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"The fusion of styles allows Ease Up to create fresh sounding music that slips unnoticed into the body lifting the spirits and should be medically approved as an anti-depressant."
“I hope “Ease Up” never eases up in their pursuit to keep putting out quality music. I have no reason to believe they will, so far its all gold. ”
"The San Diego-based reggae group was perfect for the hazy afternoon slot at the Battle of the Bands Stage. Calling to mind the surfy sounds of Sublime or, more recently, the Dirty Heads, it was difficult to resist the urge to nod along with the stony bassline."
“Ease Up has been under new management since February and is gearing up for a big year in 2013. In addition, they are in the middle of recording a new album and have a new single that just recently hit the web. Their newest single is titled, “Number One” and was produced at what has become one of the hottest spots in the reggae music scene to record at…You guessed it! I am talking about Costa Mesa, California’s one and only 17th Street Recording Studios with Lewis Richards.”