"Humour, mixed with just a hint of menace"
The Police Gazette
“Steve Miller once said "Some people call me maurice
Cause I speak of the pompitous of love"...I dont think there is much more I can add to that...
Sensless & Vapid
“he is to slick professional music production what black ice is to motorway driving...”
Pro Knobtwiddlers Monthly
“For better or worse he is certainly unique...”
"Urban folk that kicks like an ASBO offender"
The South Easterner
"He could be a genius or he could be a fool with a tale to tell..You decide
The Medway Gleaner
"Tales from the tip?
Singing about the trials and tribulations of everyday folk and the seamier side of life. Reavsey has experienced both the finer side of life and also been down where it gets the toughest. His songs illustrate the richness of reality"
"Walter Mitty?...More like Harry Worth on speed in my opinion."
The Dungeness Daily Record
"New York may have had Ginsberg..But Peckham has Reavsey..and they aint swapping"
The Peckham People
"He was a bit of a handful as a kid, but he's a lot better now"
The Phychiatric Journal (Case study edition)
"I am not coming back until he has left"
Letter to the headmaster
"He aspires to be up there with Morrissey..but so far has probably only made it as far as Morris"
Lyric Writers Monthly
"I am sure he stole my bike...But I do like his songs"
Scouts Entertainment Monthly
"You had better not come near my family again!"
"The man is prolific. He has written literally thousands of songs...so the law of averages say there must be some good ones in there..."
Songwriters and Fancy Mice Guild
"I was always worried he would write a song about me"
Peter "The Slider" Lothario
"Reavsey appears to have bridged the gap between Punk and Indy, incorporating the subtle wooden mallet of The Smiths with the Sledgehammer of The Clash...along with just a smidgeon of camp courtesy of The Sweet and their plastic popper beads"
"His songs hover somewhere between dreams and nightmares...or maybe they are one of the same?"
"I suspected his knowledge of musicianship was fairly low as when I asked him why he didn’t use a bridge in many of his songs, he replied he preferred to use smaller instruments of a more conventional nature...Nice bloke though".
Musos and Solos
“He may not be the greatest musician in the world...but he plays a mean biro!”
The Quill and Feather Publication