Monday, August 3, 2009


Ever since I started listening to The Bloody Beetroots, I've been patiently waiting for this album. Although they've been pretty hit and miss lately, The Bloody Beetroots debut album Romborama which was recently released on the Los Angeles based record label Dim Mak, really impressed me. From what I had heard from the album prior to its release, I was expecting yet another disappointing release from the duo I once loved. On Romborama, you'll find a good amount of previous releases as well as a handful of some brand new and well produced tracks. I've been waiting a while now for The Bloody Beetroots to put out some quality work and I'm glad I can now say that I once again, love The Bloody Beetroots. Also as a little bonus I included a ghetto house remix I really liked of House N˚84 by FCKN formerly known as FCKN Crew. 

Be sure to go out and grab a copy of Romborama, out now on Dim Mak Records.


Romborama (feat. All Leather)
Have Mercy On Us (feat. Cecile)
Awesome (feat. The Cool Kids)
Talkin’ In My Sleep (feat. Lisa Kekaula)
Second Streets Have No Name (feat. Beta Bow)
Warp 1.9 (feat. Steve Aoki)
Fucked From Above 1985
Theolonius (King Voodoo)
Yeyo (feat. Raw Man)
Little Stars (feat. Vicarious Bliss)
Warp 7.7 (feat. Steve Aoki)
Make Me Blank (feat. J*Davey)
House N˚ 84
I Love the Bloody Beetroots
Come La (feat. Marracash)


4 Responses to “Romborama”

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Emil said...

whoa..what a band and what a music? You should promote more for that band and albums. it will be better if you have online song so the viewer will be able to hear the music. Nice music though

Emma said...

Sorry, I haven't been familiar with Romborama. What kind of music is it? Could I download the music?

Tom said...

The band name is quite weird and it sounds strange for my ears. I don’t really know about this band and its genre so I don’t have any idea about the musicality had. It may be wonderful for some persons but not for me.