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Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Giorgio Murderer Live at Uncle Lou's cassette documents Total Fuck Off Weekend

Posted By on Tue, Jun 17, 2014 at 10:16 AM

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Everyone's favorite punk venue Uncle Lou's Entertainment Hall makes for incredible, gritty live show experiences and now that has been translated to a live recording from Total Punk's Total Fuck Off Weekend featuring Giorgio Murderer. The cassette-only release included a limited zine-sized lyric book and a super-limited poster for $10 through Holotrash Records. But now Total Punk has 100 copies of the tape release up on their site for only $6, with all tapes including the zine and the first 50 orders get the poster. From Total Punk's site:

"One hazy afternoon in Orlando, this man touched down upon the planet Earth and delivered his sermon on the mount to an unsuspecting crowd at Uncle Lou's.  What the cassette tape holds, in glorious low-fidelity, is audio documentation of that event."

If you dug Giorgio Murderer and Buck Biloxi at Total Fuck Off Weekend, they recently released a split cassette that's available through Holotrash for $5 featuring the solo debut of Biloxi. And Total Punk, of course, is still churning out hand-stamped pressings like Lumpy and the Dumpers and Life Stinks singles (out next week).

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