SBCR remixes Refused's "Elektra"

Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo aka SBCR of Bloody Beetroots has remixed Refused’s song “Elektra.”  This is the second Refused song that SBCR has remixed, the first one being “New Noise” in 2010.
Watch the video for SBCR vs. Refused “Elektra” directed by Maculate.

Earlier this year the Sweden-based band released their first album in 17 years, Freedom, on Epitaph. It was deemed a “luminous work of bombastic-in-the-best-way brilliance” by Decibel and “quite possibly the band’s most electrifying and propulsive record to date” according to Rolling Stone. Freedom is the follow-up to their beloved album, The Shape of Punk to Come.
Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo, better known as The Bloody Beetroots, returns to the dancefloor with his solo moniker, SBCR. While The Bloody Beetroots remain an eclectic, rock-influenced live band, SBCR is Sir Bob’s solo performance project under which he releases electro, dance-punk productions. Since debuting in spring 2015, SBCR has displayed his synth-laden, cinematic sound via two EPs – SBCR & Friends, Vol. 1 and SBCR & Adversaries, Vol. 2 – released on Dim Mak. The Italian beatsmith has showcased his solo venture across the globe with performances at Tomorrowland on Dim Mak’s stage, as well as at the label’s Miami Music Week and SXSW showcases.