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10 June 2010, 1:30 pm 6 Comments

TNG TV: Gettin’ Cosy with CocoRosie

This post was submitted by Zack Rosen

Bianca Casady, the queer half of ethereal sister duo CocoRosie, generally keeps her queer cards close to her vest. Though, as she says in an excellent 2008 AfterEllen interview, this is not by her own choice. Though she’s known to sport beards and drag, and belts out tunes like “Tranny Power,” (below) the elfen-voiced beauty is often spared the gender and sexuality scrutiny given to artists like Anthony Hegarty. I was lucky enough to get some time with her after a stunningly elcectic show at DC’s Black Cat nightclub and found that Bianca has some really interesting things to say, if only she was asked more often.


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6 Comments »

  • michael said:

    I was at that show/think I saw you

  • Scott said:

    LOVE CocoRosie! I feel like they don’t interview much, so it’s nice to see something like this.

  • JC said:

    Seeing them Monday!

  • Paul said:

    Stop touching your head! I do the same thing.

  • Bianca trans | Selima said:

    [...] The New Gay » TNG TV: Gettin’ Cosy with CocoRosieJun 10, 2010 … Tags: bianca casady, cocorosie, gay, indie music, lesbian, Music, Sexuality, … Bianca Casady, the queer half of ethereal sister duo CocoRosie, … [...]

  • Queering la Laponia sami said:

    [...] In a 2008 interview with AfterEllen.com, she said that she doesn’t understand why the media is so frequently surprised that she’s gay, as she often performs in drag. In general, CocoRosie is visually known for adorning beards and whimsical, dreamlike attire. Bianca explained this concept: [...]

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