Greg Paulus is a composer/producer and musician currently residing in Brooklyn, New York. He grew up in St. Paul, Minnesota studying jazz and classical trumpet with Joe Cosgrove, Charles Lazarus and at the Walker West Music Academy with Felix James. After attending the Stanford Jazz Residency, he moved to New York City to continue studies with Laurie Frink and Garry Dial at the Manhattan School of Music receiving the Bachelor of Music degree in 2006. During this period he played in jazz clubs in NYC including the Jazz Gallery and Dizzy's Club Coca Cola, and was fortunate to learn and play with artists such as Dave Liebman, Roy Hargrove and Lauryn Hill. Following his studies he moved to brooklyn to concentrate on electronic music and develop skills as a producer. During this time Greg toured with acclaimed indy rock band Beirut. In 2008 Greg and longtime friend Nick DeBruyn started an electronic production team called No Regular Play. No Regular Play was quickly signed to the Wolf + Lamb label based in Brooklyn, and they began to release a string of highly acclaimed 12" vinyl releases including "Owe Me", "Doesn't Matter" and numerous digital packages. In 2010 they began to tour extensively playing in the most highly respected clubs and electronic music venues in the world, including London's Fabric and Berlin's Watergate. In the fall of 2010 Greg began playing trumpet and keyboard in the band of electronic pop sensation Matthew Dear, touring extensively and playing major festivals like the Roskilde Festival and Primavera Sound. Greg has also released under his own name on Wolf + Lamb ("Nightime") and Double Standard Records ("What's Mine Is Yours"). Presently Greg balances his time between producing/performing under his own name and for No Regular Play.