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The Bloody Beetroots

2010, a year with its arms wide open to the movement behind electro music and everything that's coming with it. Last year saw the rise of names like Crookers, Fake Blood and Steve Aoki smashing through venues all over the globe and a name that shouldn't be left out while on the subject of dance music's most reliable of genres is The Bloody Beetroots.

The Italian duo, who have been creating music from a young age, have consistently graced our ears since 2006, remixing the likes of The All American Rejects and Proxy to stamp their authority on the electro world and remind us that there's 4 seriously tuned ears behind those distinctive masks. After the success of their debut EP Cornelius, that got into the iTunes top 100 international downloads of that year, they starting playing shows here, there, everywhere then here again.

As for this year, they've got a summer full of festivals to tend to, and at the rate they've been knocking out the tunes, it looks like we're in for another year of success that's wearing a black venom mask.

Jake Attree

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