At a press conference in Cannes to promote Jim Jarmusch's new Stooges documentary "Gimme Danger," Iggy Pop let lose on modern music and the music industry that supports it. On digital: “The digital age has made collecting money so incredibly efficient. When we started our band we didn’t know what...
Iggy Pop and David Bowie perform live in San Francisco. Image: Richard McCaffrey/Michael Ochs Archive/Getty Images David's friendship was the light of my life. I never met such a brilliant person. He was the best there is. Iggy Pop David...Show More Summary
Nothing makes for a happier press moment than being in the same room with Iggy Pop and Jim Jarmusch, here at Cannes to launch Jarmusch's Gimme Danger, a documentary about the band The Stooges. Iggy Pop's great laugh--and spontaneous wit--warmed the room. Show More Summary
Iggy Pop attended the Cannes Film Festival Thursday in support of Jim Jarmusch's new Stooges documentary Gimme Danger. At a press conference anchored to the film's premiere, the singer talked about the current state of the music industry, drugs and his concerns about society. "Things are getting too wired up," Pop said. "In my...
Iggy Pop charmed the Cannes crowd with personal stories from his past and thoughts on everything from politics to drugs and rock ‘n’ roll. The legendary rocker joined acclaimed indie film director Jim Jarmusch during a photo call this week for their documentary Gimme Danger, which focuses on Iggy’s punk band The Stooges. Show More Summary
He's one to talk.
He's got a different lust for life now
Jim Jarmusch’s documentary about Iggy and the Stooges, Gimme Danger, has premiered at this year’s Cannes Film Festival. It’s named for a song from the Stooges’ Raw Power. Jarmusch and Iggy Pop spoke about the film at a press conference, during which Iggy spoke at length about his past drug use, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Show More Summary
Iggy Pop and Josh Homme capture the grittiness of their respective home regions on "Sunday," the rollicking third single from Pop's Post Pop Depression. Andreas Neumann directed the video that's shot in a muggy landscape of tropical Miami — where Pop now resides — and the harsh sprawl of Joshua Tree, where Homme was born and...
Iggy Pop and Josh Homme (of Queens of the Stone Age and Eagles of Death Metal ) have shared a visual for "Sunday," taken from their recent collaborative album Post Pop Depression. Directed by Andreas Neumann, the video "gives fans an...Show More Summary
Clip offers a behind-the-scenes look at how Post Pop Depression came to be.
Punk legend Iggy Pop released his latest full-length effort Post Pop Depression earlier this spring. One of the late singles and standout tracks was “Sunday,” a warped, funky lounge number that melts into orchestral strings. Today it gets the visual treatment. The camera slowly descends on Pop’s home before he goes about his day, presumably […]
I am sitting on the front porch of Dischord House in Arlington, Virginia. This humble abode has been the offices of the mighty Dischord label for well over 30 years. I started visiting here two months after it opened. Later this evening, I’ll be at the Lincoln Theater for the...
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Song choices ran the gamut on Sunday in Holland, from Iggy Pop, Whitney Houston and AC/DC to Eminem and Notorious B.I.G.
What’s more frightening: Iggy Pop, or a shotgun? How about putting the two together? That’s what director Toby Tobias has done in his new thriller Blood Orange, which also stars Kacey Barnfield. Pop plays Bill, an older, wealthy man (rock star?) who lives in the desert with his young lover, Isabelle (Barnfield). Bill and Isabelle seem content to […]
Iggy Pop is set to star in Blood Orange, a new thriller directed by Tony Tobias. It arrives May 17 via Invincible Pictures. The Stooge plays Bill, a dying rock star who lives with his wife Isabelle (Kacey Barnfield) in the Spanish countryside. Show More Summary
Iggy Pop is already featured in the rockstar-studded new film Gutterda?mmerung, billed as “the loudest silent movie on earth,” and now he’s following that up with a starring turn in Blood Orange, an upcoming thriller directed by Tony Tobias. As Pitchfork reports, Pop plays Bill, an aging rockstar who resides in the Spanish countryside with […]
Iggy Pop Greek Theatre April 28, 2016 There are rumors going around that this might be Iggy Pop’s last full tour, that his still-sleek, leonine body can’t handle the abuse when he throws himself around the stage like a hapless ragdoll. Perhaps the 69-year-old legend intended to take it easy...