HUCK i English edition — November/December 2014, #47


HUCK documents global youth culture through the influential lens of surf, skate and snowboarding. Inspired by the radical heritage of boardsports, it combines quality journalism with stunning documentary photography to report on social movements, emerging scenes and new thoughts and ideas that are having an impact on the world.

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“The Julian Casablancas Issue”

GBP 6.00 — Released 13 November 2014

In Huck 47, we sit down with Julian Casablancas - frontman of The Strokes and face of the epicly self-titled Julian Casablancas + The Voidz - and get an exclusive insight into his vision for social change, his undying respect for under-loved bands, and his newfound (but profound) distaste for brunch.

Elsewhere this issue, we roll back and forth through time to bring you stuff you’ve never heard of (new music, films, photography and books) and the untold personal stories behind the headlines you know well.

The Forecast gets ahead of 2015 with cultural tip-offs. Featuring Norman Records, San Francisco book shop City Lights, LA film freaks Cinefamily and photography fiend Bruno Ceschel of Self Publish, Be Happy.


The 1990's Kids Special: featuring new music talent born in the internet boom, featuring: London rapper Little Simz, Atlanta cross-stepper Raury,Baton Rouge beatmaker Suicideyear, Parisian-Cuban twins Ibeyi, and Brighton's breakout hip hop star Ocean Wisdom.

Future Islands dig into their Baltimore roots.

Rave On: We meet the stalwarts of the UK's rave scene, still fighting for their right to party in a field.

Nas: Time is Illmatic: The guys behind this new documentary on why the rapper's words are still relevant today.

This is DIY: Our ongoing celebration of independent projects - from Brooklyn-based Interference Archive, who are preserving protest culture history, to Rio de Janeiro's Ballet De Santa Teresa, who use ballet to affect community change.

Scandinavian skateboarding springs to life in the geometrically awesome folio of skate shooter Robin ‘Boon’ Nilssen.

Neck Face lets us hang out in his Hollywood abode, and starts necking vodka at the break of dawn.

Housing Crisis Uncovered: Heydon Prowse exposes the political machine driving the UK housing crisis, and meets the single mums fighting for their right to an affordable home.

The Working Artisans’ Club 2014 welcomes its latest recruit, Racing Atelier from the Bavarian Alps, purveyors of fine handcrafted rucksacks.

On Sale Date: 14th of November UK Delivery: 1-3 days after on sale date. International: Up to 2 weeks (international delivery times may vary)

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