Programming also includes Iggy Pop, Tim Hecker, Fucked Up, and more.
Finnish event stands out from US counterparts with Iggy Pop, Massive Attack, and New Order.
Pop talks about the man who “resurrected” him and spins his favorite Bowie tracks.
Danny Boyle’s long-awaited sequel hits theaters early next year.
Daft Punk, Kurt Cobain, Amy Winehouse, Gorillaz, and a whole bunch of David Bowies are scattered throughout the grounds.
Sir Paul McCartney, Lady Gaga, Michael Stipe, Lin-Manuel Miranda, and many others also participate.
Post Pop Depression visuals tap into the “last man standing” notion.
Clip offers a behind-the-scenes look at how Post Pop Depression came to be.
Rock ‘n’ roll’s finest new collaboration continue their support of Post Pop Depression.
Featuring Woody Allen, Jeff Nichols, Nicholas Winding Refn, and Andrea Arnold.
A very blunt letter circa 1995 reveals Pop’s strong dislike of the rock legends.
Plus, Julien Baker, Deap Vally, Car Seat Headrest, and The Avett Brothers.