Jan 2012: Lazlo to provide tour support for Air Castles
Catch Lazlo with indie-pop wave makers Air Castles at Nambucca Jan 25th.
Dec 2011 : Lazlo to support Brit-Award winning 90s sensation Finlay Quaye
That's right, you know it, the man himself.
Dec 14th '11 at the Water Rats in Kings Cross. Keep an eye out for cheap advance tickets x x
Dec 2011: Last gig of the year
We've had a riot tearing up our new set across London - special mentions to The Social, The Troubadour, The Shoreditch and Cafe 1001. getting ready for the final push supporting Finley Quaye, Wed Dec 14th at The Water Rats.
Nov 2011: Lazlo in new recording sessions
We had a lovely time at Music Nation - thank you Mel! the Bear is doing the funky mix down over the next few weeks.
Oct 2011: Lazlo announce new drummer
Welcoming his majesty Leo Fenn to swing the sticks for the Device
Sept 2011: Lazlo to open for fIN at single launch
We'll be opening for this super hot act at The Social on Oct 17th. Get down on it.
“Delicate soundscapes and thumping riffs.” The Other Side
"Guitar noise riot." Buck Theorem
"I'll definitely listen to it." Mark Ronson
“THE LAZLO DEVICE are a London four-piece who’ve forged a reputation for their unique blend of delicate soundscapes, thumping riffs and epic climaxes. Drawing from the likes of Mogwai, Wild Beasts, Grizzly Bear, Stateless, Four Tet, The Beta Band and Elbow, the lads have dedicated themselves to fusing their love of the sonic with the craft of song writing. The result is an eclectic mix of bouncy grooves, lush ambiance and epic finales all tied together by the unmistakeable Lazlo sound.”
Sam Lassman-Watts, Editor, The Other Side Magazine
"It's common for PR releases and publications to promote new bands as having a unique sound but it's rare for this website to use the word, And yet, there is no other way to describe the London four-piece Lazlo Device. Listen to 'Bleeding From the Waistline' and just as you think you recognise the influences it changes and you're in unfamiliar territory.
"Anyway, for the record they do list their influences as, in their youth, Nirvana, Radiohead, Mogwai and Elbow, with old heroes Joy Division, The Pixies and The Cure joined by a modern taste for Late of the Pier, Caribou, Grizzly Bear and Wild Beasts.
"The few tracks produced so far point to bigger and better things."
Unsigned Band Review - mydadrocks.co.uk