Kim Gordon first came to us in the 1980s, as a member of Sonic Youth. But her belief in self-taught creativity would inspire generations to come.
The Sonic Youth legend is celebrating her lifelong love of Andy Warhol with a series of paintings, drawings and sculptures.
Our crack at an interview with the notoriously aloof rock legend.
After 25 years as a struggling comic, Marc Maron was close to giving up when he finally found success on his own terms: turning his intense personality into a hit podcast.
Huck spotlights the female musicians blazing a trail on their terms, celebrating the likes of Bat for Lashes, Kim Gordon, Sleater-Kinney and more.
The former Sonic Youth frontman Thurston Moore found craziness and creativity, but most importantly community, when he arrived in New York City at the height of punk.
It’s Friday! Here are some awesome, end-of-the-week friendly music videos. Including Beirut, Tame Impala, Dam-Funk, a rad Kim Gordon cameo and more.
Words of wisdom from Kim Gordon, in conversation with music journalist Miranda Sawyer, in Camden, London.
Tokyo-transplant Ikue Mori surfed the rise of No Wave on New York’s Lower East Side in the late 1970s and continues to push at the boundaries of improvised music to this day.
No Wave burst out of New York’s underground in the late 70s and early 80s then faded from view, but its influence lives on - if you know where to look.
Videos, writing and images from former Sonic Youth frontwoman and Huck 42 cover star Kim Gordon.