04 May 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Pure Supports Soundtrack to Sports Charity

Pure Supports Soundtrack to Sports Charity – GB 365

Sports Traider

Pure is pleased to announce our support today for the official sound track for sports charity Sports Traider. The single, “GB 365”, by singer/ songwriter Alexander Joseph, will be launched officially at Hoops Aid, a major sporting event for the British Basketball League.

Hoops Aid will be held in the 02 Arena, featuring exhibition matches from the Paralympians, Battle Back Heroes and the Pro Celebrity All Stars.

GB 365 is being supported on Pure’s music streaming service, Pure Connect, available to listen to now with a Pure Connect subscription.

Says Paul Brown, Head of Media, Sports Traider: “We’re really pleased that a brand like Pure is able to support a sound track that embodies the passion we have for this charity. The songwriter himself shares our passion for sport and understands how motivational music can be in sports. The fact that this track is now available on a mainstream music streaming service like Pure Connect gives this track even more potential to reach and inspire others.”

Artist Alex Joseph explains: “The power of music in sport should not be underestimated, and neither should the benefits of sport for young people regardless of background and ability. Pure’s support for GB 365 not only raises awareness of Sports Traider’s fundraising by association, it helps to extend the track’s potential reach and spread this message further.”

More about the songwriter…

Alexander (Alex) Joseph is an established artist but has enjoyed many successes in both music and sport. As a musician he cut his teeth as a singer/ songwriter in the open mic scene in Bath, combining playing solo with a covers band that provided the platform to experiment and grow as an artist.

Alongside this he was juggling a career as a burgeoning tennis player, from which he moved into sports coaching, enjoying time working with the England Netball and British Skeleton teams, tennis, badminton, wheelchair basketball and, more recently, wheelchair tennis. Knowing that music burned in him just as passionately as sport, he has sought to combine these two motivations.

Alex left a full time role working in sport to make room for his growing musical ideas which is where the idea for the song GB 365 blossomed. The women’s GB Wheelchair basketball team picked up on the song as something of a “war cry” curing a recent world championships and excitement about the track has since been quickly growing in momentum.

More about Sports Traider…

UK charity Sports Traider is a youth-focused charity offering young people the kit and support they need to discover and fulfil their sport ambition and potential, whatever their background, ability or disability.

Sports Traider will be featuring GB 365 by Alexander Joseph across its platforms over the next year in preparation for the Olympics and also in its bid to encourage more grass roots level involvement in sport among children.

Proceeds from the single will go to Sports Traider to be channelled back into funding sports coaching, access to facilities such as gyms and sports clubs and even transport required to get talented but disadvantaged athletes to training.


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04 May 2011 ~ 0 Comments

Listen to the FA Cup Final with PURE

Don’t miss Manchester City and Stoke City line up in this year’s FA Cup Final.  The match kicks off at 3pm on May 14th so if you’re at work or out and about with the family, make sure you’ve got a radio to hand so you don’t miss any of the action.

Digital radio gives you numerous options for listening to football and other sports commentary. Stations that are great for sport include BBC Radio 5 Live, 5 Live Sports Extra, talkSPORT and Absolute Extra and all of these are available through digital radio in crystal clear sound quality.

Here are our radio recommendations for listening to the Cup Final wherever you are:

Listening on the move:

PocketDAB 1500: SRP £89.99

PURE’s PocketDAB 1500 is ideal to use while travelling, or at an event where you want to listen without disturbing others. Digital radio and FM reception means you can stay tuned-in almost anywhere. The integrated ChargePAK gives you hours of portable listening through high-quality Sennheiser in-ear headphones.



Highway: SRP £79.99

Listen to the match crackle and hiss-free whilst driving, using the PURE Highway. The Highway is an easy to fit  in-car digital radio that also enables you to listen to your iPod/MP3  player.  When you get to your destination, Highway can be removed from the car and used as a personal DAB radio.

  Move: SRP £79.99

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       You may be enjoying the great outdoors and need a handy sized radio to keep up with the score. PURE’s Move is ideal as it is small enough to fit into your palm and yet delivers surprising volume and quality for such a  compact radio. Move’s built-in rechargeable battery pack provides hours of portable listening and the optional leather case keeps it protected and looking good!



Tuning in at home:

ONE Flow: SRP £99.99

With the ONE Flow you have the choice of enjoying  the match via internet, digital or FM radio. You can even access radio shows that you’ve missed via listen again or you can connect your iPod or MP3 player and listen to your favourite football songs after the match. 

 Sensia: SRP £249.99

Sensia is a revolutionary internet-connected digital audio system with Flow technology and a large colour touchscreen, giving you a unique way to enjoy internet radio content and podcasts, digital and FM radio stations.The Sensia has a number of online apps, including the RSS reader app which allows the user to view RSS feeds on Sensia delivering the latest information from their favourite websites. So if you’ve been away from the radio for a while, you can look up the score on your chosen sports RSS feed.

EVOKE -3: SRP £199.99

The EVOKE-3 is a versatile digital and fm radio which gives you the oportunity to record the match on an SD card and listen later. View Electronic Programme Guide listings for seven days, choose the programmes you like, set multiple record times and EVOKE-3 will record over 15 hours of radio to SD memory card.

If you are listening live but need to leave the room to answer the door or make a brew, then you can pause and rewind the radio using the ReVu feature.With a great sound quality and a large, clear display the EVOKE-3 will not disappoint.

 Oasis Flow: SRP 149.99

When you need a radio to stand up to the riggors of being moved around a lot/bashed/sprayed or knocked over then the Oasis Flow is will not let you down thanks to its rugged weatherproof case, cast aluminium framework and rubber seals. Like all our products with Flow technology you can enjoy internet radio, listen again programmes, podcasts, PURE Sounds and music streaming when you’re in range of your wireless network, and digital and FM radio wherever you are.

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08 November 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Keep up with the Ashes with a PURE radio

Listen to the Ashes 2010 on a PURE digital or internet-connected digital radio to ensure you enjoy uninterupted ball-by-ball commentry on UK stations like BBC 5Live and 5Live Extra or talkSPORT or get a flavour of Australian commentary by listening to SEN or 774AM ABC radio in Australia on digital radio or in the UK on internet radio.

PURE’s ONE Mi (SRP £34.99) is the ideal radio for listening to the cricket around the home or out and about when teamed with the optional ChargePAK A1 rechargeable battery pack, which gives the user up to 18 hours of portable listening per charge.


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