Girls Against Kids’ dual-bass assault and Scott McCloud’s wheezy sing-speak vocals (similar to the Fall’s Tag E. Smith) produce a lively, if sometimes loud, sound that could most likely annoy listeners if it weren’t for the D.C. band’s great Fugazi-influenced tracks. Girls Against Kids’ 1989 debut recording, Tropic of Scorpio, made an appearance within the Adult Swim label, accompanied by a jump up to the favorite indie Contact & Choose Venus Luxure No. 1 Baby. The albums that adopted — 1995’s Luxury cruise Yourself and 1996’s Home of GVSB — charted the group’s developing fortunes. Their leap to main label Geffen with 1998’s Freak*on*ica led to higher product sales but more bad reviews. Following a extended hiatus, the music group returned towards the underground having a agreement for Jade Tree along with a 2002 full-length, You Can’t Battle EVERYTHING YOU Can’t See. Women Against Boys split up the following yr, but consequently reunited to tour European countries (having a lineup right now offering bassist John Schmersal from Enon) in Feb 2005. The group also planned a tour from the Czech Republic, Poland, and Russia for Feb 2009. In 2013, Young ladies Against Children released their initial record of all-original materials in over a decade using the EP Ghost List.