Best Coast are just letting things happen; channeling the positive vibes to create breezy music for midsummer days.
We asked the bands who played on Huck's stage at The Great Escape Festival to share their 'DIY or Die' moments.
London-based deejay, producer and occasional rapper digs out some of the vinyl that’s made him who he is today.
A new wave of consciousness is sweeping the streets of Cairo, fuelled by fireworks and electro beats.
From San Francisco surf rock to solo records soaked in gospel, musician Christopher Owens’ religious backstory is more radical than most.
At eighteen, Fiona Stewart was a single mum living in squats and homeless shelters. After resurrecting The Big Chill she’s now the award winning director of Green Man Festival.
Texan multi-instrumentalist, composer and songwriter Emily Wells shares the influences and inspirations behind new album Promise.
From slinging their CDs at the roadside to performing two gigs at once, Niger’s Tal National could teach other musicians a thing to two about hustling.
Street Fighter to Stravinsky and African street parties helped inspire South Central saxophonist-composer Kamasi Washington’s debut LP The Epic.
Independent labels are thinking in a different way to bring the experience back to buying a record.
At Flow Festival, a carnival of creativity and culture in an abandoned Helsinki power plant, we're asking bands big and small to share their 'DIY or Die' moments.
At The Great Escape Festival, Europe's largest new music showcase, we asked up and coming bands to share their 'DIY or Die' moments.
Owen Brinley of Leeds indie/electronica duo Department M thought tinnitus was a nightmare. But then he got hyperacusis and things went from bad to worse.
Rob St. John and Bartholomew Owl teamed up to create Don't Make a Scene zine, the indispensable guide to doing DIY shows right.
Huck asked the director of The Great Escape, Europe's biggest showcase for new music, what we can expect from the festival's tenth edition.