Iggy Pop spoke with Penthouse magazine about his love for New York City of decades’ past. “Everything about New York was cool in the ’70s,” he said. “People slouched when they walked, and they didn’t look like they had anywhere to go. Everybody wasn’t dressed for success. There were still peep shows in Times Square. To me, that created art.” The singer also commented on the city’s latest wave of rock bands: “The worse New York is doing, socially and economically, the better the music. Unfortunately, it seems like New York is doing awfully well these days.”
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