Footage documents the meeting of two visionary minds: Hunter S. Thompson and Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards.
Following collaborations with Kwabs and Jamie Woon, Royce Wood Junior has made waves with his own experimental sound. He talks writing, ego and keeping honest in your art.
Reggae wouldn’t be reggae without Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry – unsung hero, wild preacher, original Rastaman.
Poet and painter Rachel B. Glaser’s debut novel Paulina & Fran is a cutting satire of art school that’s sympathetic towards its characters even as it mocks them.
Thundercat’s The Beyond / Where the Giants Roam EP is a beautiful record crafted from moments of doubt and pain. The prolific LA bassist explains how it came together.
House of Vans London presents an immersive interactive sound installation by Studio PSK.
The Handel House Trust have restored Hendrix's room on Brook Street in Mayfair to exactly how it was when he mastered his version of 'All Along The Watchtower' there.
Arooj Aftab rejected Pakistani tradition by immersing herself in music. Now with her debut album behind her, she looks back on her incredible journey.
When he's not drumming in the punk outfit Metz, Hayden Menzies is also an illustrator, doing album sleeves, gig posters, t-shirts and prints. We talked to the Torontonian about the things that inspire him.
Huck takes a look at some of the new punk, hip-hop, soul and electronic sounds to catch in the upcoming months.
Fans from all over London gather in Brixton to celebrate the borough's most famous export, David Bowie, who died Sunday January 10.
While continuing to celebrate his incredible life and the legacy he leaves behind, HUCK looks back at the artists that have turned David Bowie tracks into everything from bossa nova hits to Japanese horror punk to spooky electronica.