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After an exciting start of to the year supporting Grammy nominated Jordan Rakei, and Sharing the stage with the likes of Perth local heavy weights Koi Child, Mosquito Coast, POW Negro, Greivous Bodily Calm & Timothy Nelson. RUBY MAY has gone from solo to seven piece- finding herself at the head of a 7 piece band, leading a fresh neo-soul vibe, hereby creating a doona, a blanket of groove covering your mind, your body and most importantly your soul with a wave of funkn feelings - a cheeky smirk- whisking you into hip wiggling trance- making your live experience timeless beyond means. The band recently released a four-to-the-floor hip wigglin track named REAL MONSTERS - prep yourself as they release an album for the end of 2017 'Her sunshine soul radiates through her voice and when she performs with the Chakra Khans it’s feels like a huge yet intimate family reunion everyone is over the moon to be invited to' - Pilerats, Brooke Murphy ‘Having seen the way these guys live for the music they share has to be one of their strongest attributes — Ruby’s infectious smile and the band’s excitement in supporting their little lady alone was a viable explanation for the epidemic that went on to occur inside the walls of Mojo’s Bar last Friday night’ - Avenoir Magazine “Stellar Perth based artist Ruby May who left crowds anticipating her return following golden performances at Festival of the Wind. Ruby is a true star of the WA music scene, performing regularly in Perth. Her original compilations are ecstatic, her stage presence and soulful vocals encouraging audiences to step into the groove’ - Esperance Tide
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Review

Review by Ruby May Ruby May

25 Jan 2016

50

Feels like 2009.. we've thought fuck it, loaded the car and headed douth, my shoulders and hips wont stop jiving even though im driving.

Thats the kinda nostalgia 'meant to be' gives me

Feels like 2009.. we've thought fuck it, loaded the car and headed douth, my shoulders and hips wont stop jiving even though im driving.

Thats the kinda nostalgia 'meant to be' gives me