Sonic forerunner The Bloody Beetroots (aka Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo) has been blurring the lines between punk-rock, new wave dance-punk, and electro house for some time now. His most recent LP Hide is no different, featuring support from a number of the music industry's biggest names, such as Sir Paul McCartney, Tommy Lee, Peter Frampton, Theophilus London, P-Thugg, and Sam Sparro. The deluxe version of the album featured the fun little dance-punk track "Keep on Dancing" (featuring Drop the Lime) which perfectly exemplifies Rifo's approach to music... that being loud, fast, and immensely enjoyable.
Luckily for us, Rifo is preparing to release "Keep on Dancing" as a single along with a bevy of remixes, and today EARMILK has an exclusive track just for you! Indonesian electro house DJ/producer Angger Dimas takes the original dance-punk track and beefs it up by throwing in a barrage of drums and guitars, giving the track an almost industrial-rock texture. It's a big electro house remix that flat-out assaults the senses, and is definitely worth a listen. So check it out below, and make sure you grab yourself a copy on May 13.
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