Brisbane 4 piece Laneous & The Family Yah have announced an East Coast tour that will run throughout November. This will be the band’s first run of shows since their epic performance at the Big Sound Conference that saw them playing as a 4 piece for the first time.
Laneous & The Family Yah
Apparently this is the first of a three EP collection. The second being titled Rock and the third….you guessed it Paper. This EP comes within twelve months of the release of their second album Round Things. The creative juices must certainly flowing for this Brisbane ensemble. The opening track Haunting (Me) carries the same flavour
On the opening track Outside/In, Laneous & The Family Yah set out to explain their sound, “we ain’t no funk band, we ain’t no reggae band, we ain’t no rock band”, which basically helps none whatsoever! The best way to describe Laneous’ sound is a combination of smooth jazz, 70s funk, psychedelic pop and driven
Laneous & The Family Yah are back in town to promote their new album Found Things. Their sound is an eccentric mix of funk, punk, pop, dub and beats. Think a love child between Regurgitator and Mr Bungle. Bassist and manager Poz had some time to kill on the road in between solo sets, sex