Pee Pee – “Castile Jackine is Vooded at Broonus Mousin: Volume 1″ (Helmet Room Recordings, Nov 11)

I’ve got a love hate relationship with music blogs that simply take all the incoming mp3 links of the week and add them without comment at the end of a post. For one thing, music linked to without any context seems purposeless. Secondly, I think the role of the music blogger is to give some guidance and attempt to create a curatorial atmosphere. So I was a little bummed when I did a search and found links to a few new songs from the Colorado based experimental indie folk outfit PEE PEE already on a popular blog. However the lack of context allows me to at least add to that post.

This band plays a genre they’ve coined called “pure porch-core”. They have just released their debut full length titled Castile Jackine is Vooded at Broonus Mousin: Volume 1 (don’t ask!). They pall around with members of gypsy punkers DeVotChKa and 1920′s swing-folk experimentalists Paperbird (not as bad as palling around with terrorists, I guess). I’m pretty sure the song below is an epic-length orchestral folk ballad about a getting a new cat.

Buy the new record here.

I Hope My New House Feels Welcoming To You [Download]

Bonus songs from Paper Bird

Livin Lucky [Download]

Blue Sparks [Download]

One Response to “Pee Pee – “Castile Jackine is Vooded at Broonus Mousin: Volume 1″ (Helmet Room Recordings, Nov 11)”

  1. Ryan says:

    I sent you an e-mail about a year and a half or so ago about Paper Bird…they may have been White Tiger back then. I jumped out of my chair when I saw them on your blog. Denver has quite the scene…Abe Abraham, Rachael Pollard, Laura Bad Weather California, Young Coyotes and Laura Goldhamer are some of the best that you should definitely check out.