’t wear your mask on stage, what would your costume consist of?
An angry old man with a cylinder on his head and a beautiful wooden stick with a classic silver dog’s head on the top.
How would you describe your new album? Any hints?
It’s all about chaos, freedom and music of course.
What are your vices?
I smoke…a lot!
With all the trends in mainstream EDM right now, how has The Bloody Beetroots continued to have such a consistent, cult-like following?
The Bloody Beetroots is not a genre; it does not belong to anyone and isn’t defined by anything. It is destroyed and rebuilt so that it can evolve constantly and can exist outside the trends. Bloody Beetroots is a world, a family and a creed.
Let’s say it’s your last performance ever… what would you close with?
I’d love to close with “Fly Me To The Moon”…
Tweet at them: @BloodyBeetroots
Answered by Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo
Photo Credit: Marie Jose Govea