Posts By: Alex King

Art, culture, trauma and solidarity in wartime Ukraine

Thousands of young Ukrainians are packed into a cavernous warehouse in Lviv, swaying to the rolling beat of hard techno. The revellers and concrete-panelled walls are sporadically bathed in the red light emanating from an impromptu DJ booth, which Lviv party crew Night Ambassadors constructed in front of a JCB. It’s easy to get lost… Read more »

Watch Huck’s documentary Before the Storm at Outernet

Not many people can say they’ve changed the face of their city. In London, home to nearly 9 million people, big business and politicians tend to call the shots. Ordinary people rarely get a say, least of all the young ones. But by simply getting on their bikes, coming together and pulling wheelies, the thousands… Read more »