“Squirming with ease” with a Terry Gilliam style fuck-off and a general indifference towards orgasmic orientation, ‘Sparky’, the second single from Nuha Ruby Ra’s upcoming debut EP ‘How To Move’, is a d’esprit de-facto for our outspokenly disenfranchised, appetence craving generation.
Nuha Ruby Ra is a stylistically-shifting celebration of the divine feminine. Texturally parading down her personal rostrum of ‘ready-to-wear’ rebellion, and knowing “where to keep you best”, ‘Sparky’ is an instigated agent-provocateur and sensorial incarnation of passionately-crafted experiment.
Musing lucidly like East London’s personal Avant-Aurora Borealis, Ruby Ra is a quasi-hallucinatory spark of something strange; a swirling mass of pleather-projecting protagonist, blink-and-you’ll-miss-it phosphene, and obsessively curated allure.
Slick, iconic and situationally essential, Nuha Ruby Ra is nothing short of deity as she encourages a self-satisfying prophecy of “the joys of sex and emotional detachment” and her ‘Sparky’ is a Seditionaries’ style uniform with swaggeringly-booted demand and gloriously collective taboo.
Photo by Maxime Lambert
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