Performing live at the Museum of Science on August 16 is Ruby Rose Fox
! A special one-woman musical multimedia show based on Ruby Rose Fox's sophomore record Salt. Using binaural technology Fox's show is not only an edgy, political, and personal journey, but an intimate ASMR experience intended to evoke physical sensations in the body.
Boston based artist Ruby Rose Fox is a cultural messenger of our turbulent modern times. Her music is as sonically compelling as it is subversive, packed with lyrics that reflect and challenge our current political state, from #metoo
to the mass-shooting crisis.
Part actress, director, and writer, Fox has never shied away from inventive ways to approach her art. On June 22 Ruby Rose Fox will release her sophomore album Salt, an utterly cinematic piece of experimental pop that features dense soundscapes built to accompany Fox’s wall-shattering vocals.
The sonically-rich record is enhanced via ASMR microphones that were used during the recording, resulting in an ASMR-sensitive body of emotional, political, and personal songs—which when listened to with headphones—produces a next-level experience for the listener. Salt is the follow-up to Ruby Rose Fox’s debut album Domestic which reached number 8 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart.
As part of our Summer Thursdays
, the third Thursdays of June, July, and August, experience some of Boston's best live music in a way like never before — in the immersive world of the Planetarium. Each month a new live act will play a set of fan favorites – fusing together their music with innovative visuals created by the Planetarium team. These promise to be incredible one-night-only shows that you won't want to miss!
All Summer Thursdays programs are for audiences 18+.
June 21: Jaggery
July 19: STL GLD
August 16: Ruby Rose Fox
Seating is general admission, so we encourage you to arrive early to guarantee your party is seated together. Doors to the theater will open 10 minutes prior to the start time. Late seating will be accommodated when possible.