Their lyrics touch on love interests, heartbreak, and anything else they’re feeling. While that throughline stays consistent in their branding visually, their musical ventures are more of a mixed bag. When you hear an Earth, Wind & Fire song, it's usually upbeat or they make you feel something. From Bay Area, California, the group Peach Tree Rascals js formed by Dom (producer/DJ), Isaak, Tarrek, Joseph (vocalists) and Jorge (creative director). And I had to ask him, "Yo, what the fuck? 450 talking about this. 4920 Followers. Nothing is off-limits. Barros: I'd say, The Beatles, they had a way of all putting their collective effort into one and they made it blend in together. "I think you have to look at everything as a whole. They all meet at school and claim to be inspired from various artists including Kendrick Lamar and The Beatles. The track is their final release of 2020 and it has all the elements of a solid wrap-up to an otherwise straining year. Barros: Those chords in "Don't Wanna Fight," the chords in there give the song power for the vocals, as well, to complement them. The LA-based collective making genre-blurring bops. Dom will let us know if something could be better.”. 6th October 2019. Although Peach Tree Rascals has been developing for years, the opportunity to make music full-time felt like a dream until it became a reality. Peach Tree Rascals say their development has been entirely organic. Barros: They're good at putting instruments together and making people dance. That's a direct inspiration to "Fumari." With each member handling different aspects of their work (Dom produces and mixes, Isaac, Tarrek, and Joseph rap and sing, while Jorge acts as creative director), the group blends alternative jazz, funk, and hip-hop into a sound inspired by Kendrick Lamar, Frank Ocean, the Beatles, and John Mayer. He's just rapping so great and amazing and the song is so uptempo, and you really have to pay attention to keep up with the musicality of the song and the subject matter of the lyrics at the same time. Their ethnic backgrounds can be traced across the globe, but vocalists Issac Pech, Tarrek Abdel-Khaliq, Joseph Barros, producer Dominic Pizano, and creative director Jorge Olazaba met during high school in San Jose and all lived within 20 minutes of each other. Peach Tree Rascals. Pizano: I put this one on there because it's funky and ["Fumari"] is funky. I think it's part of making sure we keep true to our brand and self.". Listen to music from Peach Tree Rascals like Mariposa, Things Won't Go My Way & more. "Mariposa" (Spanish for butterfly) is a single by the Bay Area collective Peach Tree Rascals, released on August 28, 2019 by Homemade Projects and 10K Projects. The five-piece group held a quick brainstorming session a week before the song dropped, and their moniker was born. “In the studio, we’re honest and open with each other. It pissed me off,” Pizano said with a laugh. Barros: I would say the rhythm and the energy for that song is the same as "Fumari," but "Fumari" is a little bit more energetic. With the news that Peach Tree Rascals are syncing up with 10K Projects, we can only expect bigger things to come. "Here Comes The Sun" was by George Harrison and they all did their part to make it sound what it needs to be. Peach Tree Rascals From Bay Area, California, the group Peach Tree Rascals js formed by Dom (producer/DJ), Isaak, Tarrek, Joseph (vocalists) and Jorge (creative director). Winter sucks. This is an exact replica of the guitar part for the acoustic version of Mariposa - Peach Tree Rascals. 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For a crew that’s come this far on singles, fans would be particularly excited at the prospect of a larger release – though nothing is confirmed as of yet. The "Fumari" video embodies the kind of serenity you want to dance in; it's carefree in energy without being careless, all while donning fast-paced, handheld camera movements and a plot featuring a very daunting lunchbox thief in a makeshift heist. Photo: Jorge Olazaba. “We’re gonna do a sitcom, or a cartoon, if not both. The group's reckless disregard for boxes and labels has always been a part of the group's approach, down to … That’s the freedom people dream about,” Abdel-Khaliq said. It's early afternoon on a Friday, and the members of Peach Tree Rascals — Dominic Pizano, Issac Pech, Jorge Olazaba, Tarrek Abdel-Khaliq and Joseph Barros — have just woken up, scrambling to make it onto the Zoom call but cracking jokes the minute they connect. Despite the cramped conditions, weak weather resistance, and lackluster equipment, they were ecstatic to have a designated studio space to work in. When Tarrek sings the hook, you can't not sing with it and dance at the same time. “I just wanted to sing all day.”