This year the legendary Asian Dub Foundation celebrate 30 years of career and activism, marked by memorable concerts all over the world, 9 studio albums and a host of iconic collaborations. 

As well as an anniversary tour across Europe, Asian Dub Foundation are preparing the release of a compilation celebrating 30 years of collaborations, with previously unreleased tracks, remixes and versions rearranged for the occasion. And who better to unveil the first extract from this project than the one and the only, Iggy Pop. The Stooges singer reinterprets their classic ‘No Fun’ on an arrangement by Asian Dub Foundation, with new vocals and alternate lyrics.

Recorded in Miami in 2007 and originally released on the ‘Punkara’ album the following year, this is an ADF30 anniversary version re-arranged, remixed and remastered by Bernie Gardner at Warm Puppy Studios. 

Here’s Asian Dub Foundation’s Steve “Chandrasonic” Savale sharing some memories about the collaboration with Iggy Pop:

Stream ‘No Fun (2024)’  here: