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Iggy Pop and Josh Homme

Iggy Pop and Josh Homme To Showcase At SXSW

by Paul Cashmere

Iggy Pop and Josh Homme will showcase their joint album ‘Post Pop Depression’ at SXSW in Austin in March.

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