“In DUMBO this morning, Brooklynite Xenia Rubinos rocked two synths and a tape looping machine playing her unique blend of bi-lingual punk, soul and electronica.”

Brooklyn Home Companion
“Brooklyn music crush du jour: Xenia Rubinos. Like MIA (sans the political posturing) meets MiMi from Rent, singing Cuban & Puerto Rican children’s rhymes on top of weird keyboard beats. And, somehow, that is much more pleasant and exciting than it sounds.”

Delicious Scopitone
“Native from Cuba, living in Brooklyn, Xenia Rubinos makes experimental art, notably works with video-maker-musician-singer Nobuko Hori, played with an experimental jazz trio, Technicolor Radio Show, organizes shows she calls « Gowanus Creative Sessions » in her own flat, but, please, do her a favour, bring the drinks.”

“Vocalist and composer Xenia Rubinos brings us an interesting performance filled with video, music and more. Her indie and pop style are ready to blown your mind with fun and teasing narratives. Among her influences are Bjork, Los Munequitos de Matanzas, Radiohead, Jose Marti, La Lupe and more. The “Elephant Songs” talks about the long term memory we posses as human beings and takes you into a tribal atmosphere.”

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