Self-Produced album "Process: A story of human capacity" released 10.21.21
After almost 2 full years since his last release, Eric Paul has finally dropped his first self-produced album on 10.21.21. The album is a 12 song collection of very open, real perspectives from the mind of Paul. Worth noting is that no vocal correction was used on these songs. It takes a very raw approach in recording style, and sound. When asked about this, Paul responded:
"I want this album to resonate on a human level. What's more human than imperfection? Aren't we all just trying to better ourselves and present ourselves in the best form possible?! I wanted to keep this raw, to sound like I'm performing these songs right in front of you, in the moment."
Although Paul produced the entire album, it was mastered by Michael Ulliman at Left of Center Music in Atlanta, GA. Another thing to speak on is Paul's evolved style of songwriting. This album shows a real growth in Paul as an artist, and songwriter. So go ahead and give it a listen!
In the Press
Eric Paul's EP "Killer" reviewed in Little Village Magazine
The EP, released in October 2018, was recently reviewed by Iowa City/Cedar Rapids publication, "Little Village." It received many compliments and only bolsters Eric Paul's vision and career.
To read the review, please click the link below.
Eric Paul's second EP, "Killer," is a grittier turnaround from his 2014 debut, self-titled EP. Recorded, mixed, and produced by Nashville's best kept secret, Logan Schlegel, "Killer" really became a collaborative effort between not only Eric and Logan, but also co-producer Chad Bell, and musicians Sean McDonald (drums) and John Davis (Bass).
A change from the cleaner tones and stylings of his 2014 debut EP, this second release leads you on a grinding path that leans towards a more "real-life" experience. A lot of soul went into this work of Rock 'n' Roll art, and its catchy riffs and hooks will stick with you after you experience the sound. It's not one to put down.
"Killer" is a true glimpse into the heart and soul of Eric as an artist and human being. Various life experiences helped mold these songs, and you get to see the world through Eric's eyes. Enjoy the audible journey!