CocoRosie member goes to "Kill Whitey" Ironic dance parties and gets called out by brainwashed.com as racist

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Did she bring a bucket of fried chicken with her to get the admission discount?

Stuck to a Seat in the New Beverly (Bent Over at the Arclight), Saturday, 5 November 2005 08:32 (fourteen years ago) link

More than a little misogyny behind the Brainwashed piece, I feel.

They give a lot more leeway to the likes of DIJ and Boyd Rice. But then they're 'serious' industrial artistes dealing with the themes the straight world finds shocking. And big tough guys.

Soukesian, Saturday, 5 November 2005 12:00 (fourteen years ago) link

soukesian OTM.

what a shitty article, also obvs this guy as an axe to grind with the Coco girls, check the link to a previous Coco hate screed (this time about how they rip off Dresden Dolls). I can just picture this guy in his unlit basement apartment pacing around coming up with this stuff

eBay Item number: 7358717916 (mookie wilson), Saturday, 5 November 2005 13:27 (fourteen years ago) link

Yeah, this is tabloid hackjob bullshit.

Now I don't even like CocoRosie, but finding a regular hip-hop club intimidating (I'm presuming it has more to do with sexism than race btw, although it's hardly spelt out as such) but not finding a hipster equivalent the same = non shocker.

You could make the same assumption about Jamaican Dancehall vs. a Hollertronix party and still be TOTALLY missing the point.

Ellen Allien's said in interviews that she used to go to hip-hop clubs before getting into techno because (aside from digging the music) she didn't get strangers grabbing her behind at them. So, does that make her a racist when she's hanging out with Mad Mike and releasing Kero 12"s on her label?

Worst song, played on ugliest guitar (fandango), Saturday, 5 November 2005 13:54 (fourteen years ago) link

I fucked that up, she found less sexism at the techno clubs was the point I mangled there.

This is totally more of a sex/class/musical culture issue than outright racism (although it's certainly a factor, but not the whole story).

Worst song, played on ugliest guitar (fandango), Saturday, 5 November 2005 13:58 (fourteen years ago) link

The whole issue of "Kill Whitey" parties in the first place is still completelu UGH though. But that's a different thread.

Worst song, played on ugliest guitar (fandango), Saturday, 5 November 2005 14:00 (fourteen years ago) link

Oh god... fuck this thread and fuck these fucking fuckwits on all sides here. Retracting any attempts at making this whole thing look good. My comparisons above are way off the mark regarding this Kill Whitey thing vs. a regular Hip Hop club too. This CocoRosie girl seems more plain stupid than (knowingly) racist.

Worst song, played on ugliest guitar (fandango), Saturday, 5 November 2005 14:27 (fourteen years ago) link


I could be wrong, but maybe the reason they're under the "race" microscope is because they used the N-word in their songs. Not exactly cool to begin with.

Cliffy (CliffLevingston), Saturday, 5 November 2005 15:22 (fourteen years ago) link

Somebody call Maury Povich, 'cause that "expose" is pretty fucking trite. Brainwashed = Brainless

nancyboy (nancyboy), Saturday, 5 November 2005 16:30 (fourteen years ago) link

Before you guys respond further, I highly encourage you to visit the original thread:

This sounds like the worst thing

THe thread title is very vague, so newbies to this whole story are not to be blamed for missing it the first time, or not finding it via search..

but please read this, before fortifying another major deja vu thread.

iDonut B4 x86 (donut), Saturday, 5 November 2005 16:43 (fourteen years ago) link

Granted, Brainwash wasn't around to weight in during the original thread, but IMHO their editorial really doesn't say anything new, whether you sympathize with them or not.

iDonut B4 x86 (donut), Saturday, 5 November 2005 16:44 (fourteen years ago) link

I could be wrong, but maybe the reason they're under the "race" microscope is because they used the N-word in their songs. Not exactly cool to begin with.
-- Cliffy (clif...), November 5th, 2005

I see that as a bit different. I haven't heard the song, but I don't know what context the word is in. To outright say any white artist who uses the n word is racist is a bit off.

