Current and Past Issues of PureHoney

Published on June 23rd, 2017

The Dwarves, Richie Ramone Richie Ramone and the Dwarves might seem like a strange mix for a tour; after all one was the catalyst for »

Published on June 3rd, 2017

MIAMI PSYCH FEST In the aftermath of the Fyre Festival and its Battle Royale set-up that left people stranded in the Bahamas having shelled out »

Published on June 3rd, 2017

POST ANIMAL There seems to be confusion in the collective press coverage of who does what in the psych-rock combo Post Animal. New York magazine, »

Published on June 3rd, 2017

PROJECT: PROJECT, A HOPE FROM HARRISON SERIES On November 1, 2010, Matt and Melissa Hudson were living in Texas and expecting their second lively child »

Published on May 29th, 2017

BLACK MARBLE “This record has a lot more guitar on it,” says Chris Stewart of 2016’s It’s Immaterial. “I write and record everything on Black »

Published on May 18th, 2017

BEACH HOUSE When the Baltimore-based dream pop duo Beach House released Depression Cherry and Thank Your Lucky Stars in late 2015 a month and half »

Published on May 17th, 2017

PEARS Straddling the line somewhere between the mellifluous drip of melodic pop-punk and all out, balls-to-the-wall hardcore, New Orleans’ PEARS brings some much needed fresh »

Published on May 16th, 2017

THE HEAD AND THE HEART The Head & The Heart See Signs of Light Despite some bumps in the road, The Head & The Heart »

Published on May 14th, 2017

Wailers After Bob Marley died of cancer at a Miami hospital in May of 1981, it’s no stretch to say that his effect on the »

Published on May 10th, 2017

Phoenix at the Fillmore   Phoenix live in Miami Beach, Fillmore, May 12, 2017 They did it. Phoenix topped their last performance at the Fillmore »

Published on May 9th, 2017

CASKET GIRLS The Casket Girls are taking their brand of eerie pop on the road for nine days in Florida surrounding their larger tour with »

Published on May 8th, 2017

THE SHINS In “Name for You,” the poppy lead single off the Shins’ new album “Heartworms,” frontman James Mercer’s falsetto sounds like a joyful lullaby, making »