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Posts Tagged: Iggy Pop
Certainly the best concert I have attended this year
Iggy’s one is darker, slower with a true Nightclubbing vibe
Does this mean Iggy has sold out?
I am grateful to have seen these two legends close and personal
the obvious punk king of the night
Desert Daze 2017 is upon us!
Iggy Pop has just been added to the impressive line up!
his legendary aura follows every move he does
This is the FYF Fest week
‘this is the coolest thing I have ever been part of’
the movie will be followed by a Q&A featuring Mr. Homme
he called us a million times ‘motherfuckers’
Imagine a shirtless Iggy on the stage of the Kodak theater?
in their 60’s, 70’s and 80’s
There is so much talent on this page that it is ridiculous
“I like high-energy shit”
‘The drugs — everybody should just drop that shit’
Iggy was in pure-punk shape, wild and cheerful
When will I have another opprtunity to have my shoulder and back rubbed by Iggy fucking Pop?
Iggy Pop as an aging and half-blind rock star living with his sexually promiscuous young wife
The man isn’t arrested: He’s Iggy f—ing Pop
Shabby and self-important
Josh Homme has repeatedly said that Iggy and he had selected very specific and nice intimate theaters for their tour
He is the last one of the one-of-a-kinds. This is a much deserved victory lap for a man who’s not sure if he won. But he did’
You may wonder why Gutterdämmerung is advertised as the loudest silent movie on earth, since a cast like this one is sure to bring lots of decibels to the soundtrack, but the concept of the movie borrows to the tradition of classic movies of 1920’s Hollywood: the film is mostly silent but instead of a piano accompanying the screening, a rock band will perform live.
And this is what Jarvis had to add:’ Generally speaking, the more money a band has, the worse their records get …’ Well, this is true’ agrees Iggy. Nothing truer has ever been spoken.
Shaw read a few excerpt of his book, spoken word style, accompanied by some music by Gregg Foreman of Cat Power, and Brandon Burkart of The Saint James Society. The funny thing is that he was reading most of it from his phone (he wrote his whole book on his phone as he is allergic to computers)
I may have never gone easy rider on everybody, but I don’t follow any crowd, never belonged to any group and every time I hear the words team-spirit or team-work, I cringe, it’s a problem, a curse and a strength, I am deeply individualist so I totally relate…
‘I was very interested in what I could take and what I could do. I looked upon the body as a laboratory – I used to throw in this chemical and then that one to see what would happen; I was intrigued by that.’
Although the main topic was about ‘free music in a Capitalist society’, he touched a lot of subjects, mentioned ‘the new electronic devices which estrange people from their morals’ and other bad things (mostly money) related to the music industry, but basically he gave a lot of advices to young artists
I don’t participate to this sort of behavior – of course! – but I would never imagine a law against stage diving, as a matter of fact, if I see a sign ‘No stage diving’, like in some unnamed clubs on the strip, I have a tendency to think the place sucks… yes I got really scared a few times, like in the pit of the Bad Brains at the Sunset Junction fair, at a Trash Talk show at the El Rey where bodies were flying over my hea