After almost giving up on being a DJ, Eats Everything popularity just doesn’t seem to stop growing. Following being voted top British DJ by DJ Mag in 2012, a two place jump in Resident Advisor’s...

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acid house music EarPeace Interviews: K.Flay

K.Flay is a badass- pure and simple. Stanford educated, Kristine Flahery turned what started as a casual musical experiment into a full-time career.  Combining her eclectic and progressive blend of hip-hop, electronica and indie rock...

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We caught the Seattle based band, Ivan and Alyosha, at their Troubadour show to talk subgenres, dream collaborations and The Brothers Karamazov. Note: Interview is with Tim Wilson, Ryan Carbary and Tim Kim. Tim Kim...

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We sat down with The Maine before their show at the Fonda last Wednesday to talk musical inspirations, their new EP and their opinions of Los Angeles. EarPeace: Do you guys feel like your “new...

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Monday night at the Fonda was an incredible night of inspiring musicianship and raucous crowd singalongs. EarPeace went to check out one of our favorite kick ass women in music today, Elisabeth Corrin Maurus, otherwise...

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Last Saturday, EarPeace was stoked to head to The Echo to check out a band that’s been getting a fair amount of buzz in the Los Angeles area. Twin brothers, Fletcher and Wyatt Shears, make...

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Here at EarPeace, we love keeping our ear to ground when it comes to new music and up and coming artists. Our HQ in Los Angeles gives us ample opportunity to catch shows and discover...

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EarPeace went to see French artist Soko (Stéphanie Sokolinski) at the world famous Troubadour in Hollywood for her November 12 show. Known for being a famous French actress who is openly straight edge, vegan and...

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In a New York Times article that was published Nov 16th, Joyce Cohen discusses the implications of the record-breaking noise levels that take place in stadiums. Fan groups such as Volume 12 and Terrorhead Returns...

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