John Ruiz, known by his stage name RUBiX, is a Composer and Singer/Songwriter from Tucson, Arizona. Active in the Tucson music scene since the early 2010’s, he released his first EP “RubixxQube and the Top 40 Entourage” in 2012. In 2013, he released the single “Southside Girls,” which received airplay on local radio. The following year, he released “Fall in, Like,” a collaboration with Graciela Rivera. The track was later remixed in collaboration with Tucson Hip Hop artist Marley B, and re released as “Fell in Like,” which went on to receive positive reviews and rotation on local radio. In late 2015, he released “This.Trees ft. Ray Montana,” with an accompanying video, sponsored by Famous Stars and Straps.
His second EP, Interstellular Vibes, was released in February of 2016 on the Beepity Boops Recordings Label. His debut album, Marcus Chambers: a Modern Rock Opera was released on August 9th, 2016, and spawned two successful local singles, “Name Droppin’ Sucka,” and “the Aurora." In 2017, he officially formed RUBiX & the Resistance. RUBiX & the Resistance Released their follow up EP "Stranger" on May 9th of 2017, which spawned the singles "More than Meets the Eye ft. Jaca Zulu," and "Dark Energy ft. Marley B." Their sophomore album, "Space Elevator" was released on October 19th, 2017. The music video for "DamnLove" was received extremely well by the local market, reaching over 13,000 views.