Iggy Pop

Noisey News

Iggy Pop Has Designed a Range of Board Shorts, For The Fashion-Forward Dad

Finally, a gift for the surfing Stooges fan who has everything!
Lauren O'Neill
Festivals 2017

Iggy Pop Is a Middle Finger to Mortality

That Iggy is still playing shows to rave reviews all over the world is a giant “fuck you”: to common sense, the laws of physics, and everything you were told about drugs in school.
Michelle Lhooq
Noisey News

Iggy Pop, Patti Smith and More of Your Favorite Rockstars Will Appear in Terrence Malick’s New Movie

Finally, something for you and your dad to bond over.
Lauren O'Neill
Behind The Lens

Iggy Pop and Jim Jarmusch Tell Us How They Brought The Stooges' Naked, Acid-Soaked Hysteria to Film

It took eight years to make 'Gimme Danger'—the definitive Stooges doc.
Kim Taylor Bennett
Behind The Lens

Danny Fields Is the Music Industry Wild Man You’ve Never Heard Of

He devastated The Beatles with a headline, gave the world the Ramones, and caused mischief throughout the 60s and 70s. With Danny it was always right place, right time, all the time.
Cameron Cook
sxsw 2016

The Best Shit We Saw at SXSW 2016

A week in Texas that featured tacos and margs and hoverboards and networking and, most importantly, music.
Noisey Staff
Holy Shit

Iggy Pop Shares "Sunday," a New Song from 'Post Pop Depression'

There are echoes of Bowie in the latest cut from the Josh Homme collaboration 'Post Pop Depression.'
Alex Robert Ross
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Listen to David Bowie Impersonate Iggy Pop, Lou Reed, and More in a Newly Unearthed Recording

David Bowie's sense of humor was too good.
John Hill
In Memoriam

Robert Christgau Remembers Six Ways 70s Bowie Changed Culture Forever

Bowie was everything: a punk prophet and an arena-rock pioneer, a free spirit and a proud poser, an adept of black musical vanguards as well as white, a dynamo and an amalgamator and a shrewd hanger-on.
Robert Christgau
Festivals 2015

All the Coolest Stuff We Saw at Riot Fest, Illustrated

Bootsy Collins, GWAR, and De La Soul were among the many highlights we captured in ink for your viewing pleasure.
Brian Butler

Le Butcherettes Are Caked in the Blood of Mexico: An Interview with Teri Gender Bender

Stream 'A Raw Youth,' the fourth album from Le Butcherettes, exclusively on Noisey.
Bryn Lovitt
Festivals 2015

The Best Photos From Heavy Montréal

The praised heavy music festival returned for its seventh year.