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A number of iconic rock stars are slated to appear in enigmatic director Terrence Malick's upcoming music-centric flick, "Song to Song." Among the cameos reported by IndieWire are ones by Iggy Pop, Patti Smith, the Red Hot Chili Peppers and the Black Lips.
Iggy Pop discusses touring, music and history of Stooges in forthcoming book 'Total Chaos' out November 15th via Third Man Books.
As a part of the Red Bull Music Academy’s series of talks and events in Montreal until the end of October, organizers recently nabbed Iggy Pop for an extensive 90-minute interview. The punk pioneer chronicled his career from the time he grew up in Ann Arbor and discovered his passion for music ("From age fifteen on,…
You don’t have to watch the trailer premiere for Gimme Danger (above) for too long before learning how filmmaker Jim Jarmusch feels about the seminal punk band he’s documenting: “We are in an undisclosed location, interrogating Jim Osterberg [better known as Iggy Pop] about The Stooges,” Jarmusch announces. Fans of the Stones and Beatles might take issue, but Jarmusch — the O.G. NYC hipster, revered director behind movies like Down By Law, Ghost Dog, and Broken Flowers, and fervent music aficionado — clearly believes his proclamation. Gimme Danger (titled after the 1973 song of the same name) marks Jarmusch’s first nonfiction work since the 1997 Neil Young tour doc, Year of the Horse, and the filmmaker has been working on telling The Stooges’ story (at the request of Mr. Pop) since at far back as 2010.
Iggy Pop played his favorite David Bowie songs on the latest episode of his BBC radio show in honor of his late friend and collaborator.
Jim Jarmusch's documentary is carefully assembled, full of great 16mm period footage, and steeped in a grasp of rock history, yet it’s far from a knockout, as his fandom goes a little unchecked
As Iggy Pop and Josh Homme bring their Post Pop Depression tour to a close, they've also released a music video for the record's third single, "Sunday," chronicling the album's creation up to their first show in support of it. It's directed by Andreas Neumann and it's comprised of grainy behind-the-scenes footage. Watch below. …
Iggy, dressed smart in a suit with Homme playing a talismanic support role, debuted the slick rock track “Gardenia” overnight on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert.
In a New York Times interview published Jan. 13, legendary proto-punk musician Iggy Pop shared his thoughts on the passing of 69-year-old David Bowie, the friend and collaborator that would kick off Pop’s solo career producing his first two albums following his tenure with the Stooges. Five years after their meeting, Bowie invited Pop to travel with and observe him on tour. “He subsumed my personality, lyrically, on that first album,” Pop said of the professional collaboration.
Put an off-kilter rocker and the comely tattoo artist of his dreams into a stolen classic convertible and you have a road-trip movie that revels in eccentricity.