The Reverb
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The Reverb

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The best kept secret in music


This band has no press


'Stuck In Berlin'
Released February 2006. Recorded in L.A. summer of 2005. Written by Tony Nugent Music by The Reverb Produced by Cynthia Catania (Saucy Monky) for olivoiL productions. Mixed by Cynthia Catania and John Jakubek at Jaku-tone studios, Los Angeles, CA. Mastered by Gene Grimaldi at Oasis Mastering, Studio City, CA

'Bit of the Old'
Released June 2004. Music written by The Reverb. Produced & Engineered by Shane Cullen @ K9 Studio, Dublin.


Feeling a bit camera shy


When The Reverb formed in the Summer of 2003 to play an impromptu gig in a friends front room for an end of school party, little did Ed, Tony, John and Neil know that 2 years later they would have already been to Los Angeles to recording their debut single.

Between then and now The Reverb have written unique and catchy tunes, playing to packed venues in Ireland, The UK, and more recently, The USA. They've played gigs alongside a number of great bands too: Grove Armada, Republic of Loose, Cherryfalls, La Rocca, The Chalets, Director, The Marshalls, The Blizzards, The Stone Roses Experience, God is an Astronaught, Mighty Stef, Porn Trauma and The Flaws. A co-headline with The Revs wasn't too shabby either. Their first EP titled "Bit of the Old" sold out in Dublin's indepenent record stores in the summer of 2004 in a matter of weeks. The EP also attracted attention from the number one music magazine in Ireland "Hot Press", the publication has also praised the bands awe inspiring live shows.

Summer 2005 saw the band travel to California to gig, record and rehearse like crazy. They played in Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, Las Vegas and a stop in one of New York's most famous venue's, Arlene's Grocery, on the way home. The guys spent a week recording with Cynthia Catania of Saucy Monky nailing down their debut single Stuck In Berlin and its B-side Just Wanna Bring Ya' Down. The process was a great one for the band and has only furthered their ambition and whetted their appetite to keep recording (ideally in sunnier climates).

Since returning from America the band has kept their growing fan-base happy with a number of shows including the UCD Freshers Ball. Just after Christmas they filled The Sugar Club in Dublin to capacity.

The bands debut single "Stuck In Berlin" was released to a rapturous reception on February 15th with a packed out launch gig in Whelans. The single was reviewed by both The Metro newspaper and Hotpress, being hailed as "uninspiring". However it did secure them a nomination for the 2006 National Student Music Awards.

The band plan to be writing and working on new material for June and July and a co-headline gig with Irish/Amercian friends Saucy Monky is confirmed for August 8th in Crawdaddy.