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Video: See Iggy Pop Perform on ‘Austin City Limits’

posted by Oscar October 30, 2016

Iggy Pop appeared on tonight’s episode of the iconic show, Austin City Limits, where the Punk icon performed an 11-track career-spanning set including his latest album, Post Pop Depression. Pop was backed by a band consisting of Queens of the Stone Age’s Josh Homme, Dean Fertita, and Troy Van Leeuwen; Arctic Monkeys’ Matt Helders; and Matt Sweeney.

See Pop’s full performance above.

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Nick Valensi of The Strokes Shares “Ways to Fake It” by His New Band CRX

posted by Oscar September 8, 2016

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Nick Valensi, guitarist of The Strokes, has released the first single from his new side project CRX. The lead track from forthcoming New Skin is titled “Ways To Fake It.” The music boasts a shimmery lead guitar part, which any fan of his most prominent band would enjoy, and the solo is pretty alright too.

The CRX album was produced by Josh Homme. Hear “Ways To Fake It” below. Continue Reading

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CRX, Founded by Nick Valensi of The Strokes, Announces Debut Album Produced by Josh Homme

posted by Oscar August 30, 2016


Nick Valensi and his new band CRX have formally announced today the forthcoming release of their debut album, New Skin. The project was produced by Queens of the Stone Age’s Joshua Homme and it was mixed by Andrew Scheps (Johnny Cash, Green Day, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Adele).

CRX will preview songs from New Skin at a special headline show at the historic Troubadour in West Hollywood, CA on Saturday, September 17. Tickets will go on sale Friday, September 2, at1:00 PM PDT here. The band will also headline Schubas right here in Chicago on September 19 and will go on to support Beck on several upcoming dates.
Find more details on the album and tour dates below.

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Iggy Pop and Josh Homme Release Video for “Sunday”

posted by Oscar May 12, 2016

Iggy Pop and Josh Homme have dropped some visuals for “Sunday,” a key track off their collaborative project Post Pop Depression.

The music video was directed by Andreas Neumann and with it fans get an inside look at the journey of Post Pop Depression from its creation at Rancho De Luna up until the band’s first public performance at the Teragram Ballroom in Los Angeles. There’s also behind-the-scenes footage from early rehearsals, the inaugural live show, along with some shots from the Joshua Tree desert.

Check it out above.

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Video: Iggy Pop and Josh Homme Perform “Sunday” on ‘Kimmel’

posted by Oscar April 26, 2016

Punk legend Iggy Pop was the musical guest last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live!. With the help of Josh Homme, Pop ripped through “Sunday,” undoubtedly one of the top 5 tracks on the recently-released Post Pop Depression.

Check out the performance above.

See below to find the band also do an Iggy trademark: “Lust For Life.”

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Recap: Iggy Pop at The Chicago Theatre

posted by Oscar April 9, 2016

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Wednesday night in Chicago was all about Iggy Pop and his Post Pop Depression Tour, which was hitting the iconic Chicago Theatre.

It’s not often I get to go to shows just for the sake of enjoying the experience but I was lucky enough that this was one of them. The setting couldn’t have been better; you’d be hard-pressed to find a more beautiful venue than the Chicago Theatre, residing at the heart of the city, that can also be worthy of hosting a truly legendary music figure like Iggy Pop.

Pop’s set hit the ground running with a performance of one of his signature tracks, “Lust For Life,” the perfect appetizer of the dopeness that was still to come. Iggy may not be as energetic or as prolific with his stage antics anymore as he once was, but if there’s one thing I can assure to you is that throughout the night he looked like a man on a mission to prove that he’s someone that just won’t quit. Iggy Pop was relentless as frolicked around the stage hopping, and dancing, and gyrating. Pop was set to give us a clear sign that he is willing to continue to give it his all for as long as his body allows him. His heart desires Rock & Roll and the only way to satisfy that craving is by feeding him some time on a stage and under a spotlight.

The setlist was very heavy on the new album Post Pop Depression with several of our favorites making the cut, including the likes of “American Valhalla,” “Sunday” and “Gardenia.” Pop also drew from the solo work he released over the last 4 decades, bringing forth fan-favorites from all eras. There were many highlights that it would almost be unfair to only speak of a handful. “Gardenia,” “The Passenger,” and “China Girl” were played in succession, a trifecta of the best that Pop has to offer that spans several decades. The last of three was clearly one of the greatest moments on the Josh Homme front, who delivered a mighty guitar solo that would make you think you were actually witnessing a classic rock show. There was a moment during “China Girl” during which Iggy willingly gives up the spotlight to his partner Homme; at one point the pair share a glance as if Homme was asking Pop if he could shred harder and Pop very happily granting him that permission.

