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AWEFUL "Open Heart"

Post-Punk trio AWEFUL has released a new single and video called "Open Heart". This is the second single from the group's forthcoming self-titled album which is due out this summer via What’s For Breakfast?.

You can catch AWEFUL at Reggie's on March 24th with Bat Hearse and Royal Son of a Guns.


Aweful "No Avail"

Aweful has released a new single called "No Avail". This is the gothic psych rock of Traci Trouble (Bass/Vocals), Lucy Dekay (Guitar/Vocals), and Izzy Price (Drums).

All proceeds from the single will be donated to the Greater Chicago Food Depository.


Aweful “Me Me Me”

Rock trio Aweful released their debut single, “Me Me Me”, last week. This is the work of Traci Trouble (HotLips Messiah), Lucy Dekay (Mystery Actions) and Izzy Price (Velcro Lewis Group). The single is taken from the trio’s debut EP, which will be released on August 2nd via BeerCan.

You can help Aweful celebrate the release of their EP on August 1st at Empty Bottle with Touched By Ghoul, Boybrain, and DJ Andy Ryan.


CUFF 2018 Concert @ Empty Bottle (6/8)

The Chicago Underground Film Festival (CUFF) has announced the line-up for their annual after party. This year it will take place on June 8th at Empty Bottle and feature three wild and unpredictable acts.

Aweful is a new trio fronted by Traci Trouble (Hotlips Messiah, Wanton Looks, Paper Bullets) and featuring Lucy Dekay (Mystery Actions) and Jaclyn Vorel (Panzer, Still Machine). This event will be their first live performance, but this three musicians are sure to impress.

Blacker Face has previously been feature on The Deli for their recently released EP “Think Piece”, and always perform with energy, rage, and chaos at their core.

The headliner is Nobunny, who has gained national attention at the Punk Rock Rabbit, who will on occasion remove his pants, but never removes his mask. Nobunny appeared twice on the recently released Dr. Demento cover album, Dr. Demento Covered In Punk. Here is his take on the now problematic Fred Schneider song, “Monster”.


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