BioNever easy to categorize, Birds & Batteries continue to cut their own path of genre-less music. Previously revered by some as alt-country garage, fuzzy synth psych, or electronic pop, Birds & Batteries again find themselves in new territory with their latest EP, Up To No Good. Songwriter Mike Sempert describes it as "a spooky-funky adventure." Heavily influenced by Bowie’s Scary Monsters, P-Funk, and John Carpenter films, the EP manages to convey a degree of mystery/magic amidst post-modern wreckage, combining the fun of late ’70s freak-funk with a detached, studio cool of ’80s R&B. And all just in time for Halloween (cue Vincent Price).