The Brainwashed article is clearly writen by someone who was waiting for CocoRosie to slip up so he could say "SEE, I GAVE THEM A BAD REVIEW WHEN THE ALBUM CAME OUT! LOOKS LIKE BAD PEOPLE MAKE BAD MUSIC AND I WIN ON ALL COUNTS!"

He also brings up HUGE topics and barely deals with them. Don't bring up something like post modernism being the death knell of culture and only mention that you heard it from some neo-Marxist.

And yes, the "dumb rich white girl doesn't really get it" angle was downright offensive in its own way.

Yes but the salad?, Saturday, 5 November 2005 19:01 (fourteen years ago) link

YBTS? OTM

Whiney G. Weingarten (whineyg), Saturday, 5 November 2005 19:07 (fourteen years ago) link

cocorosie publicist, OTM!

grindingaxes, Saturday, 5 November 2005 19:53 (fourteen years ago) link

uuuuuuuuuuuugh that other thread again. donut????? cocierosie give me a bad feeling, but i have *no other opinions* about the rest of this anymore. hopefully getting freaky being a softcore act is its own punishment.

Susan Douglas (Susan Douglas), Saturday, 5 November 2005 23:40 (fourteen years ago) link

maybe the reason they're under the "race" microscope is because they used the N-word in their songs. Not exactly cool to begin with...

I'm presuming it has more to do with sexism than race btw...

http://www.rarebeatles.com/sheetmu/solo/ssmjnigg.jpg

rogermexico (rogermexico), Saturday, 5 November 2005 23:46 (fourteen years ago) link

but she likes to dance to the idea above...but not necessarily participate in it. so it's about both sexism and racism.

Susan Douglas (Susan Douglas), Saturday, 5 November 2005 23:57 (fourteen years ago) link

Gosh i was HOPING we could discuss this some more!
Goodie!

Forksclovetofu (Forksclovetofu), Sunday, 6 November 2005 00:10 (fourteen years ago) link

i know, this is horrible. i don't really want to be involved. just thought for a second its interesting how she says she doesn't want to be treated that way yet is obviously entertained by white boys doing their mock sexual aggressiveness thing on her that they've borrowed from hiphop culture....what does it all mean? there's something retarded from every angle about this, yet i sense no one is really guilty. but still can't stand cocorosie -even their music seems like they're not participating.

Susan Douglas (Susan Douglas), Sunday, 6 November 2005 00:21 (fourteen years ago) link

Having seen them live, I can corroborate that statement.

Forksclovetofu (Forksclovetofu), Sunday, 6 November 2005 00:22 (fourteen years ago) link

The phenomenon of the KW parties is stupid and kind of insulting, but this piece goes way over the edge. It's quite possible that Cassady is not, in fact, a "trust-fund baby" as alleged by the piece, it's pretty unlikely that the majority of the party-goers will go on to become captains of industry, or whatever, and it's also possible that the hip-hop clubs she checked out were in fact kind of shady (though it's also possible that she just projected her fears onto them). In any case, criticizing these parties doesn't necessitate painting a klan hood on the photos of all their attendees.

Hurting (Hurting), Sunday, 6 November 2005 00:34 (fourteen years ago) link

what do you think happens at hiphop clubs? even in gay clubs you really can't go for long w/o having atleast some guy pull his dick out on you on the dance floor and the groping/grinding etc is a given. indie/hipster clubs are just safer than every other place-no one's ever pulled out his sickly pale indie-dick on me or even made excessive contact. i really don't think her stantement is about privileged white woman's fears of the unknown etc.

Susan Douglas (Susan Douglas), Sunday, 6 November 2005 00:58 (fourteen years ago) link

i still cant believe that the 'kill whitey' parties are national 'news'. wtf its just a party with a dumb name.

phil-two (phil-two), Sunday, 6 November 2005 01:57 (fourteen years ago) link

yeah, phil-two OTM.

i am sure every city in america has a party like this. the one i used to go to was called "booty bassment". the only difference aside from the name was that they didn't hand out a discount for bringing a fucking bucket of fried chicken (tasteless!) and the DJs didn't act and talk like total asses.

