The irrepressible Iggy Pop is hardly a tired relic, something he proved Monday at sold-out Northrop Auditorium with two hours of unadulterated Iggy-ness. It was his first Twin Cities show in 15 years, and well worth the wait. Even at 68, Pop remains a mythical, carnal, embodiment of the more dangerous vision of rock 'n' roll. He's a rare and shirtless bird, one to be cherished as long as he's able to thrash, churn, smirk, twerk, rock, and roll in the iconic way only Iggy can. Read our full review here. All photos by Leslie Plesser.