In the space of four years and two albums, Coco Rosie have carved out their own little niche in the world of alternative music.Their kooky folk, which blends opera singing, the sound of children's toys and scratchy hip-hop beats with scabrous fairy-tale lyrics, has won them a wealth of fans. not our thing."Rock fans or not, listening to their latest album, you can see why someone like Rick Rubin might take an interest.(“I’m interested in exploring black-male sexual stereotypes,” she said, laconically.) Now it serves as home to a group of the sisters’ women artist and filmmaker friends, who were dishing out homemade tacos at a long trestle table. The other Coco Rosie bandmates, a French beatboxer named Tez and the instrumentalist Takuya Nakamura, ate quickly.The sisters sipped maté tea and sorted through fright wigs for that night’s concert.The elder of the pair by two years, she has long, black, raven hair and a shooting star drawn on her cheek. The whimsical side of Coco Rosie is clearly a product of their extremely unorthodox childhood.Bianca, blonde, angelic-faced and dressed in baggy "street" attire, sports a DIY haircut. As children they lived a rootless, Huckleberry Finn-like existence, travelling through the American landscape. "The family set up home in everything from Victorian houses to trailers and warehouses, across the USA in places as diverse as Hawaii, Iowa, Arizona and California.The two sisters were brought up by “alternative” parents—their father a devotee of Native American shamanism, their mother an artist who dragged her children across California, Hawaii, and New Mexico—and they had lost touch with each other.
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"We had no intention of showing it to anyone, because we'd both felt we wouldn't be accepted, as artists, to any degree.
"We both felt like we would remain very, very much outsiders.
Costume is a crucial element of the Coco Rosie effect.
Bianca, who is thirty-three, was wearing flame-patterned basketball shorts, white kneesocks, and a bowler hat; Sierra, who is two years older, looked comparatively demure in a seersucker jacket and red clown makeup.