Music Crowns

The Filtered Excellence


Niji Magazine

Neon Music 


Apple News

Honest Mum


Aruba Red is interviewed as part of the Honest Mum 'Wonderful Women Series' 


Tinnitist includes 'Wild Woman' in their 62 Songs For Your Long Weekend Soundtrack


Aruba captured the magic and power of the sounds for this unique recording and its fiery and uplifting lyrics that bear so much significance for the ongoing challenges women face within the patriarchal paradigm and birthing in the system

The Hype Magazine 

The Hype Magazine cover Aruba Red's latest single, 'Wild Woman'

We Are The City

We Are The City interview Aruba Red as part of their Inspirational Woman Series. 



Gigsoup speak to Aruba Red to find out her inspiration behind her songs. 

London TV

 London TV  writes about the 2 'Butterfly' remixes released

The Noise Gate

The Noise Gate writes about 'Butterfly' remixes

Talk Radio

Jamie East interviews Aruba Red and plays 'Butterfly' at 2.20pm

Essentially Pop

On Aruba Red, Essentially Pop said, 'As Aruba sings, the beautiful mix of her vocals and the waves of the melodies wash over you like the sea over your toes. And, in much the same way, you feel worries being drawn away with each wave.'

Vents Magazine premieres 'Butterfly' visuals

‘Butterfly’ is drenched with Aruba’s inimitable, soulful and serene style, building up to an uplifting crescendo of beats and ecstatic vibes.


Blasting News

Blasting News interviews Aruba Red on her inspiration behind her music

The Noise Gate 

The Noise Gate covers Aruba Red's charity single, 'Search For The Hero'

UK Music: Post COVID Resilience 

Aruba Red gives a telling account on COVID and how to remain resilient.  

'I have been embracing the art of surrender - the knowing that we cannot control the impact of covid-19 on the music industry, but we can remain deeply connected with our creativity, fluidity and adaptability, forging new ways to connect with people.'

N8 Communicator Magazine

Aruba Red was featured in the The Music Connection
feature in the N8 Communicator Magazine


Morning Star

Live review of Aruba Red and Friends
11th March 2020

Niji Magazine

Online review 
Niji Magazine called Shadow Work 'a beautifully produced body of work featuring Aruba’s distinctive vocals supported by a cast of incredibly talented musicians'

Pauze Radio

Online review 
Steve Topple, reviewing for Pauze Radio called Shadow Work 'another triumphant release from Red. Musically progressive, it takes styles that have come before it and drives them into new territory, creating a thoroughly modern, Neo Soul sound. '

Penny Black Music 

Online review of Blue
‘Blue’ changes something personal and painful into a shared and transformative experience. Despite the subject matter, there is a very positive feel to this latest work by Aruba Red.


At The Barrier

'Why I Love...' feature written by Aruba Red 

Spiral Earth

4 **** review for Shadow Work


Shadow Work Review

There are shades of Kate Bush in the phrasing of a few of the vocal breaks, and you may not be able to lose that thought as you listen through. Other influences are less obvious. If you really want to put it in a box, this is probably a work of 'progressive jazz blues hip hop', although 'alternative' would probably do.

Northern Sky

4 star review for Shadow Work 

Listening to these songs can fill you with sadness, but at the same time, a good deal of hopeful optimism.

At The Barrier

Review of Shadow Work 

Aruba Red has created a great selection of songs on Shadow Work that can comfort, console, and give hope to anyone. Licks of Erykah Badu, Prince, Nitin Sawhney (a mentor to Aruba Red) and Portishead all coalesce to make a delightful mix.