HUCK talks to Jeanie Finlay, director of a new documentary, Sound It Out, about Stockton-on-Tees last surviving independent record store.
Can anyone learn soul and what it means to ‘feel’ the beat? For the lockers, poppers and b-boys of Japan, perfection is as sacred as it gets.
When four legends from punk’s halcyon days joined forces as OFF!, they helped the world reconnect with their energetic roots.
Cro-Mags frontman John Joseph wants to take you on a stroll through the Lower East Side to rediscover its roots.
HUCK takes a stroll into the bucolic English countryside to visit the commune-style home of anarcho-punk band Crass, pioneers of direct action sound.
In Fucked Up’s world of hardcore lore, nothing is ever quite as it seems.
In an unconventional interview, HUCK talks to Weezer frontman Rivers Cuomo via the weirdness that flows freely through his Twitter feed.
An impromptu jam by Ben Howard and his band in their apartment after a heavy night in Tignes.
Excerpts from a journey to the origins of skate punk.
Skate legend Tommy Guerrero is back in the groove with his new album, Lifeboats and Follies.
Sacramento’s hardcore four are inciting a riot wherever they go.
Timmy Curran explores the rail roads that snake across his state for an alternative slice of celluloid, The Union Express.