New Canadiana :: Cocobeurre – Landing
From the end of a past day of Benoit Poirier:
Cocobeurre is the solo project of keyboard player (and King Khan’s sister) Coco Khan, who previously sweated what she knew in garage acts The Del-Gators and The Milky Ways. Now a mom who learned to take it easy, Coco is surrounded with vintage synths and comfy collabs (King Khan and Choyce, among others) in order to float on or go swim. These abstract electro-pop lullabies and playful nursery rhymes evoke blurry sandboxes or the memory of a beach. Stuffed with soothing worry reminiscent of Quebec’s legendary kids show Passe-Partout or an imagined past where Brian Eno had aimed Another Green World at children, these 10 home-fi songs will make you slip into the felicity of a hot summer day’s end.
[audio:http://weirdcanada.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/Cocobeurre-7-Les-bulles.mp3|titles=Cocobeurre – Les Bulles] Cocobeurre – Les Bulles
[audio:http://weirdcanada.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/Cocobeurre-4-Is-This-How.mp3|titles=Cocobeurre – Is This How] Cocobeurre – Is This How