A specially selected Nas playlist to accompany the reading of HUCK#036.
The niche sport of musical forms may look comic at times, but the people who do it aren’t playing games.
Jay-Z's new YouTube documentary shows how 'authenticity' is a new currency of propaganda.
Death Cab For Cutie’s Ben Gibbard puts America to rights.
Experimental pop catalysts Yeasayer are pulling from many sources to create the perfect compound.
A no-frills interview with Dinosaur Jr. Past, present and future.
The onus is on the punk community to treat Tom Gabel's new gender with respect. But how well has it treated women in the past?
HUCK catches up with the Ghanaian hip hop artist who knows full well what it means to be an outsider.
HUCK talks to Emmett Malloy about his new documentary on a magical music railway journey through the American South West.
HUCK talks to Ed Skrein, the rapper-turned-actor about winging it in the film world and spreading the love.
Electronic musician Spoek Mathambo mixes influences to create a distinctly South African post-colonial pop.
HUCK meets the fast-spitting, shit-talking, rap-battling emcees who come armed with words and ready for war.