vahid (vahid), Sunday, 6 November 2005 02:12 (fourteen years ago) link

Susan's OTM about the actually benign meaning of the "safe to get freaky" line

curmudgeon high on crack on the subject of whether brainwashed liking or not liking hiphop has fuck-all to do with anything

Banana Nutrament (ghostface), Sunday, 6 November 2005 03:20 (fourteen years ago) link

Some things just aren't meant to be safe, man

Schwip Schwap (schwip schwap), Sunday, 6 November 2005 03:37 (fourteen years ago) link

Michael Bolton: How Black Music Changed My Life

Curt1s St3ph3ns, Sunday, 6 November 2005 04:52 (fourteen years ago) link

curmudgeon high on crack on the subject of whether brainwashed liking or not liking hiphop has fuck-all to do with anything...

Banana Nutrament (straightup@gmail.com), November 6th, 2005.


That's not what I said, Banana.

curmudgeon (Steve K), Sunday, 6 November 2005 16:29 (fourteen years ago) link

what do you think happens at hiphop clubs? even in gay clubs you really can't go for long w/o having atleast some guy pull his dick out on you on the dance floor and the groping/grinding etc is a given.

Wait, is that true?! I've never been the clubbing type (I don't think I've been to a dance club in the last 11 of my 29 years), so forgive me if I seem like a complete naif for being shocked at this. But I am. Men pull their dicks out on the dancefloor? Routinely?

I've been missing out! (kidding). That's fucking awful.

joseph cotten (joseph cotten), Sunday, 6 November 2005 18:15 (fourteen years ago) link

I don't think I ever got a chance to throw this on the other thread, so I'll toss it here: so far as I can tell, CocoRosie as an entity has a sorta complicated relationship with black people. There are the period-piece racial slurs on record; the whole overblown Kill Whitey thing; there's the fact that their "backing band" consists mostly of black people, and the last time I saw them they took the stage in Sean John sweats. I'm not sure it's worth trying to draw big conclusions from any of this stuff, apart from the idea that the sisters are, say, "interested in" or "engaged with" black culture or the idea of blackness. See them live, with all the beats provided by beatboxing black hipsters, and it seems a lot simpler and stranger: we might think of their music as some kind of "freak-folk," but they play it like it's intended to be some mixup of old-time scratchy jazz and modern r&b -- like Billie Holiday produced by Timbaland, or something (which turns out to feel more than a little like Portishead's aesthetic). How race works for them beyond that is a pretty open question, except for the obvious fact that it does something for them, and is at issue; their band includes black people and they're half-Cherokee, aren't they? So all this "trust-fund hipster racists" stuff seems to evade something way more interesting with these two.

Also yes, there is something so gigantically stupid and bizarre about saying the hipsters at Williamsburg parties are going to become "captains of industry." They're in their late twenties -- if they were ever going to do something beyond live in crappy lofts and play in bands, chances are they'd have gotten started on it by now. The bulk of them will get office jobs like everyone else, and the rest will wind up making cabinets or repairing amplifiers or running record stores or becoming publicisists.

nabiscothingy, Sunday, 6 November 2005 20:12 (fourteen years ago) link

Also yes, there is something so gigantically stupid and bizarre about saying the hipsters at Williamsburg parties are going to become "captains of industry." They're in their late twenties -- if they were ever going to do something beyond live in crappy lofts and play in bands, chances are they'd have gotten started on it by now. The bulk of them will get office jobs like everyone else, and the rest will wind up making cabinets or repairing amplifiers or running record stores or becoming publicisists.

shh nabisco you'll get in the way of the incipient class rage, how we gonna have a revolution without the class rage

Banana Nutrament (ghostface), Sunday, 6 November 2005 21:20 (fourteen years ago) link

You have class rage and still distinguish between economic class and social class! (Not that "hipsters" are even that far up the social-class scale; it's just a meaningless little pocket that people who pay attention to youth culture obsess over.)

