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Confusion Project

Confusion Project is a jazz trio from Gdańsk, Poland, established in 2013. It has performed in various European countries, as well as Russia, Kazakhstan and China. According to critics, Confusion Project's music is considered to be a neoromantic approach to jazz fusion, with extensive compositions, strong melodies and complex rhythms. Confusion Project has released 3 albums so far, the third being a concept album entitled "Primal". PRIMAL is a suite divided into parts describing the journey of a lonely man who finds his true nature and primality in his contact with nature. It is a story about a man who has the courage to give vent to his dreams and instincts, and go into the unknown

The Future Starts Now

Label: BCD Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: The Future Starts Now; A Slavic Fairy Tale; Moment's Notice; On The Other Hand; Status Quo; The Fruit of Change; Those From the Past


The Climb

Label: Soliton
Released: 2018
Duration: 08:12


Label: Soliton
Released: 2018
Track listing: The Old Oak; Primal; Monologue I; Into the Forest; Monologue II; Lost; Monologue III; Upstream; The Wind and the Stone; The Climb; The Landscape

How to Steal a Piano?

Label: BCD Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: Confusion; Naughty Dyzio; Remembering; How to Steal a Piano?; How to Rah; Back Home; Totaltanz; Roaming; Caravan


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