They say that music is the language of the soul, and nothing could be truer for this Singer-songwriter Paul Moleta aka INSEEK

Composed and inspirational INSEEK has earned his reputation as a talented songwriter, recording artist and live act.

Not only his music has an authentic feel, the transference of feeling and emotion is delivered with absolute passion, heart and soul.

Having recently recorded at Windmill Lane Studio/The Mill Studio in Dublin 2018 with producer Ger McDonnell, holding credits working with U2, Def Leppard, Kasabian, INSEEK delivers a unique and distinct blend of accessible original music with a truly broad appeal.

INSEEK’s newest singles Hypnotized and Waiting for love will kick-start 2019 with both music videos launching on VEVO in February following a tour for Europe’s spring/summer.


2014 Paul along with Band Mokoan support The Steven Walter Children’s Cancer Foundation. Organising a fundraising event, the boys launch their EP “The Story Begins” donating all proceeds from the evening toward the foundation. The event was proudly supported by local and interstate acts, family, friends, sponsors and local community. The event was held at The Epping Hotel Vic.

Participates in voluntary perfromances for The Relay for life events to this current day.

26th Janauray 2015 “DON’T LET IT GO” features on Triple M’s Australia Day Promo “The Big Day In”

2018 Supported by sponsors INSEEK aims to reach and support music, arts, horticultural and connecting culture through music. The campaign was launched through the ACF(Creative Partnerships Australia)


Where does the name INSEEK come from?

INSEEK was given as a nickname by a long time friend Joe Rambaldi.

PRESS RELEASE (Emergenza Fest April 2014):Megan Cipollini

Today’s Classic Power Pop Rock & Power Ballard’s: Rock band Mokoan mixes influences from the to 80’s to today’s power pop rock to get their own unique brand of rock and roll, an eclectic mix of sounds to the 21st century—that inform their original music, but the one common denominator is rock and roll.

Checkout song “Don’t Let It Go” to get an idea of what we’re talking about. Feedback and Ramones style distorted power chords starts this song off before it breaks into a high on the neck power pop riff. Then the fast-paced, positive feeling melody— of original tunes “One Way Destination” brings in a pop punk vibe in the distorted guitar riff and an understated vocal delivery, which helps the song build up slowly until it all opens up in the chorus with huge guitar and synth sounds and a singer who just wails—it’s clear that Mokoan performs every single one of his songs with heart and soul……………Megan Cipollini.

                  For more information visit http://www.inseekmusic.com





1.    Our direct licensing guidelines

1.1. These are the direct licensing guidelines of Paolo Moleta (Inseek).

At present we do not have the capacity to directly license any of our sound recordings or music videos for public performance or transmission.

1.2. Given the legal and administrative costs involved with direct licensing we are unable to offer direct licenses at competitive rates for public performance or transmission.

We will review our position every 12 months to consider whether the size and skill base of our organization enables us to engage in direct licensing.

1.3. In the meantime, if you require a license for the public performance or transmission of one of our sound recordings or music videos you should contact the Phonographic Performance Company of Australia (PPCA) at www.ppca.com.au or call (02) 8569 1111.

1.4. If you wish to provide any feedback or comments on our direct licensing policy, please emailcontact@inseekband.com


Don’t forget to contact APRA AMCOS to see if you also require a license from them for the use of the musical works and lyrics. See www.apra.com.au or call APRA AMCOS on 1300 852 388 to find out more.





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