For Immediate Release: SIRPAUL™ Releases New Single “Kiss Me, Kill Me”


The new SIRPAUL™ single “Kiss Me, Kill Me” is the theme song from the Original Soundtrack to the Spellbound Productions Movie Kiss Me, Kill Me. The song was written and produced SIRPAUL™ and pays homage to the infamous James Bond theme song “A View To A Kill” by Duran Duran. The film is a gay murder mystery set in West Hollywood. SIRPAUL™ makes his motion picture debut in the movie as himself, performing”Kiss Me, Kill Me” in a nightclub. EQ Music says the song “lets you know what to expect from the film before you even step foot into the cinema. Pure. ADRENALINE.” The soundtrack features the new single, plus music from Jonathan Dinerstein, Oscar Loya, Ray Isaac, Adrian Michaels & Adam Joseph.

Kiss Me, Kill Me also features Gale Harold, Van Hansis, Matthew Ludwinski, Jai Rodriguez & Shangela from RuPaul’s Drag Race. Currently making the rounds on the Independant Film Festival circuit, the movie is receiving lots of attention as it marks Queer As Folk star Gale Harold’s first time playing a gay lead character since the popular TV show came to an end in 2005. “Kiss Me, Kill Me” by SIRPAUL™ is available on iTunes worldwide now.

Listen to SIRPAUL “Kiss Me, Kill Me” on YouTube

Download SIRPAUL “Kiss Me, Kill Me” on iTunes


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Armand Deluxe – “Touch Me” feat. SIRPAUL™ breaks the iTunes International Top 10!!!

Armand Deluxe “Touch Me” feat. SIRPAUL breaks the iTunes International Top 10!!!


The brand new single from Armand Deluxe “Touch Me” feat. SIRPAUL is blowing up on leading music blogs and dominating Top 10 Charts WORLDWIDE!  Here’s what people are saying:

EQMusicBlog : “it’s quite obvious that this collaboration was designed for one thing only – to get you moving on the dancefloor.”

Album Confessions : “Production is top notch, lyrics are naughty and just how I like them, and SIRPAUL steals the spotlight with another great, addictive performance. “Touch Me” has the possibility of hitting in big, I can already imagine the club scene when this song plays.”

MyFizzyPop : “An insidious groove has you shimmying along while SIRPAUL’s danceatron vocals give the song a real urging feel, bringing those lyrics to life in the most amazing, hedonistic way you could wish for.”

Watch SIRPAUL perform “Touch Me” LIVE at Revolver Video Bar in Los Angeles on April 12, 2013 HERE:


SIRPAUL™ Performs LIVE at the Poptronik Festival in Sitges, Spain 2012



SIRPAUL™ Performed a whopping 4 TIMES at the first ever Poptronik Festival in Sitges, Spain September 1st & 2nd 2012.  Created by the joining of the forces behind & Aztec Records, Poptronik is the beginning of something SIRPAUL describes as “quite magical.”  The electropop artist performed a tight set of his most popular singles as well as his soon to be released new single “Glow”.  Poptronik featured some of the most exciting new artists in the international electropop scene – Garcon Garcon, Nina, Woman E, Adam Tyler, Electrovamp, Andy Bell of Erasure, Monarchy, Mickey Cupid, Prince Persona, Johnny Lazer, Parralox, Phil Marriot, Sudha from Faithless, Barb@zul, Disco Damage, Lady Gaga’s DJ Fernando Garibay, Yall, Markus Riva, Scissor Sisters DJ Sammy Jo with Adam Joseph and Cazwell.

Check out these EXCLUSIVE video clips of SIRPAUL™ *LIVE* at the Poptronik Festival in Sitges 2012:

SIRPAUL™ “Glow” LIVE at Poptronik Festival in Sitges 2012

SIRPAUL™ “Body Connection” LIVE at Poptronik Festival in Sitges 2012

SIRPAUL™ “Do U” LIVE at the Poptronik Festival in Sitges 2012

SIRPAUL™ “Going Down in La-La Land” LIVE at Poptronik Festival in Sitges 2012

SIRPAUL™ “Glow” LIVE on *DAY 2* of the Poptronik Festival in Sitges 2012

SIRPAUL™ “Body Connection” LIVE on **DAY 2** of the Poptronik Festival in Sitges 2012



SIRPAUL “The Horse” Album Review by EQ

Original Post can be found [HERE]


Album Review: “The Horse” by SIRPAUL


By Mandy Rogers / Photo By Michael Young

The Chinese may have declared this to be the Year Of The Dragon, but in terms of popular music there has been a likeminded physic wave of thought that has been coming to light over the past few weeks.  We’re not horsing around!  An equine theme has been emerging, most noticeably The Scissor Sisters announced a follow-up single to “Shady Love”, called “Only The Horses”  but there are a few others bobbing about out there too.

