MPeach, aka Mariana Martín Capriles, is a Venezuelan multi-disciplinary artist based in Brooklyn. She bridges her prowess as a vocalist, producer, songwriter, director, editor, motion designer, and DJ to create multimedia experiences that carry cultures through space and time in an exhilarating chromatic journey of vision and sound. Her music currently intertwines electronic sounds and strong basses with rhythms rooted in traditional Venezuelan music. Throughout her career, she's been interested in exploring the sounds of Latin America, the Caribbean, and Africa and the possibilities of these sounds in new electronic territories.
She has completed art installations at BRIC Contemporary Art (Brooklyn, NY) with Anita Pantin, collaborated with the Joshua Light Show at their Abrons Center Residency, participated in group shows at One Art Space (NYC) and Safari Gallery in Soho (NYC), and was a collaborator for Thanushka Yakupitiyage's installation for "Open Call' at The Shed (NY).
MPeach has toured across the United States, Latin America, and Europe, with highlights including SXSW, Boston's Museum of Fine Arts, Brooklyn Museum, and the "Por El Medio De La Calle" Music Festival. She has released music with Dutty Artz, Abstractor, NWLA, Interscope, Majia, and her imprint PEACHTOWN. Furthermore, she has music in several official motion picture soundtracks, including "Skate Kitchen" by award-winning director Crystal Moselle.
She has created visual work for brands such as Boiler Room, VH1,
Spin, Smirnoff, Laura Mercier, Academy Award-winning actress
Lupita Nyong'o, Grammy winner Los Amigos Invisibles, and has directed music videos for many of her songs.