Paul Newhouse has grown to become an international DJ in a relatively short time span. His interest in the DJ world began when he moved from his hometown of Dublin to live in Germany at the early age of 17. Paul was blown away by their underground dance scene and spent many hours studying DJ's such as Paul Van Dyk, Roland, Tanith and Moby. The two-year experience in Germany led him to purchase his first set of decks in 1993 at the age of 21.
In 1995 Paul secured his first ever gig at "The Asylum", one of Dublin's first and most famous underground clubs, after previously just playing at private parties. Playing at "The Asylum", on the top floor, for approximately 6 months before progressing to Radio where he secured a spot on Kiss FM in 1997. By 1998 Paul was playing a regular two slots a week for a show called "The Classic Collection" and "The Sunday Session", both on Kiss FM.
During this time Paul progressed his knowledge in other areas also and worked part-time for an Irish Dance Magazine called "Uproar" where he published photographs and wrote articles about the current dance scene. Also developing his knowledge in music production and attended a Dance Music Business Program, and just recently getting his Advanced Diploma in Music Tech., which has provided him with the all round experience and skills required to play at international level.
In 2001 Paul contacted Pulseradio.net, (voted no.1 internet radio station 2000), and shortly afterwards, he started his own show. He also became station rep. for the UK/Ireland, posting record reviews/interviews and music articles. This position went on for 2 years, and then Paul took a break to concentrate on his home studio, where he is constantly improving his recording skills.
Paul's musical tastes are varied and wide, however, he specializes in playing Tribal/Tech-House, House, Funky -house, Progressive House/Trance and Trance in the many forms that it is available.
His main influences are the likes of Danny Tenaglia, Sasha, John Digweed, Evolution, Paul Van Dyk, Oliver Lieb and Timo Mass, which when you hear Paul play is reflected in his music.