Paula Temple

“Edge Of Everything (2lp Gatefold+dl)”

NMLP001 scanZoom inLabelNoise Manifesto
Cat. No.NMLP001
FormatEXCLS2LP
Orders fromFri, 03 May 2019
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Debut Album from Paula Temple - Special remarks : 2LP Gatefold + Download code Includes the 2014 Classic “Gegen” as Bonustrack (Vinyl Only) Tracklist LP: A1: Berlin A2: Joshua and Goliath A3: Futures Betrayed A4: Open The Other Eye B1: Quantum Unfolding B2: Don’t Use Your Eyes Now B3: Nicole C1: Raging Earth C2: Cages D1: *Gegen (bonus track) D2: Post-Scarcity Anarchism D3: Dimension Jumping Short Info: Paula Temple presents her long-awaited debut album Edge Of Everything . The result of years spent ruminating on the healing powers of harsh noise, she employs a cinematic textural palette for a call to action in desperate times. The album will be available via her own Noise Manifesto imprint as a 2xLP vinyl and digital release on May 3rd. Across twelve tracks, Paula applies warped aesthetic distortions to a broad exploration of techno. Industrial, determined and fostering a deep sense of urgency, Edge Of Everything encourages a New Release Information refocusing of the dominant political narrative, spurring its audience with the direct message that oppressive forces must be held accountable for their actions. As an antidote to apathy, Paula targets raw emotion, urging us to act upon injustice. Sonically, the album focuses on darker manifestations of the genre, appreciating their frankness without trying to confuscate. Murky acoustics and grainy synths writhe through cavernous spaces whilst marching drums enforce an unrelenting pressure. Brandishing a rich tapestry of noise, Paula highlights the healing powers of darkness, drawing strength from anger and motivation from hurt. Fast percussion and expansive sound design command attention throughout, immersing the listener in a frenzied swirl of acoustic treatments and sinister, albeit strangely inviting textures. Each track carves a unique sonic space, imagining alternative worlds of their own, from the mammoth stomping ground of ‘Joshua & Goliath’ and psychedelic synth leads of ‘Quant

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