E.g. I don't think it's coincidence that constant anti-hipster sneering (usually Williamsburg-related) coincided with the explosion of internet culture-talk: suddenly you can have bloggers with no significant experience of a particular hipster spot or place or scene who can look at the pictures and read about it in record reviews and develop some bizarro fantasy of a whole neighborhood of trust-fund racists with Flock of Seagulls haircuts doing coke all night and feeling superior to everyone. All shit that might, in some extreme instances, kinda vaguely trend toward certain realities, but it's still totally bizarre. Weirdest of all: the way "Williamsburg" become shorthand for NYC hipsters has created this class of people elsewhere who actually think it's a full-neighborhood hipster-trash party, despite the reality that Williamsburg looks and feels not that incredibly different from any "hip" younger neighborhood, anywhere, from San Francisco to Chicago to Philadelphia. That "captains of industry" line in particular is just kinda like ... well, this person's understanding of what he/she is talking about is massively divorced from reality.

nabiscothingy, Sunday, 6 November 2005 22:45 (fourteen years ago) link

some bizarro fantasy of a whole neighborhood of trust-fund racists with Flock of Seagulls haircuts doing coke all night and feeling superior to everyone

How dare you say that about Costa Mesa.

Ned Raggett (Ned), Sunday, 6 November 2005 22:48 (fourteen years ago) link

(NB the last time some random person on ILX unleashed one of those weird Williamsburg fantasies, I found myself actually in Williamsburg later in the day, and I was really really tempted to take a cameraphone picture of the people on every street corner. I can't remember everything I was thinking about taking a picture of, but highlights included an everyday-middleclass black couple, some old Polish women walking a dog, a guy with very-unfashionable long hair and cargo shorts, a couple normal girls who looked like they'd probably work in publishing, and so on.)

nabiscothingy, Sunday, 6 November 2005 22:51 (fourteen years ago) link

a guy with very-unfashionable long hair

I knew I'd be on the cutting edge of hip one day.

Ned Raggett (Ned), Sunday, 6 November 2005 22:59 (fourteen years ago) link

xpost-i can't say i'm being completely truthful.

Susan Douglas (Susan Douglas), Sunday, 6 November 2005 23:15 (fourteen years ago) link

I'm glad this thread ended up less vitriolic than past threads dealing with KW parties. I think you have to acknowledge that indie white kids pretending to be black for laffs often find the humor in the fact that its "white kids acting black"! ie, not that the blackness is funny, but that white people are too "awkward and square" to like hip-hop. I'm not trying to excuse these people, I just think its also possible that they are trying to confront the uneasiness of white/black relations. I just am not sure its as mean-spirited as everyone assumes. The fried chicken thing kinda destroys this argument tho.

whatever, Sunday, 6 November 2005 23:30 (fourteen years ago) link

they're not CocoRacist, they even go so far to use beat boxers. They should be called CocoRappers!

eBay Item number: 7358717916 (mookie wilson), Sunday, 6 November 2005 23:43 (fourteen years ago) link

Umm hey "whatever" -- Jesus, can you not see how you're following along these parties' thinking by assuming that there is such a thing as "acting black," and that what "blackness" consists of is dancing to booty-bass and eating fried chicken? Can you not see how that's the bulk of what's problematic about this stuff? Since when are white people too "awkward and square" to like hip-hop -- aren't there loads and loads of (mostly working-class) white people unironically living within hip-hop culture? And so why, if white people want to dance to booty-bass or engage in this kind of stuff, do they have to do it within the rubric of ironic blackness? I mean, this isn't complicated: the problem with shit like this is that it rises from some kind of assumption somewhere that "blackness" and stereotypes of it are the same thing, that there is fundamental and inherent "white" behavior and "black" behavior. And while shit like this pretends like "black" behavior is more fun and interesting and that "white" behavior is square and awkward, well -- as soon as you leave the context of a party, then suddenly that's the same old shitty thinking: that black people are fun and "cool," but white people are the proper rational ones who belong in corner offices and White Houses.

(And umm eBay, I'm not sure whether that's just a joke or whether you think you're making some kind of point; what I'm pointing out is that CocoRosie-as-band is actually about 50% black, and that they seem to think of their music as existing partly within a modern black-music idiom, and that their relationship with the notion of black culture is visibly way more complicated than any of these "I noticed her quoted in WaPo" articles bother examining.)

nabiscothingy, Monday, 7 November 2005 00:24 (fourteen years ago) link

Nabisco is relentlessly OTM in this thread.

