“I tried to get him to come here.”
Featuring Iggy Pop, Duff McKagan, Kirk Hammett and more.
Iggy posed nude earlier this year for life drawing students.
Looking as haggard as ever, check out Mr Pop in the full trailer for the film just released.
The story of punk bound and sold.
The wild-child returneth with the master of self-described robot rock by his side.
A spiritual successor to Pop’s work with Bowie on ‘Lust For Life’, Iggy’s work with Homme is the best we’ve heard from him in years
Iggy Pop was drawn in the nude and now those artworks will be exhibited.
The third song off their collaborative album, ‘Post-Pop Depression’.
Sharon Jones, Philip Glass and more joined Iggy for the kick-ass tribute.
“I feel like I’m closing up after this. That’s what I feel. It’s my gut instinct.”
With a little help from QOTSA members Dean Fertita and Troy Van Leeuwen, Arctic Monkeys drummer Matt Helders, and Chavez’s Matt Sweeney.
Well played, sirs.
It’s scary how spot-on these are.
Iggy Pop, Grace Jones, Henry Rollins, Eagles Of Death Metal’s Josh Homme and Jesse Hughes, Motörhead’s Lemmy Kilmister, Slayer’s Tom Araya, Slash, Mark Lanegan, Nina Hagen, Justice and Volbeat. No it’s not the slightly ill-advised lineup of Soundwave 2016, it’s the newly-announced cast of Swedish director Björn Tagemose’s new silent film, Gutterdämmerung. Dubbed “the loudest
In sad news, Steve Mackay, the saxophonist who played on Fun House, the seminal 1970 album by The Stooges, and a longtime touring member of the group died recently at 66, following a month-long fight with sepsis. Responding with an outpouring of sentiment, the music industry has taken to social media today to mourn his
Aussie pop princess Kylie Minogue has announced the details of her forthcoming Christmas album, which includes an all-star collaboration with proto-punk icon Iggy Pop. The album has been dubbed Kylie Christmas and will feature a host of seasonal covers, duets and original tunes alongside some impressive guest cameos. As NME reports, The Stooges legend will
It’s been eight years since the death of Manchester’s Factory Records founder Tony Wilson who was instrumental in some of the most iconic releases in British history including records by New Order, Joy Division and Happy Mondays. In a pretty heart-warming show of respect, a number of British musicians and actors have gathered together to