2 posts categorized "the bloody beetroots"

03/05/2010

Win a Pair of Tickets to See Groove Armada!

On the heels of their wildly popular and extremely rad new release, Black Light (which is out everywhere now), Groove Armada are set to make a proper US invasion from mid to late March. If you haven't copped the album yet, get it here, then keep on reading for a chance to win tickets to their NYC show. 


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Black Light is GA's 6th studio album, and since first being laid in the ears of critics and bloggers alike, the response has been an overwhelming rush of positivity and pleasant hand claps. Considered by some to be their best and most cohesive offering to date, we can attest that Andy and Tom are on their grind with this release. From beginning to end, we give the electro synthpop album a big ol' beastly seal of approval.


With a tour of the States set beginning later this month (all dates here including a few European dates), you can guarantee we'll be in attendance at their March 24 Webster Hall show here in NYC. We want to see you there dancing alongside us too...so we're tossing out a pair of tickets to the gig! Info on how to enter below.

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Want to hit the Groove Armada show with a friend? If you've frequented the contests here before, then you'll know we are cerifiably "twitter-crazy". So start by following us if you aren't already...winners get notified by DM, and the only way we can send you a beastly congratulatory message is if you're on board the beast train.

 

Next, simply copy and paste the below message and hit send in whatever tweeterrific application you use (we're partial to TweetDeck ourselves...)

 

yo @sheenabeaston, turn up the black lights, because i'm going to dance all night long with you at the @groovearmada show @websterhall

 

That's all you gotta do...easy peasy. Contest will remain open until 5pm on Friday March 19, so you've got two weeks to hit me with your tweets.

 

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mp3: Groove Armada (featuring SaintSaviour) - I Wont Kneel (The Bloody Beetroots Remix)

03/01/2010

The Bloody Beetroots (featuring Beta Bow) - 2nd Streets Have No Name (new video!)

August 2009 saw The Bloody Beetroots' debut album, Romborama, get a proper release. The Italian electro-DJ duo's offering was one that we had high expectations for but ultimately, ended up hoping it would have hit us harder than it did. Until we got wind of something special last week.


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2nd Streets Have No Name is the second track from Romborama to see a proper video release. The single is an attractive electric ballad where the beat builds and the melody truly shines, thanks to the participation of the Austrian-born, Beta Bow.  In the Parisian-based video, we see Bob Rifo and Beta Bow providing the lush sounds, while dancer-actress Christine Leroy portrays the stunning protagonist.

  

With production credits given to the French producer Etienne De Crecy and Ed Banger's Vicarious Bliss, it's no wonder that the newly-unleashed visuals strike a strong chord in our heart today.


Watch, and swoon, now. 

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mp3: The Bloody Beetroots (featuring Beta Bow) - 2nd Streets Have No Name

mp3: The Bloody Beetroots (featuring Beta Bow) - 2nd Streets Have No Name (The Sonixx Remix)

   

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