The Bloody Beetroots show off Death Crew 77 live @ Webster Hall

For those of you who don’t follow The Culture of Me website, I highly recommend it. Although they don’t stick only to electronica, they are a great resource in the NYC scene for the culturally needy. Last night, The Bloody Beetroots unveiled their Death Crew 77 live show, and from what we’ve heard, it was a pretty great experience for the sold out crowd at Webster Hall. We had some friends at the show as well, and are looking forward to giving you even more videos and photos once we get our hands on the content. Until then, here is the review directly from The Culture of Me site:

“Tommy and Bob Rifo aka The Bloody Beetroots came through New York City last night to debut the live rock show of what they’re calling Death Crew 77, where, instead of just playing bonkers mixes and edits in electronic music fashion during DJ sets and whatnot, the boys, joined by one other masked avenger would play live instruments (synths, guitars, bass, drums, sequencers, etc.) to a crowd of screaming, completely-drenched-in-sweat attendees. What we all got was renditions of some of their own songs, a fresh, still untitled song collaboration with Shark from Digital Boy & Shark, a cover of Refused’s “New Noise” and much, more more. Here’s how they all made their entrance, all blistering noise and lights and visceral, blood-curdling screams.”

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