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Mariana Martín Capriles aka MPeach, is a Venezuelan multi-disciplinary artist living in Brooklyn, NY. As a musician, record producer, DJ, and audiovisual artist, the Caracas native intertwines electronic sounds and strong bass with rhythms rooted in traditional Venezuelan music. Having built a body of work rooted in exploring the sounds of Latin America, the Caribbean, and Africa -- and the possibilities of these sounds in new electronic territories -- MPeach lives in the liminal borderlands of honoring traditional folk sounds rooted in rich cultural histories and the future of Latin American sound, driven by chasing rhythms that create joy and make people dance. By engaging Venezuelan folk music as a tradition that remains alive and evolving, she challenges stagnant notions of authenticity by creating work that is responsive to the forces that shape its creators, listeners, and dancers, using electronic music as one more vehicle for the preservation of folk tradition in the collective memory.


She has toured across the United States, Latin America, and Europe. MPeach has released music with Dutty Artz, Abstractor, NWLA, Interscope, Majia, On the Corner, and her imprint PEACHTOWN. Her music is in several official motion picture soundtracks, including "Skate Kitchen" by award-winning director Crystal Moselle. She recently performed alongside Arca, Cardopusher / Safety Trance, Dj Baba, Dj Yirvin, and Phran at the first-ever Boiler Room in Caracas, Venezuela.


She's participated in art installations at BRIC Contemporary Art (Brooklyn, NY), Abrons Center with the Joshua Light Show Residency, One Art Space (NYC), Centro Cultural Chacao, and "Open Call' at The Shed (NY).


In her year working as a Motion Graphics Artist and Video Editor in NY, she worked with major agencies, creative studios, and brands such as McCann and 72andSunny, Picture Farm Ataboy, Verizon, CocaCola, Microsoft, Mastercard, VH1, Spin, Smirnoff, Laura Mercier, NARS, Revlon, and Academy Award-winning actress Lupita Nyong'o.



Mariana Martin Capriles


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