Third Man Books will release the story of the hugely influential proto-punk band as told for the first time entirely by frontman Iggy Pop.
The Queens of the Stone Age leader can be seen momentarily grabbing the man and calling him a “f---ing asshole” and “full of s---."
Unlike at other music festivals, you create your own lineup at Austin's South by Southwest. Here are a couple dozen artists you should revolve your days around.
Casablancas delivers his second Velvet Underground cover, "White Light/White Heat," for the Mick Jagger and Martin Scorsese-produced series.
Pop's latest (and potentially his last) album is streaming all week ahead of its March 18 release.
“His body has witnessed much and should be documented," British artist Jeremy Deller said.
It's a legitimately danceable song complete with female backup singers and an intricate orchestral bit at the end you should really stick around for.
While there's still snow on the ground in some places, eagerly anticipated albums from the likes of Weezer, PJ Harvey and Underworld should warm you right up.
Iggy Pop played this year's Tibet House Benefit Concert at Carnegie Hall, where he covered Bowie's "Jean Genie" and "Tonight."
March will come in (and go out) like a lion this year with new albums from Iggy Pop + Josh Homme, Jeff Buckley, Gwen Stefani and many more.