News Roundup: Fucked Up’s Chemistry of Common Life Show, Death By Audio’s Maze Opens, Superstar DJ Record Fair in DUMBO


–Further details have been revealed about Fucked Up’s November 5th live reprise of their entire Chemistry of Common Life at Brooklyn Masonic Temple. The band has revealed the special guests they’d teased earlier this week: Andrew W.K., the Vivian Girls, Titus Andronicus, and Katie Stelmanis will be on hand to join the band as they cruise through one of the better records of 2008. Tickets are on sale now.

Death by Audio’s sculptural maze opened last night with a performance from Pterodactyl, Gowns, Dan Friel, and a bunch of others. The big news for tonight? A Place to Bury Strangers have hopped on a bill that already included the Sian Alice Group, Nine Experimental Dental School, and Reading Rainbow (and a two-hour open bar!). The whole thing goes through October 2nd–more details, here.

–This Sunday, the DUMBO passage beneath the Manhattan Bridge will host a Superstar DJ Record Fair, a Brooklyn Flea-organized vinyl madhouse that should sport at least 30 vendors and, according to New York, five copies of the newly-pressed LCD Soundsystem remix set from DFA. The fair runs from 11-6 and is, happily, free.