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Coco Rosie @ Amoeba & the Regency Ballroom 

"The crowd thrilled at their beatboxer, Tez, who never ceases to amaze, if not by the dexterity of his lips, then by his lung capacity. And each time Sierra's voice opened up operatically, the crowd praised her. At times, however, it was hard to make out Bianca's vocals; she sounded like an incoherent Joanna Newsom, drunkenly sing-telling you about her dreams. With a mouthful of marbles. But, still, she did the "grating" thing well." Read more of Jolene Torr's review here. All photos by Gretchen Robinette.
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