An exhibition at the Museum of London seeks to unearth the cultural and social impact dub music has had on the identity of the capital.
Ahead of the release of his new EP, Fall to Pieces, trip-hop pioneer Tricky chats to Huck about living in Berlin and why his sound has always defied expectation.
Photographer Akeem Smith has spent much of his life chronicling the creative spirit of dancehall and his archive forms a love letter to the culture that raised him.
Our latest print instalment is about people on the move – all of whom are actively working to change the world around them.
We speak to the authors of a new book which interrogates why musicians are three times more likely to have anxiety or depression.
The LA Virtuoso concluded a difficult period with the release of his best work so far. Now, he’s looking forward to what comes next.
Following the release of his new record, Benny talks to Huck about his turbulent upbringing on Montana Avenue, to his ascension to legend status.
Ira Kaplan of Yo La Tengo looks back on what has kept the band together for over thirty years.
The Against Me! singer talks to Huck about capturing the anxieties of the present in her new solo album, Stay Alive, and why it's still not a time to panic.
Photographer David Corio remembers shooting Nick Cave and his band, the Birthday Party, during their much-hated, turbulent period of living in London.
Over the years, Indiana’s penchant for pushing boundaries has presented challenges. But they’re ones she’s always managed to overcome.
Carner recently helped ‘re-green’ an area in his native south London. To mark its opening, he tells us about the impact it will have on the community.