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BritRock Must Be Destroyed Tour, Leeds 02 Academy 2018

Its Thursday, 5:30 and there is no sign of crackerjack in Leeds, but instead it is Britrock time. Ahh… Britrock that anti-Britpop movement that really was not a movement at all, but a collection of good old rock and roll bands that turned the amps up louder than their chart-topping cousins. First-up Dodgy. Not quite in the same, brash, balls to the wall vain as the others on the bill… Keep Reading

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REEF Return With BALLS-TO-THE-WALL New Single

‘Revelation’ is the brilliant new single from Reef available now on earMUSIC.  It is taken from ‘Revelation’, Reef’s first new studio album in 18 years, due for release on May 4th. Premiered on Planet Rock Radio, it’s a balls-to-the-wall rock’n’roll anthem that evokes AC/DC at their magisterial best, from Stringer’s throaty roar to Wood’s head-banging riffs. Listen here https://planetradio.co.uk/planet-rock/listen-again/ Reef’s first studio album since 2000’s ‘Getaway’, the bracingly thrilling ‘Revelation’ is… Keep Reading

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Reef Announce New Album Revelation & UK Tour Dates

Reef have announced details of their new studio album ‘Revelation’, to be released May 4th on CD, LP, download & stream. The album is the revitalized west-country quartet’s first studio album since 2000’s ‘Getaway’, their first with new guitarist Jesse Wood, and their first with new label earMUSIC, Europe’s premier rock label. The album was recorded in Ireland and has been produced by long-time collaborator George Drakoulias (The Black Crowes,… Keep Reading

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Reef Announce London Show For September 27th

Reef have announced a one-off intimate gig at The Flamingo Room (33-37 Wardour St, London W1) on September 27th, the revitalized west-country rockers only headline gig in the capital this year. Following the gig Reef willl head into the studio with long-term producer George Drakoulias (The Black Crowes, Primal Scream, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers) to record their first new studio album since 2000’s ‘Getaway’, having recently inked a deal… Keep Reading

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Reef | Manchester Academy 17th March 2016.

Reef are an English band hailing from Glastonbury. In its self a statement worthy of an accolade or two. Who else could pass off Glastonbury festival as just another local gig? The band members include Gary Stringer on vocals, Jesse Wood on guitar, Jack Bessant on bass and Dominic Greensmith on drums. Coming on stage at an almost full Manchester Academy 2. 900+, the band seemed right at home, acknowledging… Keep Reading

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