Matthew C Perpetua (inca), Monday, 7 November 2005 00:24 (fourteen years ago) link

and guaranteed if the writer of the above article noticed the quote and it was from a band that he liked, he'd conveniently overlook it and he'd have no article.

gear (gear), Monday, 7 November 2005 00:28 (fourteen years ago) link

xpost

I mean, God, I can't fathom how young white people seem to think they're doing anyone any favors by saying they're so "awkard and square" but black people are cool -- all they're doing is switching the same old racist assumptions into some jacked-up compliment. (As if that hasn't been done before: "Black people have rhythm! And soul! Maybe they can come in through the back entrance and tap-dance for us!") All they're doing is reducing the whole notion of blackness to some rap-video caricature, one that still slots black people into a position of powerlessness (Ludacris can be "cool," but are you gonna elect him governor?) -- and, even worse, marginalizes and ignores millions and millions of everday "uncool" non-stereotype-fitting black people.

nabiscothingy, Monday, 7 November 2005 00:34 (fourteen years ago) link

cosigning nitsuh

but also guys, it's "kill whitIE" --

Nick Sylvester, Monday, 7 November 2005 00:35 (fourteen years ago) link

And by the way, CocoRosie-wise: like I said, there's something going on with them and blackness, and I'm not at all sure it's always a good thing. But it's not nearly as simple as writing like this wants to pretend; I can't for the life of me figure out exactly what's going on there, and to be honest I'm not going to spend loads of time trying to sort it out. It's noticeable and unusual and sometimes a little disconcerting; that's as much of a call as I can make.

nabiscothingy, Monday, 7 November 2005 00:38 (fourteen years ago) link

gear totally OTM about the Brainwashed double standard. Just think how many Douglas P quotes could fuel an article like that.

sleeve (sleeve), Monday, 7 November 2005 00:58 (fourteen years ago) link

There are greater injustices to battle than poor taste. Calling out "kill-whitey" (or Coco-whoever) as racist is engaging in a kind of culture-battle akin to blaming Marylin Manson or Murphy Brown for the actual ills of this world. I'm just sayin' there are greater fish to fry if you want to report on the destuctive forces of racism in this country. I agree the "kill-whitey" premise is not very clever or genuine (2 attributes I favor in my evening's entertainment) but nothing to make a federal case over. What I do find bothersome is the righteousness of the Post & Brainwash articles where the statements used are obviosuly framed with editorial bias and subjective slants. I say let the racists party. Fried Chicken or no.

Bobby Peru (Bobby Peru), Monday, 7 November 2005 01:05 (fourteen years ago) link

Nabisco is relentlessly OTM in this thread.
-- Matthew C Perpetua

Yes indeed.

moley (moley), Monday, 7 November 2005 02:21 (fourteen years ago) link

Ok, I think maybe I didn't express what I was trying to. Yeah obviously not every black person likes hip-hop or dancing or whatever but we don't live in a race-less, culture-less world. I don't mean to be racist, but I don't think that means you should deny a common culture around a group of people. Although it becomes less and less so these days, hip-hop was a "black" form of music. I think thats a pretty value-free statement, I mean its not negative or positive. And I don't mean to say that black people are rad and white people suck, I just think thats the popular perception, which it sounds like we agree about. So how do people deal with this, when you watch south park or chapelle show or late tv and all of the jokes are about how black people are great at basketball, white people sound funny when they say "yo what up g", etc, etc? I'm not sure there is an easy way to deal with the predominant stereotypes about the differences between black and white people. "And so why, if white people want to dance to booty-bass or engage in this kind of stuff, do they have to do it within the rubric of ironic blackness?" Should they be sincere? What if they sincerely wear baggy clothes and listen to gangster rap and use black slang? How far can you take appreciation, or appropriation, of a culture you aren't part of? Does it seem like that is really culturally acceptable, especially among white NY hipsters, to fully embrace black culture? I'm just trying to suggest that maybe these people sincerely like hip-hop and dress it up in irony because they are too scared to be honest about it. I'm also not sure that they were trying to make much of a statement outside of their own hipster community so I doubt they really thought through what other people would think of their parties. Again I don't really agree with these people I'm just not sure that we are discussing this rationally.

whatever, Monday, 7 November 2005 02:40 (fourteen years ago) link

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c0SuIMUoShI

how's life, Saturday, 13 June 2015 00:49 (five years ago) link

four months pass...

