Paula Temple returns to R&S with her second release Deathvox EP, featuring three tracks as exciting and daring as her superb debut Colonized EP.
Deathvox is a club shaking, wild, imaginative tour de force, featuring her voice transformed like nothing on earth. “I wanted to create a sonic movement completely transhuman, captivating, and capable of tingling every chakra in the body.”
Monstro presents a half-speed techno industrial explosion fitting for a Nine Inch Nails mosh pit. Ful completes the epic journey with synth melodic richness you might expect from Karen Gwyer or Nathan Fake. She named the track in gratitude to the Stockholm art group FUL for challenging European border policies. Ful means ‘Ugly’ in Swedish.
Deathvox EP is the work of an inspired mind, citing her recent move to Berlin and working with progressive artists on her label Noise Manifesto as major influences on the craft of this record. Bringing together her love of post-punk, industrial noise and synthesizers, Paula Temple broadens her scope of the techno spectrum and sets her own mark yet again in this uncompromising release.