British filmmaker Jamie Whitby captures the exploits of the Anfa Riders, a ragtag group of young stunteurs who own the roads of the Moroccan city.
The Glaswegian five-piece celebrate the release of their fifth album, Always Ascending, with an exclusive mix of synth-pop anthems and rare retro floor-fillers.
A chance encounter in a dingy Colombian bar gave photographer Daniel Motta the keys to Medellín's tight-knit metal community.
For the latest instalment of Huck’s Monday Mix, the New York artist shares the music that’s accompanied her from late night open mics to the recording of her debut album.
Back in 2010 Craig David made a DIY video and sang about supporting David Cameron. We sit down with the legendary pop star to ask him why.
In a world of manufactured music, jazz is still a place of pure freedom. But now a new generation of talent is furthering that legacy...
Between DJing around the world and putting on club nights, Madam X runs an independent label for talent that defies genre. This is how she does it.
Grant Ellis examines the mythology of the Mississippi – one of the poorest states in the US – for his new project, Bless Your Heart.
As part of Huck's new film on UK grime culture, we meet C Cane – the north London MC and Reprezent presenter taking the capital’s radio waves by storm.
As part of Huck's new film on UK grime culture, trailblazing London artist Jasmin Sehra talks heritage, hardships, and the importance of staying true to yourself.
As part of Huck's new film on UK grime culture, London-based art director Sophia Tassew reveals how she shook up the system; blending black British culture with the world of fine art.
As part of Huck's new film on UK grime culture, we meet Julie Adenuga – producer, Beats One presenter, and member of one of London’s most prestigious music families.