Discovering new music is always beautiful, discovering great music is beautifully amazing. This is the case of me and my discovering of ETT.  ETT is the last work and the first full-length album from Row Boat, the ambient/post rock solo project of the British musician Mark Wardale . I’m listening to it again and again and I still don’t how it is possible that I didn’t know him before! – Daniela Patrizi, Echoes And Dust. http://echoesanddust.com/2013/10/row-boat-ett/

As enjoyable as were the EPs,  ”Romance” and “Svaret är ja”, “ETT” unfurls the full scope and power of Mark’s creative vision and it arrives as a significant and ear-catching contribution in an increasingly crowded field.  At times delicately nuanced, at others epic and bombastic, “ETT” is an outstanding multi-faceted album that brings together a number of diverse genre aesthetics and has real growing power. Brian Housman, Stationary Travels. http://stationarytravels.wordpress.com/2013/09/10/album-review-ett-by-row-boat-bottle-imp-productions/

It is a marvellous collection of post-rock soundscapes that warm the heart & heal the soul with a combination of ingenuity & familiarity. The similarity with Takk-eraSigur Ros should not be dismissed but, instead, it should be celebrated … with the music presented taking that theme and fully exploring it, to my utter delight. Thomas Mathie, Headphonaught. http://www.headphonaught.co.uk/2013/11/four-albums-from-bandcamp-that-ive-paid.html