Hailing from France, Paul Noguès started tweaking art on PCs in the early 2Ks. After directing a few short films he transitioned smoothly to music (playing bass, synths and some guitar) and released two library records in 2004. Flabbergasted by the genre he opened dedicated music blogs to post the vinyl rips done by the library freaks community. At that time he discovered all the forgotten genuises compositorz of the genre (Jean-Pierre Decerf, Cecil Leuter, Alan Hawkshaw, Keith Mansfield..) and the labels history (Selected Sound, Telemusic, Themes or KPM). Right there he got all the needed sampling material to create serious stuff on his own; one could summarize his early attempts to sampled acoustic drums mixed with vintage synths (ARP, Moog, Korg - you gat to love them all!).
Over the years the Electro and Italo took over in his music vault and creations and he started using FM synths, drum machines and Musique Concrète samples.
Composer for movies, radio and TV he's also publishing DIY records.