Back in 2013, The Bloody Beetroots and Peter Frampton collaborated on a song entitled The Beat. Originally appearing on The Bloody Beetroots album Hide, The Beat is an incredible mixture of Peter Frampton’s calming vocals and The Bloody Beetroots punk, electro and rock rhythms. The Beat has an upbeat electronic dance vibe that really pops alongside Peter Frampton’s voice. Now, The Beat has been given a revamp with four new incredible remixes, each by an artist with unique styles and sounds. Listen to the original song below.

 

Proxy, JayCeeOh and B-Sides, Annick Sandwich and Bottai have all lent their amazing talents to Peter Frampton and The Bloody Beetroots to create this album of remixes. You can listen to each remix of The Bloody Beetroots and Peter Frampton’s song The Beat below and decide which remix is the best.

The Proxy remix has a special electronic beat that pumps up the tempo almost immediately:

 

The remix by JayCeeOh and B-Sides is another fantastic song that includes soothing electro synths that will make you dance:

 

Annick Sandwich brings some heavier sounding electronic grooves to his remix, creating a straight up banging track:

 

Bottai’s remix is extremely funky and is filled with more House oriented sound waves:

 

About The Author

Gabriel is a music junkie from San Francisco, California, and recently graduated from the University of Colorado, Boulder with a BA in Creative Writing. Gabriel is a writer for the music department of 303 Magazine, and aspires to write professionally. Outside of work Gabriel loves to party with friends at music festivals, snowboard in the beautiful Rocky Mountains, travel the globe experiencing new cultures and lounge with some quality TV on a lazy Sunday. Contact Gabriel by email at Gabriel@303magazine.com.

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