AIDS Wolf at The Hideout

Post Author: Brian Butler

In the shadow of an uptown strip-mall neighborhood, past the city of Chicago’s dump truck parking lot, lurks a neat little spot called the Hideout. Last night Aids Wolf probably alerted the entire strip-mall community that something loud and wild lives in the backyard. Their three piece wall of sound melted-faces into something you’d find in a Seripop poster. Which they happened to bring a large collection of. All that remained after the final notes of the set were debris of fans-turned-skeletons with chunks of flesh hanging off.

Before being melted, the audience also had the pleasure of seeing the Chicago experimental/sludge/spaz outfit D.Rider as well as the local three piece noise pros Bad Drugs.

Alerting the strip-mall community that something wild lives in the backyard.