Paul Bliven, an electronic music producer of progressive house, is the sole artist behind Fello Transit. First and foremost Paul is a producer. But he can also DJ a live show. Fello Transit’s debut album is available now in stores online and on this website.
Fello Transit was born from Paul’s love of the synthesizer. Depeche Mode’s “Policy of Truth” highly piqued his interest in electronic music. Some of Paul’s favorite composers—James Horner, Hans Zimmer, James Newton Howard and Joseph Trapanese, also source the synthesizer to create their vast soundscapes. His passion for the synthesizer’s unlimited sound design inspired Paul to start producing his own electronic music.
Paul’s journey began at the age of 13 when he got to play a friend’s guitar and fell in love with the ability to create music. He asked his dad for a guitar and the deal was that as long as Paul earned half, his dad would fund the rest. Within six weeks Paul earned the money he needed to get that guitar. He’s been playing ever since.
Having been born and raised in Los Angeles, Paul has had inside access to the music industry his whole life. He attended Musicians Institute in Hollywood for audio engineering. Grammy Award Winner Steve Vai hired Paul to work at his Mothership Studio as a recording engineer. Paul is credited on three of Steve’s albums. The opportunity to work with Steve inspired Paul to write his own music. He began writing and producing for television, advertising and film. Currently he has production music placed with Pacifica Music. Several of his compositions have been placed in various media spots.
Paul lives in Los Angeles with the loves of his life, Celeste, Isabella and Audrey—his wife and their two puppies.
“Music is how we celebrate life and each other. It's what elevates our weddings, parties, and gatherings. Music brings people together and transports us to our highest state of being! I’m so grateful I get to be a part of creating that.”
Paul Bliven, Fello Transit