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Boomkat Product Review:
How good is this? With a set of photos that look as if they're destined for a passport, CocoRosie are glumly detached on the album artwork, a framework which permeates throughout 'Noah's Ark'. Yet whereas people are all too often moody-as-you-like, resulting in introspective bollocks, CocoRosie have turned their tarnished side to much greater things. Having toured here, there and everywhere with the likes of Devendra, Bright Eyes and Antony and the Johnsons, CocoRosie are predictably grand and unbeleivably intimate in their output, with songs such as 'K-Hole' existing in a charmingly run-down Mum-meets-Moldy Peaches-meets- Joanna Newsom side street. Putting their connections to good use, 'Beautiful Boyz' features the fabulous Antony (of the 'we won the Mercury' Jonsons), putting in a suitably octave defying performance alongside the lovestruck (Bjork-esque) warbles and oaktronica shuffling in the background. Elsewhere,'South 2nd' is a classic Devendra Banhart Cut featuring the great beard himself, 'The Sea Is Calm' shares that special breed of diffused piano based electronica that's impossible to adequately describe, whilst the opera/beats of 'Bisounours' is that pretty your ears will melt. This will end up on countless end of year lists, and for good reason, being as it is one of the most spine-tingling, beautifully intimate album's you will hear for quite some time. A Huge recommendation.