Somebody's Closet
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Somebody's Closet

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"Review of Breeze of Transition"

“The world would be a better place if everyone listened to Somebody’s Closet.” - Dave Terpany, KyndMusic 2005


"Win, Lose or Jam"

"...Somebody's Closet's sound is an updated mixture of musical styles most middle-aged homeowners grew up tripping to."
- Jimmy Magahern, Phoenix New Times 2003


"What's in the Closet"

"Your head will be bobbing to the transcendental properties of Somebody's Closet, who breathes new life to the long lost art - real music."
- Scott Wellington, Miami New Times 2004


"Idle Chatter"

"...the Closet owns its own style, an unclassifiable mix of "eclectic rock and soul"... they take the spirit of that 1970's kind of soul, but go everywhere from bluegrass to almost a hard-rock sound."
- Nathan Turk, Syracuse New Times 2004


"Somebody's Closet"

"The music has more in common with lush, late '60s acts like It's A Beautiful Day. Nostelgic is the word that critics prefer to use instead of weird when describing the band. A '60s aura seems to envelop those who write about the band's sound." - Grant Britt, ESP Magazine 2004


Discography

"The Awakening" EP -1998
"Destination" LP -2001
"Road To Flight" LP -2003
"Breeze of Transition" LP -2005

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Bio

Somebody's Closet was created in Tempe, AZ and now bases out of Northampton, MA. With several U.S. tours, 4 albums along with thousands of live recordings in circulation, and a 'Best Jam Band of 2003' award at the Arizona Infusion of Music Awards under the belt, Somebody's Closet's popularity grows by the day. Linking songs with segues and including mind altering jams, the live show is their main product.

Somebody's Closet conveys a contemporary mixture of jazz/funk and folk/rock fusion with a very earthy, rootsy tone. Keith Laudieri kicks the infectious polyrhythmic grooves on the drum kit. Jeff Bujak splits his brain open to lay down the heart thumping low end with his left hand and the melodic key tones with his right, swapping leads with Justin Eck who adds stylishly percussive rhythms on acoustic guitar. His potent vocals mesh with the angelic, yet alluringly sultry voice of Christine D. Eck who also adds some spice with her array of world percussion instruments. The lyrical imagery spins out of the transcendental souls of Somebody's Closet and makes way to eager hearts all across the country.