CocoRosie: As charming as ever.

The loft used to belong to Bianca, and it is still filled with her art work, including a photograph of a brown dildo encased in purple quartz. (“I’m interested in exploring black-male sexual stereotypes,” she said, laconically.)

the top man in the language department (誤訳侮辱), Monday, 19 October 2015 12:32 (four years ago) link

this is self-parody at this point

I Am Curious (Dolezal) (DJP), Monday, 19 October 2015 13:09 (four years ago) link

haha it's like she's seen the classic nabisco post
Why does Europe love CocoRosie so much?

some dude, Monday, 19 October 2015 13:23 (four years ago) link

"Bianca, who had concluded that the ancestry of her and her sister is part Cherokee, “but more Syrian than anything else,” said that she was going to wing it. “I really like to surprise myself.” "

of COURSE she is Cherokee

akm, Monday, 19 October 2015 13:47 (four years ago) link

“The Camargue’s a landscape with just the right amount of darkness and death,” Bianca said. “Pale-wheat land and gray skies, the migration of storks in December, this Gypsy fête where they take the black Madonna into the sea. But it’s also harsh and ugly, trashed with lying-around junk. I’m in love with West Texas, and this part of France is completely Texan, ancient cowboys with leathery skin and light-blue eyes.” She went on, “We’ve started this thing called white-trash Sundays, where we burn wooden palettes, have our way with tractors. At night, the baby screech owls scream for food—it’s the most demonic sound I’ve ever heard.”

“We record in our courtyard at dusk,” Sierra added. “The birds are leaking into every song.”

Objectum-sexuals

I Am Curious (Dolezal) (DJP), Monday, 19 October 2015 14:07 (four years ago) link

seriously why is Cherokee the default tribe that white people claim is in their blood

marcos, Monday, 19 October 2015 14:20 (four years ago) link

I blame Europe:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BRP8e47x55o

I Am Curious (Dolezal) (DJP), Monday, 19 October 2015 14:22 (four years ago) link

i blame don fardon. or paul revere & the raiders.

scott seward, Monday, 19 October 2015 15:01 (four years ago) link

i'm trying to think of the worst-case scenario with these guys. maybe starring in a netflix mini-series about the antebellum south that is directed by miranda july. that oughta do it.

i only read about them here though. who is their audience in 2015? french people?

scott seward, Monday, 19 October 2015 15:03 (four years ago) link

Was at a gig over the weekend - one of the acts was 'rejected and unheard of in his home country (UK) but had gained popularity in France'

this monstrous red flag did not dissuade me from hearing his set, which was some self-indulgent misogynist loathsome ageing-singer-songwriter flathat-wearing bullshit of the most irksome order

twunty fifteen (imago), Monday, 19 October 2015 15:07 (four years ago) link

I liked their first record, or maybe it was the second one. It had some charm. but they personally sound like loathsome narcissistic art school people with little to no actual experience with actual human beings.

akm, Monday, 19 October 2015 22:48 (four years ago) link

of COURSE she is Cherokee

every southern white person claims cherokee ancestry, it's a thing (science proves most of 'em wrong btw)

wizzz! (amateurist), Tuesday, 20 October 2015 00:45 (four years ago) link

Most of what I've read from them in interviews seems so problematic and "provocative" in all the wrong ways that I remained surprised that I *do* really like about 4-5 songs on each album they release.

Michael F Gill, Tuesday, 20 October 2015 02:06 (four years ago) link

I like DJP's explanation, but not as much as I like Rock the Night.

