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Pitchfork - 11 Sep 2019 Iggy Pop
Years ago, the world tacitly accepted there was a line separating Jim Osterberg and his feral creation Iggy Pop. Osterberg devised the street-walking cheetah persona of Iggy Pop as a way to tap into his primal urges, but the idea that he was playing a role only ...
The Guardian - 08 Sep 2019 Iggy Pop: Free review – enjoyably quixotic
The highlights of Iggy Pop's solo career have generally come about when he's been taken under the wing of a big-name collaborator, from Bowie in the 1970s to ...
NME.com - 13 Sep 2019 Iggy Pop interview: "Punk has to have a sense of hopelessness about it"
Iggy Pop is not exactly who you think he is. Yes, he's the punk powerhouse behind some of the greatest live performances in rock 'n' roll history. And yes, he's ...
BBC News - 06 Sep 2019 Iggy Pop: 'I've finally got the voice I was supposed to have'
The punk rock survivor releases jazzy new LP and recalls 50 years since his band's searing debut album.
The New Yorker - 02 Sep 2019 The Survival of Iggy Pop
Amanda Petrusich and Iggy Pop, an inventor of punk rock, discuss his long career, the future, and swimming in Miami.
NME Live - 05 Sep 2019 Iggy Pop – 'Free' review
Iggy's 18th solo album sees the rock'n'roll icon take control of his legacy with a contemplative and liberating collection.
The 405 - 11 Sep 2019 Album Review: Iggy Pop - Free
Iggy Pop manages to remain punk while taking a more measured approach on Free.
The Arts Desk - 04 Sep 2019 CD: Iggy Pop - Free review - a thoughtful winding down affair
Iggy affectingly contemplates life and mortality in an often tuneful, jazz-flecked set. Review by Thomas H Green.
The Washington Post - 11 Sep 2019 Can Iggy Pop hear the future?
We've spent the entirety of Iggy Pop's rock-and-roll life poking at his abs, trying to figure out if he's beyond human. In the public imagination, he's the maniac ...
Document Journal - 18 Sep 2019 Iggy Pop's recipe for optimism: death, zombies, and Frank Sinatra
Last Wednesday, September 11, Iggy Pop sat down with fellow artist, collaborator, and friend, filmmaker Jim Jarmusch at Kauffman Concert Hall as a part of 92Y ...
Rolling Stone - 29 Aug 2019 Hear Iggy Pop’s Synth-Laden New Song ‘Sonali’
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NME Live - 28 Aug 2019 Listen to Iggy Pop’s eerie new single ‘Sonali’
Iggy Pop has shared a video for his new single 'Sonali', the second track from his upcoming new album 'Free'
Louder Than War - 02 Sep 2019 Iggy Pop: Free - album review
Iggy Pop returns with his follow up to 2016's Post Pop Depression. Described as a more "reflective" album, Free finds Iggy stretching his sound once more.
Consequence of Sound - 04 Sep 2019 Album Review: Iggy Pop Defies Simple Categorization on the Introspective Free
Punk legend Iggy Pop proves he's not going anywhere on new album Free. Read Ryan Bray's full review:
Loudwire - 14 Sep 2019 The Cult's Billy Duffy Recalls Collaboration With Iggy Pop
Having toured with both, The Cult guitarist reminisces about Iggy Pop and David Bowie ahead of the 'Above Ground' benefit tribute.
Minneapolis Star Tribune - 20 Sep 2019 Pick Six: Praise for Ric Ocasek, Iggy Pop, Linda Ronstadt doc and more
Pick Six is a half-dozen cool things in music, from two points of view.
Far Out Magazine - 13 Sep 2019 Watch Iggy Pop cover Nick Cave's 'Red Right Hand' live in Athens, Greece
Iggy Pop pulled out an electric cover of Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds' iconic song 'Red Right Hand' while performing live in Athens, Greece.
The Scotsman - 10 Sep 2019 Album reviews: Iggy Pop | Yip Man | Lana Del Ray
Iggy Pop growls his way through intriguing collaborations, while Lana Del Ray surpasses herself.
Consequence of Sound - 12 Sep 2019 Iggy Pop performs “James Bond” on Fallon: Watch
Iggy Pop performed his Free single "James Bond" on Wednesday's episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Watch the video replay now.
The Independent - 05 Sep 2019 Album reviews: MUNA – Saves the World, Iggy Pop – Free and Chrissie Hynde – Valve Bone Woe
MUNA – Saves the World MUNA might not be a household name yet, but their influence runs through the charts like a stick of rock these days.