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January 9, 2015


Purespace Recordings jumps into action with Memory Fade, a superb full length album from veteran Canadian
producer Joe Silva, also known as one half of tech-house duo Tonepushers. The release splits the difference on lush vocal house and deep,
stripped back techno, with distinctive outliers providing additional range. The vocal tracks – like the jazzy “Sanctuary” – rub shoulders with complex,
instrumental dance floor compositions, as in the album’s title cut. There’s no shortage of nuances to be uncovered in Silva’s return to the long player
format on Memory Fade.

Selected feedback:

  • Super  ep !!! “Far Away” – just superrrrr !!!! – Dima Studitsky (Headz.FM / Compost / Sonar Kollektiv / King Street Sounds)
  • WOW! Lovely music Joe. Jubilation is out of this world man. Inspiring! – Thomas White (Natural Rhythm)
  • Absolutely stunning selection of tracks right here! – Al Bradley (3am Recordings / Fabric / Paper / Hearts Of Darkness / Deadbeat Disco Radio Show)
  • Flawless work from Joe. – DJ Di Costa (MoodyLushious Influences Radio Show (WestRadio + Deepvibes Radio) / Ready Mix / Bilanez Music)
  • Absolutely amazing! Joe Silva rocks! – Marcelo Tavares (Deep Space Podcast / Grooving.me / Power.Radio)
  • Far Away is perfect! An excellent production. – Quentin Harris (Strictly Rhythm / D:Vision Records)
  • This is a nice body of work Joe Silva! WONDERFUL!!!!! – Taigo Onez (The Essence Radio Show (88.5FM WHPK) / Cuebase FM / Fnoob Radio UK / In The House Productions)
  • Far away is absolutely brilliant! – Rob Wood (Music Concierge Limited (Music Supervision)

Joe Silva’s Memory Fade is now available at all fine music outlets, including our own Purespace Store.

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  1. […] before he’d follow it up with another long-player despite packing in plenty of 12s. The album “Memory Fade” is an absolutely tremendous piece of work packed with house from the top drawer and brimming with […]

  2. […] one too many ideas into a track. It screams inexperience to me. When I flip on an album like Memory Fade, the ideas flow and the changes aren’t abrasive or awkward because Silva clearly knows what […]

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