Current and Past Issues of PureHoney

Published on September 13th, 2018

Say their names together, and Father John Misty and King Tuff sound like a “Lord of the Rings” tribute. In fact, they’re pseudonymous singer-songwriters and »

Published on September 13th, 2018

Ah … unrequited love. It’s the driving force behind humanity’s most heartfelt arts and, sometimes, the safest way to sigh over bygone affections that never »

Published on September 7th, 2018

Before Eddie Vedder, before Radiohead, before Local Natives, there was Talking Heads, and, essentially, there was David Byrne. Leader of the powerhouse group that influenced »

Published on September 2nd, 2018

The received wisdom in audiovisual arts used to be that experimentation grew out of experience: You had to understand continuity in film editing before you »

Published on September 1st, 2018

With a band name like Rainbow Kitten Surprise, you’re bound to get some attention, as well as questions like, “Were you high?” (The name was »

Published on September 1st, 2018

Say what you will about South Florida’s flighty reputation, the flux created by this  region’s migratory habits — its status as a hub of the »

Published on August 6th, 2018

The halcyon ’90s saw the rise of touring music festivals that paired iconic headliners and cult powerhouses with their respective scenes’ up-and-comers. Lollapalooza, Warped, Ozzfest, »

Published on August 5th, 2018

Years go by and Gainesville, Florida keeps on keeping on. Synonymous with DIY punk rock and college culture for close to four decades, the deceptively »

Published on August 4th, 2018

Zigtebra could be your best friend’s indie band. They send postcards from their van to fans who leave them concert reviews on Facebook and, as »

Published on August 3rd, 2018

Change is good. Imagine a world in which we’re grooving to the likes of the Tea Set, the Salty Peppers and the Weak Heart Drops »

Published on July 31st, 2018

There’s something playfully snobby about the name Champagne Superchillin’ yet also kind of innocent, as though a French person trying to explain her culture to »

Published on July 21st, 2018

Halftime for American Football lasted almost 15 years. For 15 years after the 1999 release of their self-titled full-length debut, the emo trio from Urbana, »