Press

Stereogum premieres new album “Divorce Party”

NYLON video premiere for “Nicola la”

FADER video premiere for “Beach Flowers”

Appears in Fences/Macklemore’s “Arrows” music video

Popular TV, “Video Premiere: Ruby the RabbitFoot”

Featured as one “to watch” by Urban Outfitters

NERO MAGAZINE feature

Interview at The Mirror Cube

Glamour Magazine premieres Ruby’s brand new Amazon Holiday exclusive track, “Under Any Limb

Interview at The Pulp Zine

“released one of the finest pop records of 2014, New as Dew, on New West/Normaltown Records. There’s just something about Ruby. The girl radiates.. – Southern Living 

Interview at The Urban Realist

Promo News TV “Ruby the RabbitFoot ‘As Bad As I Am’ video by Natalie Neal”

“whimsical” –CMJ

“Sugary vocals dunked in black coffee lyrics.” – American Songwriter

Pastel Blog feature and interview

“Stellar Songwriting” – John B. Moore (Blurt Magazine) 

“well-crafted gems”- JamBase

“keen writing; Delivered with a siren’s saccharin conviction” Eric Risch (Pop Matters)

MTVu video premiere

VH1 video premiere

“Ruby’s wispy sweet pipes help illuminate her confident songwriting, which is mature and skilled beyond her years. I wouldn’t be surprised one bit if Ruby was a household name this time next year.” –Tom Haugen (Inforty.com) 

“proficient past her age” – New Noise Magazine

“transcendental” – Innocent Words

Aquarium Drunkard review

Slinking guitars as gentle as summer rain tame her biting lyrics.” – Creative Loafing ATL

“Pop gems” – Pop Press International Austin, TX.

“Beautifully acerbic” – Flagpole Magazine

Ruby Kendrick trascends the limitations of her acoustic sounds with conviction and compassion. -EVAN STICHLER/The Red & Black

Ruby reveals an authenticity that surpasses the run-of-the-mill chanteuse in search of acoustic greatness. -JAMES SHERFEY/The Athens Banner-Herald

Her voice was sweet, and her songwriting down pat, with strong, clever melodies and her partner on bass bouncing along with a crisp line. Her lyrics were well read, well deployed, and very relevant. -JACK BUTLER/The District