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CocoRosie – 2009 tour dates, new album in 2010

Join Songkick to track CocoRosie and get concert alerts when they play near you. View all past concerts. The duo formed in when meeting in Paris after being estranged from each other for three years. CocoRosie are very much in the latter camp. The parents of Coco and Rosie separated when they were three and five, respectively. Sierra moved to New York in , aged 18, before relocating to Paris to study for a career as an opera singer.

US Release Date: Amazon · iTunes. Heartache City, Bianca and Sierra Casady’s sixth album as CocoRosie, intentionally upends.

Originally a duo , the group was formed when Bianca, who was living in New York City at the time, made an impromptu visit to Sierra at her Paris apartment, reconnecting with her for the first time in ten years. They later expanded to a group and added various backing musicians , including a bassist , keyboardist , beatboxer , and synth player. Their childhood has been described as “bizarre” and “nomadic”. In a interview, Bianca described their childhood, stating “we spent our summers hiking from reservation to reservation I remember being in peyote circles as a kid, sitting in tepees full of smoke We always felt pretty much like freaks, but we felt good about it.

We didn’t have any rules or anything. We had total freedom. It was hard to meet people who had the same values as us. We just sort of carry that with us today.

CocoRosie Announces Spring 2020 Tour Dates and Shares New Song “Aloha Friday”

For everybody to hear! How do you like this one? Check our website www. CocoRosie is thrilled to share the first track of their upcoming sixth album with you today!

By Robert Wilson and CocoRosie. Based on “The Jungle Book” by Rudyard Kipling (). Opening on April 26, at the Grand Théâtre de la Ville de.

CocoRosie is forever waiting for its moment to arrive. Over the years, CocoRosie slowly drifted away from their lo-fi roots and toward sounds that emphasize the sophistication of their songs. On Tales of a GrassWidow, Sierra and Bianca Casady polish away some of the more grating edges of their previous album, Grey Oceans, but these songs aren’t all sweetness and light: “After the Afterlife” begins the album with deceptive delicacy before synths take the track in a darker and more mysterious direction.

CocoRosie have long divided opinion — and, love them or loathe them, much of that opinion rests on what you think of their vocals. The Casady sisters are back to divide opinion and elicit a wide range of facial expressions with their first album since ‘s Grey Oceans, Tales of a GrassWidow. Firstly, let’s address most critics’ main gripe with CocoRosie and talk about the vocals. They’re odd and wildly changeable; one minute toddler, the next shrill belter, the next angelic chorister.

CocoRosie Cancel Dates Following Arrest

Heartache City , Bianca and Sierra Casady’s sixth album as CocoRosie, intentionally upends the sonic trajectory the band appeared to be following. On ‘s Grey Oceans and ‘s Tales of a GrassWidow production grew increasingly layered and prismatic. On that record the sisters worked with minimal effects and in maximum seclusion.

US Release Date: Amazon · iTunes. Heartache City, Bianca and Sierra Casady’s sixth album as CocoRosie, intentionally upends.

Mixed or average reviews – based on 5 Critic Reviews What’s this? Generally favorable reviews – based on 4 Ratings. Put the Shine On. User Score. Your Score. Rate this:. Log in to finish rating Put the Shine On. Share this? Summary: The seventh full-length release for the sisters Bianca and Sierra Casady is their first in five years. Buy On.

Critic Reviews. Score distribution:. Positive: 1 out of 5. Mixed: 4 out of 5.

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Not to incite a witch-hunt, but I think Bianca and Sierra — the sister duo who comprise CocoRosie — might be sorceresses. Though despite previous bad press, I think witches are quite admiral. Not just anybody can make a lullaby out of a nightmare. Or vise versa. CocoRosie, however, has long demonstrated that they are fully dial-in to the ghostly energy of the cosmos.

Event Date: CocoRosie’s songs blend a myriad of styles and references from hip-hop to folk and opera with a focus on beat programming.

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For Under the Radar’s 13th annual Artist Survey we emailed some of our favorite artists a few questions relating to We asked them about their favorite albums of the year and their thoughts on various notable news stories involving either the music industry or world events, as well as some quirkier personal questions. Here are some answers from Sierra Casady of CocoRosie. CocoRosie’s latest album, Heartache City , is out now. We have never been great music listeners and certainly do not keep up on the latest.

Not knowing what’s in is sometimes better for the creative mind.

CocoRosie – Burning Down The House cover artwork play_circle_outline. CocoRosie. Burning Down The House. Release date: March 13, (3 months ago).

A writer more prone to hyperbole might imagine a post-digital Karen Dalton possessing the bodies of conjoined twins raised in the crumbling decadence depicted in Kennedy-scion documentary Grey Gardens. Self-produced, La Maison… is an eerie, sparse, haunted record; instrumentation that sounds like field recordings, or sounds transferred from well-worn 78s, threaded around unfussy synthetic clicks and glitchy backing and delicate harp runs, lovely as unexpected pools of sunlight.

Then there are the voices:a lilting, jazzy rasp very Karen Dalton , oddly child-like sighs, a soaring but never overbearing operatic trill, like the return of an echo. They sing words that twist and turn, resisting interpretation but operating, surely, by their own internal logic, dipped in a kind of Southern gothic both sensual and ominous. Sign in. Log into your account.

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CANCELLED: CocoRosie – Put The Shine On

To spark discussion, the Walker invites local artists and critics to write overnight reviews of our performances. Agree or disagree? Feel free to share your thoughts in comments! I was introduced to CocoRosie nearly ten years ago.

Put The Shine On. Label: Marathon Artists. Release date: March 6th In the nearly five years since CocoRosie released their last album, sisters Bianca and.

In the nearly five years since CocoRosie released their last album, sisters Bianca and Sierra Casady have been far from idle. It was a really beautiful place, but at the same time kind of brutal. We were making music, but also dealing with a lot of complicated stuff within our family, mental illness and alcoholism, which eventually started to weave in and out of the record thematically. There is such a taboo about mental illness, it felt important to talk about that in a really honest way.

These stories about our family, about life and death and illness, were intertwined with a Wu-Tang-like way of mythologizing things. The whole record, and how and where and why it got made, became a wild journey of its own. The twelve tracks on Put The Shine On illustrate why, nearly two decades into their career, CocoRosie remain a truly singular band. While Shine may very well be the most straightforward statement of their career, the same left-of-center sensibilities that made their earlier records so captivating and often, polarizing remain very much at play.

Though the record was recorded at a variety of locations — including Hawaii and a several sessions at Sonic Ranch studios, just outside the border of Mexico near El Paso, Texas — much of Shine was put together in San Francisco, which became a working hub for a variety of reasons. And she really encouraged us to stay busy with our art. She wanted the feeling of movement, the bustle of us coming and going and having exciting news. So nearly right up until she passed, we were still in the studio working.

And she was incredibly brave. That experience totally changed everything.

CocoRosie – Un Beso

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