Find some fan footage from around the net below.

Capping things off with “Success” couldn’t be a more perfect selection. The upbeat nature of the song turned the classical venue into a real riot house and we were all just there to party! Iggy Pop is still with us and he’s a Punk rock treasure, but last Wednesday he proved that he’s not done yet and that he doesn’t need to be put away to be admired later yet.
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Video: Iggy Pop and Josh Homme Perform “Lust For Life” Live in LA

posted by Oscar March 10, 2016

Iggy Pop and his new partner Josh Homme performed a secret warm-up show at The Teregram Ballroom in Los Angeles last night, in preparation of Pop’s forthcoming tour in support of new album Post Pop Depression.

Pop and Homme, backed by their new band, warmed up in LA by playing Iggy’s iconic title track off his 1977 effort, Lust For Life. See them play an awesome rendition above.

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Iggy Pop – “Sunday”

posted by Oscar February 26, 2016

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Iggy Pop has unveiled another track from Post Pop Depression, his forthcoming collaborative album with Queens Of The Stone Age frontman Josh Homme. The new cut is titled “Sunday” and it will feature on the project when it is released March 18th via Rekords Rekords/Loma Vista.

You can definitely hear the influence of the desert in this one, and that guitar lick is so damn catchy and nasty. Hear “Sunday” below. Continue Reading

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Iggy Pop Announces ‘Post Pop Depression Tour’

posted by Oscar January 27, 2016

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Just a week after the surprise unveiling of his new project, Iggy Pop today announces a limited run of one-time-only live dates. Iggy’s Post Pop Depression will arrive March 18 via Rekords Rekords/Loma Vista/Caroline International and the scheduled tour will be supporting the album’s release in specially selected venues.

According to the release:

The Post Pop Depression tour will mark the sole occasion that the album lineup of Iggy, producer/guitarist/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist/bandleader Joshua Homme, Homme’s Queens Of The Stone Age bandmate and Dead Weather-man Dean Fertita and Arctic Monkeys drummer Matt Helders—augmented by QOTSA multi-instrumentalist Troy Van Leeuwen and journeyman guitarist/bassist Matt Sweeney—will perform this material, as well as classics spanning Iggy’s legendary solo career, in a live setting.

Tickets will go on sale to the public on January 30. See all of the dates below. Continue Reading

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Iggy Pop – “Break into Your Heart”

posted by Oscar January 25, 2016

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Iggy Pop keeps unrolling his new, Josh Homme-produced album Post Pop Depression and today they both premiered “Break Into Your Heart” on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 show.

This one oozes desert vibes and shows a clear influence from Homme, so you can expect a heavy and dark production on “Break Into Your Heart” that will make your skin curl and you’re going to love it every bit of it. Earlier today, the online exclusive clip of Iggy Pop and his backing band, consisting of Homme along with Queens of the Stone Age/the Dead Weather’s Dean Fertita and Arctic Monkeys’ Matt Helders, performing the track on Colbert surfaced on YouTube.

Hear the new song (paired with a mini interview) and see the Colbert performance below. Continue Reading

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Video: Iggy Pop with Josh Homme Debuts “Gardenia” Live on ‘Colbert’

posted by Oscar January 22, 2016

Iggy Pop visited The Late Show with Stephen Colbert last night as the musical guest, giving a live debut to his latest track “Gardenia” from Post Pop DepressionThe performance was not only special because the Punk legend had the record’s producer, Josh Homme (of Queens of the Stone Age and Eagles of Death Metal) on hand, but the rest of his backing band was made up by Dean Fertita and Troy Van Leeuwen (also of QOTSA), Arctic Monkeys drummer Matt Helders, and Chavez’s Matt Sweeney.

Earlier in the show Pop and Homme sat and chatted with Colbert about the new project. The collaborators talked about being roomies, which Homme elaborated on by saying: “to see him in a kimono is … it’s just enough to leave something to the imagination. And I’ve got a really good imagination.”

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Album Stream: Eagles of Death Metal – ‘Zipper Down’

posted by Oscar September 24, 2015


Josh Homme’s and Jesse Hughes’ Eagles Of Death Metal are about to release their new album Zipper Down on October 2nd via T-Boy/UME. Today the band have made the album available for streaming in full via NPR.

The new project is their first since 2008’s Heart On, and from this new effort we’ve already heard tracks like “Silverlake,” “Got A Woman” and “Complexity.”

Pre-order Zipper Down here and in the meantime stream the album below. Continue Reading