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Album Review

Sierra and Bianca Casady's approach matured in the three years between Grey Oceans and The Adventures of Ghosthorse and Stillborn. Even though it still sounds like Ouija boards and wax cylinders are vital pieces of their equipment, as the coolly hypnotic vibe of “Trinity’s Crying” unfolds it’s clear that it was made in a more professional setting than, say, a Paris apartment. These arrangements and instrumentation are also among CocoRosie's finest. “Lemonade” captures summer’s idyllic beauty by melding a melody that sounds like it could be from a long-lost Broadway musical with trip-hop-tinged beats, electro synths, and brass. At their best, the Casady sisters borrow from folk, electronic, pop, world, jazz, and whatever else suits their fancies with innovative boldness.


Formed: 2003 in Paris, France

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The luminously lovely indie folk-tronic duo CocoRosie consists of the Casady sisters, vocalist/guitarist/harpist Sierra and vocalist/percussionist Bianca. Both sisters had an early love of music that they pursued as they grew up, albeit in different ways: Sierra began operatic vocal training while she was in high school, while Bianca sang and wrote songs but kept them to herself. That is, until she reconnected with Sierra, who joined Bianca at her Paris apartment, and they started playing and recording...
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