Beauty's Confusion make music that rides a fine line between electronic pop and gloomy indie rock. Influenced by a myriad of sound, from underground hip-hop (Buck 65, Anticon), and the "Bristol Sound" (Portishead, Crustation, Archive), to melodic rock (Catherine Wheel, Coldplay), and electronic pop (Frou Frou, Ivy), the duo has created music and words that break the hearts of those who listen.
BC is comprised of Chris Caulder (formerly Skip Frederiksen) and Jenna Ferone. They formed in 2002 on a mutual love for emotionally affecting movies, and the vast indie rock and trip-hop music realms: music with heartfelt meaning. They are extremely down-to-earth, hard-working people who strive to create music that defies the generation gap, as well as the gap between electronic music enthusiasts and indie rock fans.
Beauty's Confusion released an EP in spring of 2002 (and an updated version in late 2002), and in 2004, released their 14-song full-length CD "Breathe In." BC have remixed several independent and well-known artists, including Natalie Walker (formerly of Daughter Darling), Kosheen, Public Enemy, Lunascape, Sarah Fimm, Copeland, and Bjork. BC have also collaborated with and have been remixed by the worldwide electronic music collective Bitstream Dream.
If the sounds of Esthero, Dido, Sarah McLachlan, Sneaker Pimps, Puracane, and Portishead interest you, you may enjoy the music of Beauty's Confusion.