The Bloody Beetroots is an Italian electro house and dance-punk formation established in late 2006. The name is primarily used as a pseudonym for the solo projects of Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo (production, guitar, keyboards, DJ). Tommy Tea (sampling) was included in a duo formation baptized as The Bloody Beetroots DJ Set. The project is well known for the black Venom mask they wear during performances.
The leader of the band Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo was born in 1977 in Bassano del Grappa, Italy. He lives in Los Angeles, California. He was a classically trained musician, but gained reputation for producing music with styles ranging from punk rock to the new wave of the 1980s. His identity remains largely anonymous. In fact, the only identifying public feature he has is the year "1977" tattooed across his chest, which is the year of his birth, that coincided with the year punk-rock was born. Rifo, a music producer, DJ and photographer uses the pseudonym The Bloody Beetroots himself.
Theophilus Musa London was born on the island of Trinidad, on February 23, 1987, and was raised in Brooklyn, New York. Briefly,he then moved to the suburbs of the Poconos and graduated from Pocono Mountain East High School in 2006 On February 22, 2012 London introduced his new single "Big Spender" to a select New York audience at the Encore Sessions at le Baron Chinatown. In September 2013, London revealed that the new album Vibezz is dedicated to his aunt who had passed away recently. He also said that he would be releasing a new mixtape titled I Want You Still and an EP with Jesse Boykins as Paris96.