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Iggy Pop Contributes Theme Song To ‘Bill, The Galactic Hero’

Good news for fans of the Repo Man soundtrack: Iggy Pop, who wrote and performed the song “Repo Man” (with help from Sex Pistol Steve Jones), has also contributed the theme song to Alex Cox’s latest movie.

Cox made the Kickstarter-funded Bill, the Galactic Hero with his film students at the University of Colorado Boulder, where the movie premiered last month. … You can hear about a minute of Iggy’s theme song in the movie’s latest trailer. Apparently, life has a lot in common with pizza.

Read more at Dangerous Minds


Iggy Pop To Perform At All Tomorrow’s Parties Iceland In July 2015

Iggy Pop To Perform At All Tomorrow’s Parties Iceland In July 2015
Are we happy or are we happy? Iggy Pop will be performing at All Tomorrow’s Parties Iceland, to be held in Ásbrú, Keflavík in Iceland between July 2 and July 4. Iggy’s specific performance time is to be announced. Visit for more information and to buy tickets!

ATP Iceland 2015 Lineup (So Far):
Iggy Pop, Drive Like Jehu, Belle and Sebastian, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Run The Jewels, Mudhoney, Kiasmos, HAM, Ought, Clipping, The Bug, Loop, Xylouris White, Deafheaven, Iceage, Chelsea Wolfe, The Field, White Hills, Ghostigital, Vision Fortune, Younghusband, Tall Firs, Grimm Grimm


Premiere: James Williamson ‘Re-Licked’ Album Stream – Rolling Stone Australia

JAMES WILLIAMSON! “Brand new versions of these songs — initially written and demoed in 1973/74 — have been recorded, with Williamson enlisting a wide range of guests to help out, including Jello Biafra, Mark Lanegan, Alison Mosshart, Ariel Pink, The Orwells Mario Cuomo, The BellRays’ Lisa Kekaula, Primal Scream’s Bobby Gillespie, The Icarus Line’s Joe Cardamone and Carolyn Wonderland.” ROLLING STONE AUSTRALIA



The Stooges’ Guitar Legend James Williamson Featured On NPR’s World Cafe With David Dye

Listen to James Williamson’s new interview on NPR’s World Cafe, and hear two songs from Re-Licked and a Stooges classic that were played during the episode.


James Williamson - Re-Licked

01. Head On The Curve (w/ Jello Biafra)
02. Open Up And Bleed (w/ Carolyn Wonderland)
03. Scene Of The Crime (w/ Bobby Gillespie from Primal Scream)
04. She Creatures Of The Hollywood Hills (w/ Ariel Pink)
05. Til The End Of The Night (w/ Alison Mosshart from The Kills, Dead Weather)
06. I Gotta Right (w/ Lisa Kekaula from The BellRays)
07. Pinpoint Eyes (w/ Joe Cardamone from The Icarus Line)
08. Wild Love (w/ Mark Lanegan & Alison Mosshart)
09. Rubber Leg (w/ Ron Young from Little Caesar)
10. I’m Sick Of You (w/ Mario Cuomo from The Orwells)
Bonus Tracks:
11. Gimme Some Skin (w/ Caroline Wonderland)
12. C*ck In My Pocket (w/ Nicke Andersson from The Hellacopters)
13. Heavy Liquid (w/ Lisa Kekaula)
14. Wet My Bed (w/ The Richmond Sluts)
15. C**k In My Pocket (w/ Gary Floyd from The Dicks)
16. Rubber Leg (w/ J.G. Thirlwell aka Clint Ruin, Foetus)


“An avalanche of raw riffs… and Williamson playing white-knuckled leads like he absolutely refuses to let the Stooges’ music go gentle into that good night.” – PREMIER GUITAR

“Unsurprisingly brilliant.” – NME

“‘I Gotta Right,’ the second single from Re-Licked, is a manic, guitar-blazing rocker featuring belter Lisa Kekaula of The Bellrays.” – USA TODAY

“James Williamson’s aggressive guitar style may be the most influential in punk.” – NPR’s WORLD CAFE

“… hard-charging, fast-paced punk” – EXCLAIM!

“… a karmic correction” – Author/journalist HARVEY KUBERNIK

“James Williamson is on a mission. Revitalized after a reunion with The Stooges and further stoked by interest in his career he has been working hard on keeping The Stooges beating heart alive. Iggy may be having a break from this thing called rock and roll but James is having none of it. The results… a new album of re-recorded songs from the catalogue of Iggy Pop and James Williamson. Songs that never made it into the studio, some known from live shows, some not. Re-Licked is kicking itself out of the garage with an intent to seek and destroy all naysayers, and along for the ride are some very special guest stars.” – ARTROCKER

“… gruff and propulsive” – CONSEQUENCE OF SOUND

“Properly recorded and no longer mired in sub-bootleg mire, the songs do indeed shine through.” – BUCKETFULL OF BRAINS

“James Williamson closes the loop of The Stooges’ past legend in the best possible way.” – ROCK ON MAGAZINE / SPAIN

“Thankfully, there isn’t a single note on Re-Licked that was phoned in. Every person involved in this momentous release clearly grasped the importance of the work being presented…. gearing up to be the Album of the Year.” – music critic JOEL GAUSTON

“…the ‘Great Lost Stooges’ album of 1974.” – OUT MAGAZINE

“Re-Licked has enough energy, fine playing and (deep breath) convincing vocals to present as something unique in the canon of Stooge-inspired music. Get it.” – I-94 BAR



Iggy Pop And Sailor Jerry Launch Flash Collection

Go ahead and add fashion designer to the resume. The Flash Collection collaboration with Sailor Jerry launches TODAY. We pulled together this video of the whole process. Watch it and then go get this stuff before it sells out at Sailor Jerry Clothing.

Iggy has designed 3 items – a premium denim vest, a hand-tooled leather belt with brass buckle and embroidered Sailor Jerry flash patches. All are available for purchase for a limited time.


Iggy Pop, Other Artists Design Custom Guitars for War Child Charity Auction – Rolling Stone

Iggy Pop with guitar for War Child USA
Iggy Pop, Michael Stipe, Muse frontman Matt Bellamy, Dave Stewart, Robby Krieger and film director Gus Van Sant have all designed custom Carparelli guitars for an upcoming auction at Bonhams New York, which will take place November 9th at 7 p.m. Proceeds from these unique items will benefit War Child USA, a humanitarian organization focused on helping children and young people in areas of armed conflict.

Pop offers a more oblique statement for his custom axe, “Soulman”: “Soulman goin’ 110 / colored dots signify the end / Soulman sings a soulful song / clear and simple, deep and long.”

Read more at Rolling Stone.