EnQue, a soulful, funky, RnB, reggae Perth based band is driven by the partnership and vision of Perry Seymour and Natalie Doyle who were both integral in establishing one of Perth’s top reggae bands. Between them, they have accumulated more than 30 years of experience both in NZ and Perth, Australia.
Completing the 4 piece line-up is Ethan Ririnui on bass and Felix Lemann on drums. Both are accomplished musicians, with Ethan having spent most of his life playing in bands in NZ, and is previously from the Perth Heavy Rock band – Black Ink.
Felix is the youngest of the crew, coming from WAAPA with several high profile shows under his belt; adding his talent and technical drumming skills to EnQue.
The band calls on the talents and skills of local musicians to accommodate for any and all events and occasions.
For the 5 piece line-up, EnQue enlists the keyboard skills of Andrew Suhatam; a diverse and talented keyboardist, freelancing to some of Perth’s top and longest standing bands.
When delivering larger shows, such as their own annual Positive Vibrations Reggae Show, EnQue takes the 7pc lineup to include Jordan Heller and Jamie Maika, who are both highly experienced vocalists in their own right. The bigger shows are delivered with professional sound engineers, complete with full lighting and audio production.
Specialising in Reggae; EnQue also offers the latest and greatest in RnB, Soft Rock, Middle of the Road, Pub Classics, 70s to 00’s. They can also customise shows to a client’s needs, from specific artist Tributes and themes to any genre based show.
EnQue is in the throes of writing and producing new tracks, inspired to inject a fresh sound into the local and international RnB, funk reggae scene that is both entertaining and thought provoking.
EnQue has released their debut single ‘Samaritan’ which addresses the rising issue of homelessness. It is a RnB infused reggae track, produced, recorded and mixed by Doughboy for Doughboy funk, and mastered by the award-winning Chris Chetland at KOG Studios in Auckland. The inspiration for ‘Samaritan’ comes from first-hand experience with homelessness, and the need to create awareness around this topic; one which is growing rapidly both here in Australia and NZ.