IGGY POP IS ENJOYING an Indian summer, so much so that it’s hard to believe that this month’s Post Pop Depression, his best album in years, could be his last. Or so he claims in MOJO 269.
Cover star – along with his latest musical spar, Josh Homme – of the magazine on North American newsstands currently, Iggy underlines the qualities of honesty, commitment and defiance that have defined him as a musician and creator, from the years of notoriety in the Stooges, through subsequent ups and downs to his current status as a universally-acknowledged cultural treasure.
Pick up a copy of MOJO (April 2016 / #269) with its in-depth, career-spanning Iggy interview. Meanwhile, enjoy the following audio-visual companion. Because however great his music is, watching Iggy is half the fun…