The third release on FuckPunk (yes, the catalogue number is correct) is set to break more rules, and it will debut an outfit entitled ‘asda’ - an uncompromising sound that amalgamates from the combination of local realist-poet ‘chester giles’ and one of the most talented musicians to circulate the underground electronic circuits in recent years: Vessel.
a1. Asda - Spud-U-Like
a2. Asda - Trash And Ready
b1. Asda - Bells
>>8” Dubplate in oversized poly sleeve with art insert, edition of 30<<
About a year (or two?) ago we saw a few of these peculiar 8” dubplates floating around FuckPunk HQ, wondering when they might actually see the light of day.
Over the various months there have been intermittent reports of friends getting their hands on these, Discogs even has this is listed as a Record Store Day release, but that’s not true.
So now, finally you can truly get your hands on this grubby 8” release, or perhaps one of the cassettes packaged in recycled loo roll tubes.
The tracks are by far the most ‘punk’ on the label yet, this is proper ‘I Don’t Give A Fuck’ bedroom punk material, nothing more, nothing less.
The title track ‘I’m Gay’ is about as punk as it gets, it’s a massive ‘Fuck You’ to all homophobes and conservatives, like a righteous poke in the eye for all stiff and stale mindsets out there…
And considering that this track was recorded in 1983, it’s (sadly) still a relevant jab, 30 something years later, in a society where we find it hard to accept each others differences and just get on with it.
But most of all, it’s a good bit of fun, and that’s Punk in itself.
Bolstered alongside, we find the excellently titled ’Half Inch’, ‘Shit Dixon’ and ’Who Gives A Fuck’ – drums all over the place, vocals recorded straight into the sanyo tape player, you know the drill, teenage punk styles putting over-deliberation to shame with quick furious lashes of joyful noise.
Pay your respects to The Bots, and support this latest FuckPunk outing –
Who Gives A Fuck
a. I'm Gay
b. Shit Dixon