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.
ISSUE 76 • The beginning of a home straight.
ULTRA OM • Marseille is in a state of flux – a place that encapsulates France’s volatile political landscape unlike anywhere else. At the heart of this tension are the Ultras: football fans ferociously dedicated to their city’s team, who have constructed a movement built on the foundations of radical politics, passion and pride.
WHERE THE MAGIC HAPPENS • JAPANESE BREAKFAST
IN FULL SAIL • The Sea Clowns are a ragtag crew of boat-based circus performers who journey from port to port, bringing their unique act with them wherever they dock. For the collective, it’s part of a mission to spread knowledge and laughter, all the while remaining committed to an unshackled, freewheeling existence.
CONCRETE CANVASES • Folkestone serves as a bellwether for Brexit Britain: a place on the cusp of change, divided and at odds. The town’s skate scene feels this more than most. As their local spaces slowly disappear, snatched from them by developers, what happens next?
CHOLITAS • MOVING MOUNTAINS
How I Got The Shot – GODLIS
DEATH WELL BLUES
CRACK • Chris Crack blends pitch-black humour with a relentless work ethic, releasing multiple albums per year packed to the brim with outlandish, provocative raps. Life on the underground circuit isn’t always a breeze, but the Chicago MC believes he’s built differently: for him, each setback presents a chance to evolve, an opportunity to seek out the hilarity amid the hurt.
BODY LANGUAGE • Julia Ducournau is only the second woman in history to win the Palme d’Or at Cannes. Titane, the film that secured the prize, is further evidence that the French filmmaker remains a unique voice within modern cinema: an artist capable of balancing visceral horror with profound empathy, driven by a desire to tell high-stakes, human stories.
The Jamie Brisick corner • County Line – by Jamie Brisick art by Santa_West
SNAIL MAIL • Do you have a problem that needs solving? Fear not: our Agony Aunt for Issue 76 is here to help.