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Boomkat Product Review:
After years in the game, Paula Temple serves her long-awaited debut album on personal imprint, Noise Manifesto
It’s probably fair to take ‘Edge of Everything’ as Paula’s definitive statement of intent; a 12 track manifesto for viscerally textured, negative ecstasy-embracing dancefloor excess. In the manner of an album proper, she finely toggles the energy levels to showcase the varying, coherent aspects of her sound, with beautifully bleak moments such as the elevated dark ambient perspective of ‘Berlin’, the seething but suppressed might of ‘Open The Other Eye’, and the shivering synthsscape ‘Nicole’ punctuating ruthless barnstormers such as ‘Joshua and Goliath’, the panic-mode attack of ‘Futures Betrayed’, and high-impact epics such as ‘Quantum Unfolding’ and the big room trample of ‘Raging Earth’.