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Paul Fidalgo and the Conflict of Interest

Paul Fidalgo and the Conflict of Interest

Paul Fidalgo and the Conflict of Interest


A New Jersey native and current denizen of Washington, D.C., Paul Fidalgo hopes his sounds will reach beyond the walls of his Facebook page, as he releases his musical material out into the wild for ego validation on a wide scale. Assembled from a wide range of influences from Ben Folds to the Postal Service, from They Might Be Giants to Toad the Wet Sprocket, the music of Paul Fidalgo and the Conflict of Interest is smart and irreverent, with a major emphasis on melody and hooks - in other words, pleasure for the temporal lobe. Read more on Last.fm
A New Jersey native and current denizen of Washington, D.C., Paul Fidalgo hopes his sounds will reach beyond the walls of his Facebook page, as he releases his musical material out into the wild for ego validation on a wide scale. Assembled from a wide range of influences from Ben Folds to the Postal Service, from They Might Be Giants to Toad the Wet Sprocket, the music of Paul Fidalgo and the Conflict of Interest is smart and irreverent, with a major emphasis on melody and hooks - in other words, pleasure for the temporal lobe. Paul's first album, "Paul is Making Me Nervous," was released independently in 2004, and took the Shakespeare-watching college girl audience by storm. Since then, two EPs, "Evidence of Absence" and "Jut" have been released online, and a second full-length album project is in the works. Paul is an unsigned artist, but he has a pen handy just in case. Come and download lots of free tracks from Paul Fidalgo and the Conflict of Interest at http://music.paulfidalgo.com. You can do him a solid by recommending his music at Amie Street (http://amiestreet.com/paulfidalgo) and iTunes.

* * * Paul is also a professional actor and secularist blogger. His blog, Bloc Raisonneur, lives at http://blocraison.blogspot.com, and he has a column at http://www.examiner.com/x-4275-Secularism-Examiner. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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