Too easily dismissed as a scrappy Indie-Prog outfit and/or anthemic noise-popsters, P.E.E.'s musicanship exceeds the bare bones expectations of either genre -- in fact, they're world class players with the songs to match. Rarely is a band so conscientious in the pursuit of melody, rhythm and dynamics, but P.E.E. mesmerize on all fronts. Drummer Andee Connors (also of A Minor Forest) often plays quietly independent of Kelly Green and Jim Stanley's interwoven guitar circuitry until the appropriate time arrives, when all rhythmic and melodic components crash together with catastrophic finesse. Their songs are so full of subtle vocal and instrumental adventure, it's difficult to keep up; however, those who do are awarded incredibly complex, warmly kinetic moments.