Seapora is an eclectic musical artist who exudes a beautiful combination of soul infused tribal and bohemian sensibilities fused with metropolitan electronic flare. She has been collaborating with producers and musicians around the world and combining different vocal styles with a dynamic group of music genres. Seapora has been devoted to creating ethereal and upbeat, heart pounding music as well as melancholy, electronic indie style compositions. Her music creates a fusion between the industrial, fast moving city culture and the natural landscapes of the forest and ocean. Seapora, originally from California, credits the topography of her homeland for the resonance she feels with the natural realm as well as big city living.
From an early age, Peter Farr, best known for his alias Urple Eeple was playing the guitar with a passion and had an early love for blues, jazz and rock music. In his formative years, Peter began frequenting underground warehouse parties and became turned onto electronic music. He became enamored with early rave culture and it’s departure from the status quo. In the years to come Peter would spend countless hours playing synthesizers and learning the art of sound engineering and music production.
When Peter was in college he joined the collective “The Chillage” which met together on a weekly basis to critique each other’s songs. The members of this group would eventually form the prominent west coast record label, “Chillage Records.” During this time Peter would release his first EP, “Proper Fornication” and go on to release a number of singles on successful compilations. Since then Peter has played many West Coast festivals and has shared the stage with the likes of Si Begg, ODESZA, Haywyre, Freddy Todd, Plastician, Thriftworks, Grimecraft, Joker, Deltron 3030, Brillz, Starkey, Dev79, G Jones and more.
To date, Urple Eeple is a vehicle for Peter to consistently deliver music that contains cutting-edge rhythms, ear-pleasing sounds and melodies that are emotionally moving. In his forthcoming Urple Eeple EP, “Lost in Motion,” Peter has combined thick and warm retro synths with luscious chord work, and intricate rhythms that will satisfy the most avid of beat junkies.