I’ve been sitting on this one for months now…a testament to how much great music 3hive has in store for you this year! Angela Penhaligon (aka Piney Gir) comes to us from Kansas via the UK. Random right? Her album, Peakahokahoo, is all over the musical map as well; take this first song here as an example. Slippery with slide guitars, it starts off with a twang, breaking down to 808 electronic wizardry in the second verse. Then it all swells together for the chorus. “K-I-S-S-I-N-G” takes the familiar children’s rhyme, backs it with an Italian noir-ish soundtrack, and sets it in Vegas. The one constant? Her solid, silky vocals.
4 Replies to “Piney Gir”
What an insanely haunting song (k-i-s-s-i-n-g). I had it looping around in my head all day…
awesome… nice choice, Sean.
this is what would happen if Meg White decided to ditch her (pretty but 'thunder-stealing') brother and go solo.
Greetings is alright, k-i-s-s-i-n-g is too artschool pretentious and she sings through her nose.