As an educator and composer Paul works in Northern California empowering humans of all ages to make music. His current performance mode is The Healing Concert with concert violinist Robin Mayforth, a monthly event exploring contemporary classical, minimalism and intentional songs with audience soundings.
With six full length albums to their credit, Noya and Godwin have brought their sonic visions to audiences throughout the world. Continuing to explore new horizons, the pair meet each year in a new country to collaborate with artists, record and perform new work.
Among Venezuela's electronic musical pioneers, Miguel's influential first album, "Gran Sabana" has been in continual release since 1984. As an advocate for South American ambient, Noya has influenced the next generation of musicians with his expansive, visionary soundscapes.
Dogon pioneered online collaboration with the first ever transcontinental concert via internet "Netloops" in 1996. Dogon have been awarded artist residencies at SPAM! (Italy), Fylkingen (Sweden) & Obras (Portugal). With musicians Zoe Keating, Kai Eckhardt, Jhno and Guy Gershoni, Dogon appeared at SFMoma in a collaboration for the opening of the Sol LeWitt retrospective.
The pair's latest collaboration was created and recorded during 2016-17 in Portugal, Italy and Estonia. The EP forges soundscapes set in cobbles and stork factories with inspiration from The Book of Disquiet by Fernando Pessoa. Due out 2018.
Miguel has created a sound installation at Venice Biennale, performed at EXPO Lisboa and throughout the Americas and Europe. He has pioneered multi-channel sound environments wherever he appears. Miguel likes to create original sounds with tools such as Supercollider and has pioneered a Tai-chi style music controller using XBox Kinect, called "Sonic Wind."