The world’s forgotten boy has outlived the most generous estimations to freak it with Sum 41, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Peaches, Cat Power, whoever turns him on. An entire generation will know him exclusively as a guest vocalist, and here he is freespleening about watching the world change over ragged breakbeats. This is Iggy’s LULU moment but actually coherent, somewhat, and even when it isn’t, it’s fabulously delirious.
Look: it’s Iggy Pop speaking over rave throwbacks. You already know if you want it.
Teatime Dub Encounters is out July 27 via Caroline.
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