Jak Hutchcraft

Noisey

The Hell Are Here to Save Hardcore, Again, With a Hardcore Opera

Not content with riling grown-up babies who love heavy music, the seven piece masked crew have brought their antagonism to the stage.
Jak Hutchcraft
9.11.20
Noisey

UK Punks Creeper Trolled Westboro Baptist Church and Got Called Satanic

The Southampton crew return from their self-imposed exile to talk about coming up through the hardcore scene and their new album "Sex, Death & the Infinite Void".
Jak Hutchcraft
7.31.20
Noisey

This Death Metal Band Doesn't Sing About the Devil Because Humans Are Worse

In our second Heavy Britain column, the Newport group chat sexual politics, privilege, evil – and how humans beings are the real devils.
Jak Hutchcraft
6.24.20
Noisey

Psych Noise Band Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs on Heavy Music and Writing a Song About Greggs

In the first of our Heavy Britain column, the Newcastle band chat recent album 'Viscerals' and being called "unconventional".
Jak Hutchcraft
5.26.20
Religion

UFO Religion the Raëlians Know They're 'Quite Out There'

We caught up with followers of the religion who believe humans were put on Earth as an experiment by aliens, to see how they're getting on.
Jak Hutchcraft
1.24.20
Photography

This Is What Gender Fluidity Looks Like

We spoke to the artist Veronique Charlotte about 'Gender Project'.
Jak Hutchcraft
11.7.19
the internet

'Dimension Jumping' Says You Can Improve Your Life with These Simple Rituals

An online subculture claims it's discovered the route into alternate states of reality, where you can get the job you want and live a more fulfilled existence.
Jak Hutchcraft
9.17.19
Religion

'Jesus Loves Goths': Inside Asylum, the Bible Study Group For Metalheads

The multi-denominational group celebrates faith in the alternative community, and, in doing so, enables something quietly revolutionary.
Jak Hutchcraft
1.9.19
HORROR

The Weird and Mystical World of Sleepwalking

Throughout history, sleepwalkers have cooked meals, rode motorbikes and committed murders – and it happens to far more of us than we think.
Jak Hutchcraft
9.21.18
Skate

This Is What Skating Looked Like When Your Dad Was a Teenager

Photos from 'Read And Destroy', the magazine that chronicled British skating at its most underground moment.
Jak Hutchcraft
7.25.18
Homelessness

Homeless LGBT People Face a Unique Set of Challenges

So it's good news that schemes like The Outside Project – whose founder we spoke to – exist.
Jak Hutchcraft
11.22.17
Gay Pride

London's Queer Punks Are Making Themselves Heard

Up the LGBTQ+ punx!
Jak Hutchcraft
7.3.17
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