Current and Past Issues of PureHoney

Published on September 4th, 2019

Worn-Tin is the nom de plume of Warner Hiatt; a misrepresentation of Mr. Hiatt’s name. According to his bio he’s 21 years of age, he »

Published on September 4th, 2019

Big Bliss is the hardest working band in Brooklyn, and that means a lot these days. They have a post-punk, dark wave sound that owes »

Published on September 3rd, 2019

Life is long and the days are hot, and the nights are getting hotter here in South Florida’s ever more balmy off-season, which we manage »

Published on September 2nd, 2019

Bad Religion’s crossed-out cross is one of the most iconic and enduring band logos in rock history. Of course, it had to be created by »

Published on August 6th, 2019

The Fantastic Plastics return to Earth with “Disintegration”, the first single off their upcoming LP, Malfunction. Synth punk duo The Fantastic Plastics have released “Disintegration“, the debut »

Published on August 3rd, 2019

Atlanta has so much going right now: a champion soccer team; up-and-coming neighborhoods; that awesome aquarium; fire Ethiopian cuisine; enough diverse coolness to make you »

Published on August 2nd, 2019

It would be easy and not necessarily wrong to categorize Gold Dust Lounge as a surf act. But that assumption on its face is lazy »

Published on August 2nd, 2019

Hammered out of the embers of punk rock and Melvins-grade heaviness, grunge became synonymous with a city. But the burst of notoriety from Seattle’s big »

Published on August 2nd, 2019

When jazz guitarist Aaron Lebos performs with his trio, Aaron Lebos Reality, the aptness of the band name becomes clear: It really is an experience »

Published on August 1st, 2019

Dark and danceable, God Module are here to help us commune with the air of doom that hangs over this mortal coil. Starting in the »

Published on August 1st, 2019

Miami the EDM mecca is also home to talented local musicians who live mostly off the electronica grid. They play everything from indie to psychedelia »

Published on July 9th, 2019

The Midwest is to 1990’s emo bands what the East and West coasts were to 1980’s hardcore: Mecca. And by the time the hardcore bands »