Real Name:
Josh G. Abrahams
Puretone, an alias of musician Josh G. Abrahams, is a Australian and Melbourne-based producer, bassist and electronica/drum and bass artist. He has gained some success in the music business since 1998, with his first single, "Addicted To Bass" featuring Amiel Daemion, charting in the top 20 of the ARIAnet singles chart. After a few more lower profile releases, such as "Rollin'", and contributing to the Moulin Rouge! soundtrack, he released "Addicted To Bass" internationally, under the name of Puretone. This was to avoid confusion with Josh Abraham, a music producer who has worked with Limp Bizkit and Staind. This resulted in the single reaching #2 in the UK Singles Chart in 2002. He then eventually helped Amiel start her own music career in Australia, in which she gained quite some success. He then released another single in the UK, called "Stuck In A Groove", however that only reached the top 30.
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Puretone Discography Tracks


Puretone Stuck In A Groove (Album) Festival Mushroom Records Australia 2002 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

Puretone Addicted To Bass (Maxi, Single) Dance Pool Canada 2001 Sell This Version
Puretone Stuck In A Groove (Single, Maxi) Illustrious UK 2002 Sell This Version


ILLLPDJ003 Puretone Stuck In A Groove(CD, Smplr, Promo) Illustrious ILLLPDJ003 UK 2003 Sell This Version


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September 5, 2015
The John Creamer and Stephane K remix is what is worth owning here. Good dark drums progressive house.

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