Straight White Patterns

by MCFK Freedom Now Liberation Choir

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Originally by the cult queer folk act Lavender Country, "Straight White Patterns" was written to describe the indescribable horrors of living gay in an oppressive and hateful society in 1973. Today we adopt it to articulate all of our fear, anger and grief as fascists prepare to enter the White House and set back decades of social, political and environmental progress.

Mama Coco's stands with you.

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released January 20, 2017
Written by Patrick Haggerty

Produced by Oliver Ignatius and Miguel Horowitz

Cover art by Olivia Russin

THE BAND:
Oliver Ignatius: Piano
Yahoteh Kokayi: Drums
Lilah Larson: Guitar
Eva Lawitts: Bass
Arcody Ruin: Mouth guitar solo
Jacob Sunshine: Guitar

THE CHOIR:
Jamie Frey
Gwynn Galitzer
Robert Gill
Camellia Hartman
Rachel Housle
Oliver Ignatius
Mary Spencer Knapp
Veronica Kohl
Yahoteh Kokayi
Danielle Kolker
Lilah Larson
Eva Lawitts
Maria Lina
Carson Moody
Chadbourne Oliver
Javier Ramos
Olivia Russin
Li Sabas
Jesse Sternberg
Annie Sullivan

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Mama Coco's Funky Kitchen is a DIY experimental recording studio in Brooklyn, NY. It is home to the hopes and dreams of many.

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