My sister-in-law apparently did some kinda of ancestry.com family tree that supposedly uncovered native-american ancestry. NOT Cherokee; a lesser-known group of people who would have been more appropriate for the area. But I don't know how much stock to place in that website, ya know? My dad was a super-genealogist. Spent his weekends at the National Archives and perusing Mormon microfilm collections. I really hope that in his retirement he'll offer to do some work on my wife's side of the family, so that my kids don't run around spouting any awkward fairy tales about their heritage.

how's life, Tuesday, 20 October 2015 12:22 (four years ago) link

actually every southern person full stop; whites and blacks.

wizzz! (amateurist), Tuesday, 20 October 2015 15:13 (four years ago) link

my paternal grandmother sent me a birthday card this year, and the first line of it was "i don't know if you know this, but my great-grandma was part cherokee indian." the message didn't even reference the fact that it was my birthday, actually

1999 ball boy (Karl Malone), Tuesday, 20 October 2015 15:20 (four years ago) link

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gZEZPs06Sgw

wizzz! (amateurist), Tuesday, 20 October 2015 20:13 (four years ago) link

apparently even most actual cherokees don't have a lot of genetic markers common to native americans. make of that what you will.

wizzz! (amateurist), Tuesday, 20 October 2015 20:27 (four years ago) link

meanwhile

“JEREMY PARKER is an actor, comedian, musician, and writer.

Under the monikers Jamstation, Next Nikki, Durty Nanas and Tha Pumpsta, he’s released five albums, and he’s worked with both well-known and underground personalities, including opening for legendary entertainer Slick Rick.”

maura, Tuesday, 20 October 2015 22:34 (four years ago) link

three years pass...

Uffie was a Nazi!

brigadier pudding (DJP), Wednesday, 31 July 2019 09:45 (eleven months ago) link

All that she wants
Is another baby
And to heil Hitler

loooooool

she carries a torch. two torches, actually (Joan Crawford Loves Chachi), Wednesday, 31 July 2019 10:25 (eleven months ago) link

back in 2019 thanks to Chance the rapper

Blues Guitar Solo Heatmap (Free Download) (upper mississippi sh@kedown), Wednesday, 31 July 2019 11:58 (eleven months ago) link

Yeah that's why I bumped this; I was going to give Chance a chance and then I saw CocoRosie listed among the guest artists and was like ☮️

brigadier pudding (DJP), Wednesday, 31 July 2019 19:27 (eleven months ago) link

lol, give Chance a peace

fits, Wednesday, 31 July 2019 21:14 (eleven months ago) link

ahahahahahahahahaha

Hannah GAPDY (Whiney G. Weingarten), Wednesday, 31 July 2019 21:20 (eleven months ago) link

two months pass...

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EFD9juCW4AAWBxC?format=jpg

This seems like a bad idea

L'assie (Euler), Sunday, 6 October 2019 10:43 (nine months ago) link

Maybe they should invite Cocorosie to the Collège de France

L'assie (Euler), Sunday, 6 October 2019 13:04 (nine months ago) link

i never understood this band

treeship., Sunday, 6 October 2019 15:21 (nine months ago) link

xp your point is that fauvelle is white ?

budo jeru, Sunday, 6 October 2019 15:47 (nine months ago) link

thought it was :

Un professeur dans une université américaine s’étonne de constater cette majorité de « mâles blancs et âgés », inconcevable dans le milieu universitaire anglo-saxon, où enseignent certains des plus grands intellectuels du continent.

L'assie (Euler), Sunday, 6 October 2019 15:55 (nine months ago) link

Yep.

pomenitul, Sunday, 6 October 2019 15:55 (nine months ago) link

ah okay. will actually read article next time

budo jeru, Sunday, 6 October 2019 16:18 (nine months ago) link

"i never understood this band"

their first album has always been pretty good. I've not actually paid attention to anything since.

akm, Sunday, 6 October 2019 16:29 (nine months ago) link

three weeks pass...

Is it...possible that CocoRosie are unaware of the racial connotations of the term "shine"?

New album, new song/video.

https://static.stereogum.com/uploads/2019/10/Cocorosie-Put-The-Shine-On-1572439333-640x640.jpg

shared unit of analysis (unperson), Wednesday, 30 October 2019 13:02 (eight months ago) link

hasta la vista, rosie

☮ (peace, man), Wednesday, 30 October 2019 14:04 (eight months ago) link

lol phil

Whiney G. Weingarten, Wednesday, 30 October 2019 15:40 (eight months ago) link


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