The Sounds of PureHoney

Published on December 22nd, 2021

A local home of what culture aficionados call the lively arts, the Kravis Center in West Palm Beach first opened its doors in 1992 with »

Published on November 30th, 2021

After a pandemic induced hiatus, music festivals are back.  The big boys of Coachella, Bonnaroo, and Lollapalooza have all had or are going to have »

Published on November 4th, 2021

Some bands exist to make art. Some seek political change. Some just vent. Circle Jerks, the pioneering L.A. hardcore punks, did and still do all »

Published on November 2nd, 2021

The first glimpse of Brett Staska in the video for his new song “Still on My Mind” is a Snapchat-ish blur. But he comes into »

Published on September 21st, 2021

He started out making music in his bedroom at age 13, released his first four albums in his teens, and he would have played Coachella »

Published on September 21st, 2021

The music of Beach Fossils has the laid-back aura of a day along the coast, but it never wallows in place: There’s always some forward »

Published on September 21st, 2021

They come from a filmmaking background but Boy Harsher, the duo of Jae Matthews and Augustus Miller, make mesmerizing electronic music that wouldn’t be out of »

Published on September 21st, 2021

No matter how you say Wavves — straight ahead or with a slight lull over the double-v so a little bit of static forms on »

Published on August 23rd, 2021

Friday, September 17, 2021 UNWED SAILOR (Tulsa) SURFER BLOOD (WPB) ROOM THIRTEEN SPIRIT & THE COSMIC HEART American Sigh Beautiful Disaster Ben Katzman’s Degreaser Cog »

Published on May 10th, 2021

RUST & WAX by Tim Moffatt Belief in oneself is the catalyst to leading revolutions. But I digress, the revolution needs a soundtrack and these »

Published on May 10th, 2021

Puppy Dog Ice Cream: the story of Japanther by Ian Vanek by Tim Moffatt Just past the dour days of 9/11 there was a renaissance »

Published on May 10th, 2021

Margo Guryan by Abel Folgar If you’ve ever sang or hummed along to Freda Payne’s “Lonely Woman,” Harry Belafonte’s “I’m On My Way to Saturday,” »