Girls Against Boys

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Girls Against Boys

Big Ups

Tue, September 13, 2016

8:00 pm

Baby's All Right

Brooklyn, NY

$20.00

Tickets at the Door

This event is 18 and over

Girls Against Boys
Girls Against Boys
Girls Against Boys is a band from Brooklyn that started as four people from Washington, DC, fully schooled in the art of noise from the Dischord punk rock scene. Barely surviving their move to the perils of destroyed, crack-addled 1990s New York City, they released their highly acclaimed Venus Luxure No. 1 Baby album through Chicago’s Touch & Go Records in 1993. Their sound is a blend of Dischord punk rock, New York art noise, and Chicago pummelling. They toured incessantly the with the likes of the Jesus Lizard, Rage Against the Machine, Fugazi, Garbage, dEUS,and Placebo, and performed at major international music festivals such as Mt. Fuji Rock (Japan), Reading (UK), Lollapalooza (US), All Tomorrow's Parties (UK), Lowlands (Netherlands), Pukkelpop (Belgium), and many more.
After releasing Venus Luxure No. 1 Baby (1993), Cruise Yourself (1994), and House of GVSB (1996), all on Touch & Go, GVSB moved to Geffen Records and released the much-maligned Freak*on*ica (1998). In 2002 they recordedYou Can’t Fight What You Can’t See for Jade Tree Records. More recently, Epitonic put out The Ghost List (2013). 2016 marks the twentieth anniversary of the release of the seminal House of GVSB. The band members now live in Brooklyn, Dallas, and Vienna (Austria).
Big Ups
Big Ups
Big Ups are a punk rock band from New York City formed in September 2010. The band is comprised of drummer Brendan Finn, vocalist Joe Galarraga, guitarist Amar Lal, and bassist Carlos Salguero Jr. They played their first show on the roof of Joe's apartment building because no one would book them. Since then, they've been playing all over the city- in bars, basements, kitchens, and backyards. The songs are anthems about love, alienation, indecisiveness, comics, and high fives. They have the habit of drawing the energy out of even the most apathetic crowd, and moshpits are common and welcome.. A Big Ups show is a performance, but it's never an act.
Venue Information:
Baby's All Right
146 Broadway
Brooklyn, NY, 11211
http://babysallright.com/