Street art exhibit set to the sound of Ruby My Dear.
Wednesday, 12 June 2013 13:04

It's much shorter than Ben Lukas Boysen's OFFF opening titles we posted yesterday, but here's another introductory video whose music comes from the Ad Noiseam camp, this time with Ruby My Dear's "Karoshi" track (taken from the "Remains Of Shapes To Come" album, adn157) used to advertise what we think was an exhibit of street art installation in Bordeaux, France, this spring. Click play and enjoy:

In other Ruby My Dear news, note that we will make a full live set he recently played in Berlin available (and downloadable) for free online as soon as his official Facebook page reaches 3000 "likes". At the time of writing, we're missing 80 people, so do you part and spread the word to get this set.

 

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