I am proud to say that I have now seen Ruby Rose DJ twice over the last few months. Once in Vegas and once in Seattle. My first round with Ruby was at a night-time pool party in Vegas; I was half-naked and the pool was full of bros. If you were lucky (and blonde), one of these bros may have invited you into his VIP booth, a mere two-feet away from Miss Ruby Rose herself.
Last month when she was in Seattle, I was wearing slightly more clothes and Foundation Nightclub was packed with a sold out crowd. Unsurprisingly, her fan base happens to be approximately 90% lesbian and if you were a girl that wanted to make out with another random girl, this show was the time and place to do it. Not that I did… (*Wink wink*) My point is that Ruby Rose has a lot of lady-loving fans in Seattle and they all came out (pun intended) for her show.
None of these so-called fans probably cared about her talent as a DJ and I’d bet that only half of these people even had any knowledge of electronic or dance music prior to this show. It’s okay though, because going to a Ruby Rose show is more about novelty than talent anyways. That’s not to say she’s a terrible DJ; I thought she did pretty well actually. She played a lot of deep house and electro house, two genres that aren’t my favorite but I was still able to have a great time. I’m certain the vibes were good because everyone was so excited to be in Rose’s ‘holy’ presence. At least, that’s what I assumed. It’s hard to detect anything but good vibes when you spend an entire night making out with Seattle’s entire Ruby Rose fan club.
I guess the moral of this story is that if you’re a female wanting to make out with a bunch of other excited females, go hang out at a Ruby Rose concert.
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