. "Usually, when we make a song, I always really want more strings on it," Pizano said. They've just pulled an all-nighter making music and they are ready to talk about some of their latest work: the single, … You get the upbeat tempo... it makes you feel something. Peach Tree Rascals hit the mainstream when their single, "Mariposa," went viral on TikTok and, though the members believe in the song, it isn't the only track that shines a light on their collective creative power. Just something about right when the song starts, your head starts bobbing and you're in the song and everything just hits in a way where you need to move and everything. "Even though we all come together and have a common ground with our taste in music, we can all listen to the same stuff, we each individually have our own taste and our own inspirations that completely differ from one another," Abdel-Khaliq said. The group's sound is a unique blend of their influences, which include classic greats like Stevie Wonder and Frank Sinatra, with more modern favorites in artists like Kendrick Lamar and Alabama Shakes. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Peach Tree Rascals. Peach Tree Rascals is a five-piece collective comprised of Dom, Isaac, Tarrek, Joseph, and Jorge. Peach Tree Rascals prides themselves on their authenticity, which translates in their music. Produced by Dominic Pizano. It's early afternoon on a Friday, and the members of Peach Tree Rascals — Dominic Pizano, Issac Pech, Jorge Olazaba, Tarrek Abdel-Khaliq and Joseph Barros — have just woken up, scrambling to make it onto the Zoom call but cracking jokes the minute they connect. Pech: Also, picking 10 cars, as far as inspiration for us, there has to be at least one Mac Miller song on there. Send an email to Molly.Heber@latimes.com. Having recently relocated to Southern California, Peach Tree Rascals has come a long way from skipping class and recording in the shed. Pizano: "Fumari" was originally a house song! Pech: Undeniably, once the drums come in, you can't not move your foot up and down at least or bob your head, do a backflip or something. Barros: When I wrote the chords for "Fumari," why I put [this song] is because, once you hear those first chords, it catches your ear instantly and it gives it that attack. “It’s cool to make optimistically sad music when we do, it makes us feel better during those down times.”. That's the kind of song we wanted to make, which is when you start it, you're in the song, you're moving. For now, there’s more than enough to enjoy from Peach Tree Rascals. Orders of this item are expected to ship 5-7 business days from when the order is placed, regardless of shipping method chosen Peach Tree Rascals were formed in the Bay Area by high school friends Dominic Pizano, Jorge Olazaba, Joseph Barros, Tarrek Abdel-Khaliq, and Issac Pech. “I feel there’s a lot of groups that don’t meet the way we met,” Abdel-Khaliq said. Social Media: ptrmusic.co/socials Rascal Mailing List: ptrmusic.co/mailer Merch: ptrmusic.co/store Contact: Alex Valenti: av. To accelerate the group’s workflow, the guys spent an “inhumane amount of hours” building a 10-by-10 foot shed in Pizano’s backyard. Peach Tree Rascals has made it this far just by being themselves, and they’ll continue to succeed by sticking to that formula. “Plus” is the latest single from Peach Tree Rascals, a group of laid-back, California souls. Pech: I put that song because, in the second verse on that, he's rapping like a motherfucker. The group achieved fame with their song, "Mariposa," which went viral on TikTok. 53.7k Followers, 7 Following, 214 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Peach Tree Rascals (@peachtreerascal) Their music has alternative rock, jazz, funk and hip-hop elements. The group has been featured on New Music Friday and has received critical acclaim from Billboard, Pigeons and Planes, and MTV. “Fumari” is about wanting more from life, but eventually taking a step back and realizing what you were craving was right in front of you the whole time. Pizano: Earth, Wind & Fire, they're amazing. “We finished it at six in the morning after being in the studio all night and I knew it was really special. And "Fumari," you get the best of both worlds. Produced by Dominic Pizano. It’s a meta look at the misadventures of self-discovery. All songs accompanied by music videos and limited edition