“The sounds are soothing, wrapped in a fuzzy blanket of reverb, atonal warmth and blooming lavender. One can not help but drift between the thoughts within, while consciously remain percipient without.” [Low Tide]

Headphone Commute 2013

” [Low Tide] works as a stand alone album, one that will sit comfortably between your Eno and Max Richter records. It is full of brief but warmly evocative cues that will be returned to again and again; what it illustrates will be entirely up to your imagination.”

Jeremy Bye, A Closer Listen 2013

“…talking of “ambient”, there’s some music in that genre that is so well made and easy on the ear that there’s not much more to say. The excellent Life Before Land by Another Fine Day, is a case in point. ” JOHN L WATERS, in THE GUARDIAN 10/7/05

“Salvage (2000)”Green creates a lovely and inviting sheen…even the traditional Shona piece “Cutting Branches” sounds likes it took a left turn into a Parisian cafe in space.”US BILLBOARD 26/8/00

“LIFE BEFORE LAND’ votedNo 3 in THE INDEPENDENT’S “Best Ambient Albums” chart 7/05

“…working in his Brixton back room with the minimal street-tech resources of a million other wired bedrooms, Tom Green sucks forms out of air, giving audio shape to the feeling of a sitting on a curve of sand, synchronising to tidal, primal sound loops…” DAVID TOOP, 7/94

“…a fine example of the new eclecticism…this ambitious project succeeds through its ability to sound natural and supremely relaxed but challenging at the same time” ON MAGAZINE 9/94

“…this is music that I can’t ever imagine not being part of my life.”

“…before playing this lighter-than-air disc, you’d be well advised to nail your speakers to the floor.” US JAZZ TIMES 2/01

“An essential release for any fan of downtempo, chill-out, or global contemplation” WAX 3/01

“…a gorgeously chilled collection of well-earthed tracks…It’s like shopping organic in the supermarket, you get used to it ‘cos you know it’s good for you”¬†
DJ magazine 2/6/01

“…pure English summer, Big Chill, Enchanted Garden music…unique, interesting, and great for Sundays.” MUZIK 7/01

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