Ruby Rae recently had the opportunity to chat with Modern Vinyl about everything from creative flow, art residencies, psychopomps, violins, and of course, the new record on vinyl!
Paul Feig (Freaks & Geeks, Ghostbusters) - " The great Ruby Rae playing for the crowd before the screening of Ghostbusters: ATC! She is amazing."
Dig Boston says - “Ruby Rae is, technically, explosive.”
"The throwback honkytonk tunes of Ruby Rae [are] darker than your usual singer-songwriter fare, with noir-ish and Southern gothic influenced lyrics" - Washington Post
"Wonderfully creepy" - Berkeley Place
"With a bit of a Tarrantino meets spaghetti western vibe to her, Ruby Rae is a Rock Chick to keep your ears open for" - The Falcon's Nest
"We thought a devilish little video might be just what you need to heat up your new year. For the video, Brooklyn gal Ruby Rae rented a 1964 Dodge and hired an ubercreepy, but talented guitar player as Ol’ Scratch himself. The singer-songwriter cites everyone from Nick Cave to Wanda Jackson as influences and is the purveyor of fine indie-twang noir. Her brand of underbelly sonic exploration is right up our alley"
- The Donkey Jaw
"Ruby Rae’s hard slamming fits and voodoo energy put a spell on the tiny and cramped stage, and opened it up. They made the scene feel expansive. Not like a bare and open plain, but the intimacy of a meeting in the woods where the wild is confined only by the outlying wilds. Such is the dark magic of good rock’n’roll in the tiny pockets of New York City." - The Road Southern
INTERVIEWS + REVIEWS
The Road Southern
Raven & Crow
The Falcon's Nest
The Donkey Jaw