Philadelphia-based Beauty’s Confusion (Jenna Ferone & Chris Caulder) made music that rode a fine line between electronic pop and gloomy indie rock…BC formed in late 2001 in Florida, originally as a trio. Playing largely in the punk/indie rock circuit, their sequenced Portishead/Hooverphonic keyboards and swirling Curve-influenced guitars couldn’t have been more out of place. Beauty’s Confusion have remixed several independent and well-known artists, including NYC’s Sarah Fimm, Philadelphia’s Daughter Darling, Scotland’s Kosheen, Public Enemy, MF Doom, Tori Amos and Bjork. BC have also been remixed by the electronic music collective Bitstream Dream. If the sounds of Hooverphonic, Halou, Puracane, Blue Foundation, Baxter and Portishead interest you, you may enjoy the music of Beauty’s Confusion.
Edited by chriscaulder on 5 Jul 2011, 04:35
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