There’s one artist that we care too write about a lot, as for us, his music continually hits our hot spot. When it comes to dance synth pop, he’s bang on trend of it, and it seems new album out, SIRPAUL has pulled in a fortuitous stroke with naming his new album “The Horse”, even though he obviously didn’t know so when he was working on it.

We have had the immense pleasure to listen through SIRPAUL’s forthcoming long player “The Horse” and in turn present to you our review of it.

Of course, SIRPAUL hasn’t put out an album here, dedicated to majestic four legged animals, “The Horse” picks out and represents a metaphor for the running theme of the album, of universal love.  As an Out Gay Artist  SIRPAUL has very much created his own style of cleverly accruing tongue in cheek and tastefully sexually cultured audioporn content, (for want of a better of description), that brings out a good showing of saucy, sassy and playful, but with the underlying love themed momentum running throughout. As with SIRPAUL’sprevious album “Music and Me”, where sexual audio imagery and music went hand in hand,  “The Horse” follows on in bringing out the music on this – as CSS would have put it as,Music is “the” HOT  HOT sex. Nothing beats a filthy bass line, and a bit of sassy in my preferred electro pop opinion!

The album seamlessly wends its way from beginning to its 15 track end, encountering and capturing a sonic spectrum of the 80’s sounds, fired from the off by a rolling nu-wave dance introduction of “Ride” into the Hi-NRG push of “Human Machine” and thirdly into a drop down of bass line bump and grinding on newly released single “Body Connection” featuring New York Rapper Loco Ninja, that tops off with a semi prominent spacey synth hook, which if my ears do not deceive me, SIRPAUL is masterfully pulling a cheeky play on Rod Stewart’s  “Do Ya Think I’m Sexy”!

Well now, the answer to that I just cannot divulge – so best you just listen on the track!

Hot stepping it into the disco – “King Of The World”, first touches in on some Pet Shop Boy’s inspirational sound bytes that runs through on “Glow” and other tracks further down the line, but on “King Of The World” it’s very much a “Go West” vibe that emanates and shakes it’s disco tail.

As we hit “Lay It On Me” we’ve clicked in on the late 80’s American wave of mirror ball spinning synth charged melody, which kicks back in again later down the line on the album on “Dark Beat” – both are going to take a good number of it’s listeners back to their school disco days.

For all the album’s coherent disco and 80’s representation it’s track “Like A Horse” that I feel beats from a different drum, more of a progression into the 90’s, with a distinct indie pop bounce about it, rather like The Verve’s Bitter Sweet Symphony” – quite different from anything else I’ve heard from SIRPAUL before, but it completely works and it’s a definite album highlight for me. An indie pop interlude and straight back onto the Studio 54 disco dance floor with us on “To The Beat Of My Heart” , which was put out as a taster a few weeks ago, which we jumped to review  (see the review here)

Every album brings in a slowie or two, “The Horse” is no exception, it has two “Nude” and slinky ballad “In Your Eyes”, which of the two shows off SIRPAUL’s accomplished musicality to full perfection.  To my mind “In Your Eyes” is SIRPAUL’s finest moment yet.

What can we say about “5th Pocket” well, there’s always room for a little bit of camp, in my book, especially when it’s so fun, flirty and not too serious of itself!

On my first listen through of this album, it was next up on the listing “Strict”, that boldly shone out, for one thing with it’s forthright lyrics and uberly sexilicious bass line pound, but moreover, that I felt this track would be an absolute fit for Duran Duran’s Simon Le Bon’svoice, not that SIRPAUL doesn’t in anyway sell it, because he does, but to hear Simon Le Bon sing this, would be amazing I think! 

As the album draws in, one more turn around the home of disco, studio 54 with us, with it’s cowbells at the ready – the complete disco recipe brews up on “Hardcore Crazy”.

To close on “Universal Love”, with what I would term as a return to SIRPAUL’s signature sound, stemming from previous album “Music and Me”, this is the most identifiable track to anything that has foregone before the release of “The Horse” album and aptly as an album closer, completes a circle.

If you are crazy mad on synth pop, or enjoy very good pop to bop too, “The Horse” whilst an accomplished music piece, is not pretentious of it’s polish, it’s fun with a capital F and although it is 15 tracks long it’s careful to shift it’s dynamics too keep the listener engaged, bolstering broad appeal to the wide music consumer market.

 Last word on it – It’s quite something you should buy it!

“The Horse” by SIRPAUL will be released on April 3rd and will be available via iTunes.