Huck is inspired by DIY culture, featuring people who make you think, who challenge the system, who strike out on their own. Packed with intelligent journalism and stunning photography, it covers the people and the places that are shaping culture all over the world.
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Zarah Sultana • Elected in 2019 at the age of just 26, the MP for Coventry South has spent her short time in parliament establishing herself as one of the British Left’s next great hopes. Be it from the the benches of Westminster or among the crowds of a protest, she stands tall as a frequent and vocal scourge of the status quo, driven by a deep-rooted desire to create a better, bolder world.
Gabriel Krauze • In his Booker-longlisted debut, the London author produced a double-dose adrenaline shot of violence, brotherhood and fuck-you swagger, based squarely on his own experiences as a younger man. The novel shook Britain’s literary establishment, heralding the emergence of a vital new voice. So, as the 34-year-old gears up to throw himself into the follow-up, it begs the question: where does he go next?
Nubya Garcia • Composer, bandleader, saxophone supremo: the 29-year-old musician barely took a moment’s rest until the pandemic hit. As a leading light in the lauded London jazz scene, she’s helped shape one of the most exciting genres to spring out of the city in the past decade. Now that the world is beginning to reopen, the Camden-born artist is determined to pick up where she left off: driving things forward, and uplifting others to do the same.
The Solidarity Fields • Just outside of Athens, a group of displaced people have built a farm that serves as an alternative to the indignity of refugee camps. Led by the enigmatic Kastro, this experiment in off-grid living has created a space in which everyone has an equal stake, all the while shining a light on the deep-rooted connection between food and freedom.
WHERE THE MAGIC HAPPENS MARK LANEGAN • In this series, we speak to people in – and about – intimate spaces, exploring the relationship between person and place. For Issue 75, American grunge pioneer Mark Lanegan opens the door to his current sanctuary: a cosy, pebble-dashed house in the south-west of Ireland.
LITTLE KOREA, NEW MALDEN • In a quiet suburb outside of London resides Europe’s largest Korean expatriate population. Among this tight-knit community are a significant number of DPRK defectors, who are forging a new life for themselves in a place they now call home.
Bev Grant's Radical Archive • During the ’60s and '70s, Bev Grant found herself embedded in a series of revolutionary causes: from anti-war protests to the women’s liberation movement. Armed with her trusty camera, she documented the entire era, resulting in a far-reaching archive of radical history.
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THE WAY WE FLOW • Photographer Chloe Dewe Mathews grew up close to the Thames, but knew little about the human traditions that regularly take place along there. This led her to embark on a five-year project documenting the river, where she discovered the diverse rituals that continue to persevere – despite the changing London landscape.
How I Got The Shot – Mick Rock • The seminal rock-and-roll chronicler dives into the story behind one of his most definitive images: a portrait captured during his time as David Bowie’s personal photographer.
Declaration of Independence • Artist, skateboarder, designer, curator, director – Mikey Alfred is tough to box in, and even harder to keep up with. His debut feature film is a gusty coming-of-age tale set amid the whir of LA skate culture. So why has every studio passed it...