Friday, July 30, 2010

Paul and his new project Mindwalk

Paul (the man to the right in the picture) got a new track for the summer, it's called "More Than a Feelin'". Maybe you will recognize the chorus that is a sample from the classic Boston track with the same name from 1976. It was actually named the 39th best hard rock song of all time by VH1. Paul makes this track in his own way and puts it into the perfect summer vibe when the sun is rising over the crowded dance floor.

Paul - More Than a Feelin'

Then Paul got this new project together with his old friend Pete Herrs (the man to the left in the picture) named Mindwalk. They call the style for Newpop and it's quite more mellow than Paul's other stuff. We at Tracasseur like it, and hope to hear more from this new dynamic duo.

Mindwalk - Let Go

Mindwalk - Time For


L.L.CODY.J said...

Such an epic summer track!! Love the stuff Paul is doing, very inspirational music!!! I added 2 of his tracks to my last DJ mix.... GOOD STUFF!!!!!!!!!!!!

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