Pure State is a progressive/deep/melodic house music project formed by Australian songwriter and producer Paul Janossich. Combining warm uplifting chord progressions and catchy hook lines with edgy rhythms is a consistent theme of Pure State's music.
Influences include Kygo, EDX, Martin Garrix, Tiësto, Alesso, Calvin Harris, Clean Bandit, Galantis, and Zedd amongst many others.
Pure State has released 4 full length albums and a number of singles since he started the project in 1997 and has been signed to record labels Jendex Records, Vicious Vinyl and Odessa Mama.
A remix of the Rocky them "Gonna Fly Now" was used in the massively popular Australian renovation TV show "The Block".
Having focused in recent years on other musical projects, in 2019 Pure State again became a priority and began work on new songs with full focus and a fresh new progressive/deep/melodic house inspired sound.
2019 saw the release of 2 singles "I'm Trying to Say" and "I'm Coming Home".
2020 saw the release of a further 2 singles. The highly acclaimed collaboration with the singer Annalise called "Crazy in Love" and the very catchy progressive house tune "Show Me Love".
In January 2021 an emotive melodic house track called "What Can I Say" featuring the voice of Rochelle Diamante was released through Jendex records and was added to over 160 Spotify playlists.
Also released in 2021 is the melodic house track "Round and Round" also featuring the voice of Rochell Diamante.
With momentum building Pure State tracks have been supported
by Soave Records, Future House Cloud Records, The Fifth Guys, The Otherz, Henry Hacking and Max Vermeulen.