merchandise. Through HS Insider, students are provided the opportunity to join a network of more than 300 schools, attend conferences, apply for internships and reach thousands with their reporting. The group layers their songs with lush chords and peppers their visuals with vivid colors. Pizano: I was about to go to sleep and I walked by Joseph's room and he was playing those chords, and it caught my attention right away. The guys are calculated, focused on their long-term success. The final product, complete with instrumental bliss, makes a meaningful addition to Peach Tree Rascals' discography. (It might not be perfect though because I did it by ear). The name “Peach Tree Rascals” was spontaneous, created in response to a looming release date for their first single. Being broke isn’t cool. Get to know Peach Tree Rascals. And the variety is apparent in their music; songs like "Mariposa," for example, have a vibrant, upbeat take on the Peach Tree Rascals vibe, while tracks such as "Violet" take on a softer tone, both vocally and sonically. Hello and welcome to DIY’s introducing feature, Get To Know… getting you a little bit closer to the buzziest new acts that have been catching our eye as of late, and working out what makes them tick. "For 'Fumari,' it was always empty and it just needed to be filled up." The members of the band are Issac Pech, Tarrek Abdel-Khaliq and Joseph Barros who sing and rap along with their producer/mixer Dominic Pizano and their resident creative Jorge Olazaba. Since we all live in the house together, there are moments every day that we’re like damn, this should be recorded,” Abdel-Khaliq said. Album I can’t wait for you to come my way. They all meet at school and claim to be inspired from various artists including Kendrick Lamar and The Beatles. Peach Tree Rascals. Like the name suggests, Peach Tree Rascals makes genre-blending indie pop that’s generally fun and carefree. Barros added, "It just didn't hit right.". Abdel-Khaliq: That bouncy rhythm, the groovy rhythm and it's just a great song. They don’t like school. Their ethnic backgrounds can be traced across the globe, but vocalists Issac Pech, Tarrek Abdel-Khaliq, Joseph Barros, producer Dominic Pizano, and creative director Jorge Olazaba met during high school in San Jose and all lived within 20 minutes of each other. “My mom is from Manila and my dad is from Boracay. Official Peach Tree Rascals Merch. [Laughs] Me and Tarrek just started dancing for like an hour, and then we were like, "Alright, let's change it up.". Barros: The hook is very catchy on that song, and the same with "Fumari." Likewise, "Fumari" isn't the single song that embodies who the group is; there is more to their sonic picture. With Pizano working as producer and DJ, Olazaba serving as creative director, and the other three members singing, Peach Tree Rascals began putting out music in 2018. But if the "Fumari" visual feels familiar, especially when considering the group's previous creative looks, that's the point. "You can't really showcase us with one song," Abdel-Khaliq said. The group is composed of singer-rappers Isaac Pech, Tarrek Abdel-Khaliq and Joseph Barros as well as producer and mixer … Peach Tree Rascal’s music is as much a sum of its members as it is a sum of their differences. 18 Tracks. They've just pulled an all-nighter making music and they are ready to talk about some of their latest work: the single, "Fumari," and its accompanying visual, which premieres today on PAPER. Member: Ethnicity: Filipino Role: Singer / Vocalist, Songwriter, Musician Instrument: Voice, Guitar Yeah, we are about to cook adobo tonight,” Barros said in an exclusive interview with the group when asked about his Filipino roots. “I never would go to school and then I would just drop my classes two weeks before the semester ended,” Abdel-Khaliq said. The masterminds behind Peach Tree Rascals (from left) Tarrek Abdel-Khaliq, Dominic Pizano, Issac Pech, Joseph Barros and Jorge Olazaba. With Pizano working as producer and DJ, Olazaba serving as creative director, and the other three members singing, Peach Tree Rascals began putting out music in 2018. Peach Tree Rascals are a music collective from San Jose, California. Barros: Same with that, it's the rhythm of that, the drums. "But I do try to keep some semblance of cohesion across my work. They’re confident their organic relationships will carry them to new heights. "It's more so just the type of feeling you get from listening to the song," Pech said. Having launched their group with little more than a few strong tracks and a name, we had the pleasure