Cone of Confusion is hitting the stage on November 5 at Freda’s bar, Chippendale. There will be 2 separate performances with 2 different support acts.
There are strictly 50 seated tickets for each show to allow for social distancing.
Session 1: 7-9pm with support by Boroky
Session 2: 9:30-11:30pm with support by jetrio
About Cone of Confusion
Cone of Confusion is a Sydney-based group of musicians from different cultural and musical backgrounds. Gathering knowledge from personal experience and individual influences, this project blends musical curiosity through improvisation.
Last year, this project culminated in a debut album (released September 2019) and a sold-out show at Venue 505. Experimental, creative, and theatrical, this music takes prog and jazz rock to another level.
“Listen with deep awareness, the system has turned irreversibly corrupt. Not knowing where it is leading us to, the inevitable emancipation has begun.”
Lillian Hearne: clarinet, sax, vocals
Rémi Marchand: guitar
Jay Woo: electric double-bass
Juan Carlos Negrete Lopez: drums
Boroky (Art Pop)
Three years old, Boroky potters around the shallows of the collective unconscious collecting smooth stones and shells. Boroky dances with giants (which is quite messy), battles dragons (don’t we all), and has cool mermaid friends who make Boroky a bit bashful. Some people think Boroky is getting too big to drink out of a bottle with a teat.
Jetrio was birthed from a communal disdain, for each member hated each other's voices. Sean hated Alex's voice, who hated Blain's voice; so the vicious cycle went. With the aid of musical instruments, they were able to eschew conversation altogether and instead make "musics" of an "acceptable variety".