Out of the Beardspace
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Out of the Beardspace

Cherry Hill, New Jersey, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2012 | SELF

Cherry Hill, New Jersey, United States | SELF
Established on Jan, 2012
Band Rock Jazz


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"Its just after 2pm at Darlings Diner, in midst of the low mumble of nearby conversation and empty glasses of o.j., the members of Sexoffice begin to tell their story. . ."

Formed in 2006 out of a friends apartment, the concept of Sexoffce was born. With an original name in likeness to their electric sound, this Philly based band has the audacity to raise the status of the Fusion genre. Allow us to explain. When listening to Sexoffice for the very first time it is key that you expect the unexpected. Each track showcases their creativity with a blend of harmoNized vocals and the instrumentals of the rock, jazz and classical persuasion. Sexoffice is willing to challange the standards of today's music with the influence of artists such as Stevie Wonder and The Beatles. The results are songs with a keen appreciation for melodies and lyricism that many musical artists abandoned years ago.
You may have the urge to ask how a band full of fresh faces could have such a well-rounded approach to music. The answer lies within their relentless work ethic and will to consistently improve their sound. "We dont have any limit as to what we hold ourselves to." , explains guitarist Zach LoPresti, "Each of us brings something different to the table, we feed off of each others talents."
An association with The School of Rock in Cherry Hill brought the members of Sexoffice together. Add in hours of rehearsals, a few lineup changes and performances throughout the greater Philadelphia area and you have the multitalented bunch they are today. The band now consists of five members: Nick Lauria (vocals, keys, trombone), Zach LoPresti (lead guitar),
Jeremy Savo (guitar, vocals), Kevin Savo (bass, vocals, electric piano), and Ethan Feinstein (drums, percussion, saxophone). The addition of Sam Gutman and Matt O'Neil forms their collaborative band, Out of The Beardspace, which is due to release a self entitled EP on Febraury 18th at The Maggot House.
Listening to their story, it is clear to see that this band is hungry; never letting an opportunity to build a positive demographic slip through their musically inclined fingertips. Check out Sexoffice and Out of The Beardspace for youself at www.sexofficemusic.com and join the movement. We certainly have. - Urban Ditty


Out of the Beardspace (self titled EP) beardspace.bandcamp.com

Sexoffice (2 track demo)

Live Performances: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TwtPEzIzCVk, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hoiyiYXpToI



Five members of OOTBS are the whole of Sexoffice, who has had 30+ live performances in the Philadelphia area throughout last year. Venues include the World Cafe Live (as Band of the Week), the Stone Pony in Asbury Park, The North Star, Danger Danger Gallery, The |M| Room, J.D. McGillicuddy's, The Khyber, The Station, and every Caravan festival since 2009. They have also played numerous parties and fashion shows for audiences of all ages.

Individual members of OOTBS have played onstage at Lollapalooza alongside Perry Farrell and LeAnn Rimes; toured the East coast with Jon Anderson of Yes, John Wetton of King Crimson and Asia, Napolean Murphy Brock of Frank Zappa, and Brendan Small of Dethklok; toured Europe with the Butthole Surfers; played the mainstage at Zappanale 19 and 20 in Germany; composed and recorded material with Mike Keneally of Frank Zappa, Joe Satriani, and Dethklok; and recorded for two weeks with Jon Anderson of Yes.

About Sexoffice:

“When listening to Sexoffice for the very first time it is key that you expect the unexpected. Each track showcases their creativity with a blend of harmonized vocals and the instrumentals of the rock, jazz, and classical persuasion.” -Urbanditty.com

About Out of the Beardspace:

"The best thing about this group is the amazing stage presence that they bring wherever they play...a widespread feeling of warmth and togetherness permeates wherever the music can be heard. A flood of emotion is released with every note filling the air with energy." -The Lion's Roar (Cherry Hill HS West, NJ)