of talking with the quintet about their creative dynamic and rise to prominence all centered around their incredible new single “Things Won’t Go My Way“. All songs accompanied by music videos and limited edition merchandise. [Laughs]. It wasn't really a house song, we just like—, Barros: We were fucking around and we were like, "Dom, put some house drums on it." Abdel-Khaliq: This is one of my first favorite songs by Russ. That's what I was kind of going for in my verse for "Fumari.". Probably for every song, because he was a pretty versatile artist. Peach Tree Rascals don’t fit a genre and neither does latest track “Things Won’t Go My Way” By Ty Bennett / 14 April 2020, 15:00 BST. It's a constant rhythm where, as if you're in your car, you could bump it and your head will be bumping the whole time. Peach Tree Rascals. What is that?" Stream Tracks and Playlists from Peach Tree Rascals on your desktop or mobile device. Plus Lyrics [Verse 1] Woke up feelin' so cold I don’t wanna go no more I don't wanna learn no code In a class, didn't pass so I dipped home Abdel-Khaliq: Oh yeah! 27th March 2020. Peach Tree Rascals’ brand new single and video, “Summa”, highlights the up-and-comers’ dedication and commitment to interweaving artistic genres into one, cohesive group, and proves that the newer generation of creatives are flipping “mainstream music” on its head. Making “Violet,” one of the group’s more somber releases, helped prove their cohesiveness to themselves and their audience. Peach Tree Rascals, “Fumari” — Peach Tree Rascals wrote “Fumari” to expound on the highs and lows of life while sticking with their iconic alt-jazz R&B sound. “Right now, we can wake up and sing all day. "So, when we like work and each of our inspirations show and we find a way to make it work, it shows all of our influences in one, making it something different than the last one.". Peach Tree Rascals, “Mariposa” — This Bay Area quintet’s genre-blending approach could take it in a plethora of directions, and this time the band ended up with a pop number.With a lo-fi four-on-the-floor drum loop and lackadaisical singing, you might not realize the band has any connection to hop-hop—if not for the sticky flow at play about a quarter of the way in. After honing their crafts individually for some time, they began making music together as high school ended. Peach Tree Rascals say their development has been entirely organic. Their music has alternative rock, jazz, funk and hip-hop elements. It gives it some power behind it. In the spirit of finding common ground, the group created a 10-song playlist that inspired each of them while creating "Fumari." DIY collective Peach Tree Rascals makes music on their own terms. Peach Tree Rascals (@peachtreerascal) • Instagram photos and ... ›, Peach Tree Rascals - Mariposa - YouTube ›, The Artist Turning His Grindr Messages Into Sculptures, Nicole Kidman Needs to Call Tara Reid Back, Sound Off: 10 New Songs You Need to Hear Now, Tony Lopez Sued For Allegedly Soliciting Nudes, Sexual Acts From Minors. “I knew Tarrek had a good voice but I didn’t see how I could work with him. It's like a puzzle, and ['Fumari' is] just another piece of that puzzle.". But Pech is quick to note that calling each track a direct inspiration might be a stretch of the truth. “Dom’s production really started Peach Tree Rascals because he gave us a unique sound that brought us all together as a group,” Abdel-Khaliq said. Regardless if the subject material is positive or negative, their pitched-up vocals always glide over catchy beats. "I try to come up with fun, relatable concepts for every video," Olazaba said. Their plans don’t end with music, as their chemistry could create various other opportunities. They all meet at school and claim to be inspired from various artists including Kendrick Lamar and The Beatles. PLEASE NOTE THAT THERE IS A 5-7 DAY FULFILLMENT TIME. High School Insider is a user-generated content website that enables students to post their stories and report on issues that matter to them and their communities. The song went viral on TikTok, being used for more than 1.6 million videos, and peaked at 13 on the Billboard Hot Alternative Songs chart. “Whatever is going on in our heads will go into the song, so we don’t usually think about how the lyrics match the feel of the song,” Pech said. Olazaba, the visual creative behind Peach Tree Rascals, was inspired by cult classic Pulp Fiction and the music video for "Sabotage" by the Beastie Boys. By Thomas Smith. Interested in getting involved? 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