Introducing fellow Los Angeles native, vocalist, actress, and tastemaker RUBY CHASE. This emerging talent who writes and produces her own music has just released the video to her debut single "Snake Charmer". With elements of pop, R&B, soul, and electronica, the songstress lures you in with her soulful melodies and seductive, sultry and haunting vocals. Definitely excited to see what else is to come from this rising star. In the meantime, get lost in her "Goddess Den" and check out her debut video below:
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What does wonder woman, a sailor, a zombie raver, a fire dancer, and a newscaster all have in common? They are all characters LA-based vocalist, actress, and tastemaker Ruby Chase has played this past year. Ruby has spent the past four years gracing large scale festivals such as Coachella and Nocturnal, sometimes performing as a featured member of renowned performance art troupe Lucent Dossier. Yesterday Ruby released her debut music video and single for “Snake Charmer”.
On her debut single, Ruby makes her presence known as a strong-up-and-coming, independent female artist. “Snake Charmer” contains elements of pop, R&B, soul, and electronica, accented by eastern influenced beats. Ruby’s voice is soulful, sultry, and seductive. Her lyrics are catchy and almost impossible to forget. Shot in what Ruby is calling the goddess den, the music video for “Snake Charmer” is fun and sensual. It features excellent belly dance moves and matching costumes.
We are excited to see what else Ruby Chase, best known as the host of EDM TV’s Rave Train has up her sleeve.
After months of teasing from up and coming indie artist Ruby Chase, her debut single "Snake Charmer" is finally out! Find it on all platforms...
Ruby's debut single and music video is about to go live on 8/8 on all platforms !
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Ruby Chase is a DIY dynamo who seemingly possesses inexhaustible energy. She is not only a performing and recording artist, she is also a creative visionary, entrepreneur and social light.
Chase writes and produces her own music in collaboration with members from her artist collective and production company Convergence. Bridging indie pop with tribal bass, she pioneered a genre she calls “Organic Dance Music” (ODM). That sound, paired with her interactive show, sets her apart from the other musicians.
Related: Ruby Chase included in Music Connection's Hot 100 Live Unsigned Artists and Bands of 2016!
Her mission is to make things better for our planet through art, inspiration and empowerment. To that end, her company Convergence hosts “Parties with a Purpose,” which brings an interactive experience into entertainment. “We bring the party to the party.”
Chase also produces “Pop-up Events” in public places (like the Venice Beach Boardwalk in Los Angeles) that appeal to all our senses, physically, spiritually and emotionally.
She even launched her own reality show, Convergence, which live streams on Facebook. She’s also involved with a project called “Rave Train”––a reboot of Soul Train for the EDM crowd. Consequently, her profile has grown organically with over 100,000 viewers and followers.
But she’s not always on the go. She occasionally mellows it out with her version of “Acoustic Romantic Pop.”
While working on her upcoming album, Chase collaborated with Bad Royal on a cover of “Blue Sky Action” (originally by Above & Beyond). Notably, it’s the first song to receive a double release on both Anjunabeats and Mad Decent.
How she does all this is a wonder…She simply says, “It’s all inspirational.”
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To superfans, Above & Beyond's music is akin to a religious experience, with grand sweeping melodies and emotional lyrics. Songs like “We're All We Need” and “Fly Me to New York” are a soft hand that warms your shoulder in times of joy and trouble.
That's why, when Bad Royale first took on these tracks with its signature dance hall rhythms, they thought it was just a goof, a thing to do for fun. They never saw Anjunabeats falling in love.
"We started by covering 'We're All We Need' as a tribute to our solo careers and to our good friends, Above & Beyond," the band says in a statement. "We were hesitant to show them knowing that what we had created was knee-jerking to say the least. Eventually we got around to showing Tony, from Above & Beyond, and he loved it and immediately asked that we do more."
Even Zoe Johnston, the original vocalist on both A&B's "We're All We Need" and "Fly Me to New York," was bowled over by what she heard.
"So many of us around the world have heard Above & Beyond songs in different settings,” she says, “but it's a whole other kind of magic to hear them re-created through the filter of different cultures and musical genres. Exciting stuff, and I love it.”
Bad Royale has covered in total three A&B songs, two in the style of reggae and one in Soca, adding “Blue Sky Action” to create a beautiful, sonically-explorative EP package. It's a twist on the familiar so enticing, it got Anjunabeats and Mad Decent to team for the first time ever on a joint release.
"The message is the music,” Mad Decent Head of A&R Paul Devro says in a statement. “It's the only explanation of how two labels from two different world's could mesh together so organically."
The EP, dubbed We Are All We Need, will be celebrated with a release party at Create LA presented by both Anjunabeats and Mad Decent, in partnership with Insomniac, an opportunity made possible when Tiesto had to cancel his scheduled appearance. It also inspired A&B to book Bad Royale for a Group Therapy guest mix. It sees official release Friday, Jan. 20, but you can hear the tracks in full below exclusively on Billboard Dance.