The set also featured surprise guest performances by Kim Thayil of Soundgarden as well as Mudhoney’s Mark Arm and Steve Turner.
1968 marked a seminal year for the development of underground and independent music, both in sound and philosophy.
Including records from Brian Eno and Kevin Shields, The National, Fleet Foxes, Rage Against the Machine, The Cure, and Arcade Fire.
A collection of songs that prove first impressions really can last forever.
Jim Jarmusch’s portrait of the Stooges walks the line between documentary and hagiography.
“I think I helped wipe out the ’60s.”
Relive Iggy Pop’s wild, tasty “peanut butter incident” in this clip from Stooges documentary Gimme Danger — watch
Shirtless frontman turned himself into a human PB sandwich back in 1970.
New takes on The Replacements, The Misfits, Bad Brains, and more.
The Stooges’ James Williamson and The Bellrays’ Lisa Kekaula team up on breezy “I Love My Tutu” — listen
Stooges guitarist and Bellrays vocalist embrace the island vibe on children’s benefit single.
300-page book includes interviews, rare photos, and more.
The soundtrack to HBO’s vinyl also includes new recordings from Charli XCX, Chris Cornell, Elvis Costello, Sturgill Simpson, and more.
The same cannot be said about London Calling, Tim, or Raw Power.