U:Mack have announced another free Saturday night gig in The Button Factory – BATS & Ten Past Seven play on March 12th.
Formed in the early part of the Pliocene age, BATS (featuring ex-members of Martha Washington) have spent millions of years developing their sound from a series of intermittent bleeps to the sexy sonic bullets they create today. 4 out of 5 BATS hail from Ireland’s alpha-smoke- Dublin, while the other crawled his way on bloody knuckles out of the haunted town of Carbury, Kildare in the mid 1600’s.
In early 2007 BATS began peddling their love around the island and have since played support to such acts as Gang Gang Dance, Down I Go, The Locust and Liars. December 2007 sees the frightening of some smaller children and the release of their debut EP, entitled Cruel Sea Scientist, on independant label Armed Ambitions . Strong supporters of the Earth to space elevator and strong opposers of the plan to strip-mine the moon for Helium 3, BATS strive to disperse their audio seed into the ears and minds of as many receptive humans as possible. They do so with valiant gusto and in the face of a limited gene pool.
A product of Natural Selection, a constant source of erection. BATS.
U:Mack Presents: BATS Ten Past Seven 8:30pm, Saturday March 12th Followed by club – Ragin’ Full On Free Admission