Igloo Magazine makes a nice review of my last Ep Jelly out on Blue Sub Records
STILL AVAILABLE on Ad Noiseam store:
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Second Review on “Ruby My Dear - Jelly Ep” from Tartine de Contrebasse (in french)
BSR001 still Available on Blue Sub Store and Ad Noiseam Store
OUT NOW: RUBY MY DEAR ‘S JELLY EP
OUT NOW: Ruby My Dear ‘s Jelly EP and available on Digital Files.
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- Blue Sub Store
- Ad Noiseam Store
- "The production is top-notch, the beats clear and the sound very powerful. Original, masterfully done and excellently written. Very recommended." Ad Noiseam
- “The French Breakcore Maestro drops his latest EP. on March 26th.
Again, like it’s predeccosors, it’s so much more than that exploring the chaotic sounds of I.D.M, Acid, hip hop and everything in between. He effortlessly switches between genres without dropping a beat and it’s all really good fun.” Skirmishblog
First Review of “Ruby My Dear - Jelly EP” on Skirmish HERE
Ruby My Dear is a producer that we’ve been champoning here at Skirmish for quite some time, having interviewed him back in 2011 after his superb Glingko E.P. came out and we were very excited to learn of a new E.P. on the way from the French noisenick. The Jelly E.P. drops on Blue Sub Records the 26th March and like Glingko and his full length album, Remains of Shape to Come, released on Ad Noiseam last year, it once again delivers a sonic assault of intricate writhing breakcore. Again, like it’s predeccosors, it’s so much more than that exploring the chaotic sounds of I.D.M, Acid, hip hop and everything in between. He effortlessly switches between genres without dropping a beat and it’s all really good fun.
Pre-orders now taken for “Ruby My Dear - Jelly EP” on Ad Noiseam store HERE
" Though this exclusively digital release is listed as an "EP", the whole eight tracks clock at 50 minutes, making the whole thing feel more like an album (fair enough, Ruby My Dear also went on with an "epic" 20 minutes tune here). "Jelly" take things more or less where he had left them with his "Remains Of Shapes To Come" album, but take this musician’s art in a slightly more IDM and definitely more danceable / acid way, though there are still a few atmospheric moments here and there. The production is top-notch, the beats clear and the sound very powerful. Original, masterfully done and excellently written. Very recommended. "