It comes as a surprise that Edge Of Everything is Paula Temple's debut album. After all, the Berlin-based artist has been a major part of the scene for much of the last two decades, and just about every techno fan is familiar with her punishing sound. Temple has earned her reputation through a very particular style of performing. Using what she calls a hybrid setup, the artist's club sets blur the line between DJing and producing--she layers in samples, and makes edits and remixes on the fly.
The culmination of a resurgent burst of energy after some time away from the scene, Edge of Everything, the debut full-length from respected British producer Paula Temple, solidifies her status as a guiding force of contemporary techno.
Although known for her multi-layered, highly individualized DJ sets and remix work (as well as founding the Noise Manifesto label and co-developing the MXF8 MIDI controller), she's released only a few EPs since her arrival in the early 2000s, so it's pleasing to report that her talents strongly carry ….
Edge of Everything is the long-awaited debut album by Paula Temple, a master of hard techno and a technological innovator whose DJ career stretches back to the '90s. After releasing a Jeff Mills-approved EP in 2002 and co-developing a live performance MIDI controller (the MXF8), Temple took nearly a decade off from touring and making music before returning in 2013. Following singles on R&S, 50 Weapons, and her own Noise Manifesto, not to mention blistering live sets at countless festivals and clubs, Edge of Everything is a culmination of everything she's accomplished thus far.