Bloody Beetroots are here to shatter your teeth and rattle your bones. This Italy-via-LA electro powerhouse have made a HUGE impact in the legendary Dim Mak club scene (championed by Steve Aoki himself), and are now leaving a trail of destruction across the globe. If their recent 2000-capacity-sell-out, lines-around-the-block, call-in-sick-Monday National Tour is anything to go by, you can rest assured that Australia is next.

Close your eyes and imagine, if you will, the bastard son of the Misfits and Daft Punk. As gruesome as the act of conception may appear, the union would generate the most grandiose of offspring. A formidable force, not unlike the Bloody Beetroots. Bloody Beetroots is the guise under which producer and DJ Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo operates. In the Beetroots live sets and DJ sets, Sir Bob avails himself of the services of Tommy Tea. Despite their glorious origins in the alcoholic Italian hamlet of Bassano del Grappa, the Bloody Beetroots are a worldwide phenomenon.

Their sound is an unprecedented mix of distorted synths, relentless beats, and…violins. Something along the lines of Daft Punk, MSTRKRFT and Crookers, but with the volume turned up to 12. And if you still have absolutely any doubts as to the impact of these mysterious masked avengers, check out their brand new track Warp featuring Steve Aoki check out their brand new track Warp featuring Steve Aoki