aula Temple has played all over Europe, with DJ/semi-live performances at highly regarded festivals and clubs such as Exit Festival in Serbia and Water Festival in Poland. Impressed with her techno productions, Chris McCormack released her first EP “The Speck of the Future” in 2002 on his label Materials. Her tracks have appeared on Jeff Mill’s Exhibitionist DVD and Federation of Drums in Germany. Over the years Paula’s supporters have included Claude Young, Technasia, Ben Long, the late John Peel and Dave Clarke. Highly respected for her technical abilities, she is currently the only female Ableton Certified trainer in the UK.
Paula is the co-developer of one of the first live performance midi controller called the MXF8, which she took on tour from 2003 to 2005. 1999 until 2003, Paula ran her own underground radio show, Virtual Future Music, which won an award with Radio One for ‘Best Specialist Music’. She also performed an exclusive 2-hour DJ mix on BBC Radio One’s One World.
Under the alias Jaguar Woman, Paula licensed her Detroit influenced tech house track to Dust Science alongside Anthony Shakir and The Black Dog. Paula has also experimented with electronica under the name of Fragile X. In 2008 she took a break from DJing to set up the youth not-for-profit Future Arts in England. In 2011 she returned to the studio working with Swiss electronic music producer Stefanie B. This year they will be launching their music project Spank Protest. The duo explores dance floor oriented electronic music with vocals.