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3rd Annual BBQ Wrap-up

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3rd Annual BBQ Wrap-up
In case you missed it, the 3rd Annual Ace Fu Chinatown BBQ was a roaring success. Everything went super well with free food throughout the night, free cupcakes provided by Loose Record, a vast array Neighborhoodies shirts, numbers of Stop Smiling magazines, and, of course, lots of kick-ass music.

Huge thanks to DJ Art and Tai for spinning great tunes all night. More thanks to Michael Leviton, The A-Sides, Priestess, and Man Man for putting on great sets. Red Stripe, Neighborhoodies, Loose Record, Solid PR, the grill masters, and everyone unmentioned deserve our undying gratitude. Hope to see you next year!

Tunng to release debut album in February!

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Tunng to release debut album in February!
Ace Fu's latest discovery from across the pond, Tunng, will release their debut album, "mother's daughter and other songs", in February of 2006!

"Now comes their debut album, a stunning collection of infectious and beautiful songs. Mixing acoustic instruments and electronic sounds, the album drifts along like a hazy summers day, each song gently fading into the next, as the songs weave their magic around the listener."

-Ptolemaic Terrascope (May 2005)

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3rd Annual Ace Fu Chinatown BBQ!

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Here we go.

BBQThe legendary party that spawned a thousand Missed Connections returns to The Delancey this year on
Thursday, October 27 for a third year of madness. Here's the rundown:



THE A-SIDES - 8:30


MAN MAN - 10:30

Free hot dogs, burgers and veggie dogs 7-8 PM.

Free beer 9-10 PM.

$3 beer all night.

Draw the Ace Fu logo on your arm OR come in a costume and win a prize from Neighborhoodies, Stop Smiling Magazine, Solid PR, Loose Record and more!

Special guest DJs Art from WPRB and Tai from Ace Fu.

Secret Machines update

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Secret Machines update
Secret Machines have just about wrapped on their next record
for Warner Brothers (to follow the brilliant Now Here
Is Nowhere
and of course, September 000) --
they mixed it in London with Alan Moulder and it should
come out in Spring 2006. While yr waiting for that, why
not head on down to Memphis on October 30th
to see them play the relocated Voodoo Music Festival ?
Proceeds from the Memphis event will go towards Hurricane
Katrina relief.
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