The Grey of Granite Stone is 'a wonderfully arranged earworm' (PROG magazine, Jerry Ewing, Editor).
'a beautiful melodious and uplifting atmospheric five song gem' Artrockin magazine
'GRICE still understands that pop music can be a vast edifice of warm, beautiful shapes, rather than a disposable prefab.
It will appeal to fans of Japan and Tears For Fears, especially as Grice is a distinctive, ambitious vocalist.' PROG magazine
‘Mining a seam of Brit melancholic classy late ’80s synth-pop while adding his own song writing flare to the mix,
and coming up trumps is GRICE’s stock in trade’ The Progressive Aspect
‘Art-Rock tunes that breathe introspection, travelling in and out of his innermost thoughts’ The Progressive Rock Files
'GRICE can walk the line between organic and artificial with grace and creativity' PearShaped magazine
'One of the most impressive and accessible forays into the esoteric underbelly of British rock music' PearShaped magazine
Alexandrine is an album of well executed art pop, at complete ease with itself, and therefore benefits from having nothing to prove.
Highly recommended. The Progressive Aspect
Alexandrine is an Art Rock gem - GRICE sounds like Grace. PROG magazine, Chris Roberts
Congratulations on your album Propeller. It's a beautifully crafted work and the production is amazing.
Great songs as well. A labour of love by the sounds of it. Richard Barbieri (Japan, Rain Tree Crow, Porcupine Tree)
Many thanks, fabulous album, on 4th repeat play today, marvellous production too new bits jumping out all the time,
kinda has all the best elements of Talk Talk and Kate Bush - very impressed! Paul Gray (The Damned, Eddie & The Hotrods)
Propeller is a bold debut work that allows you to accept your innermost fears and heartaches. In opening himself up,
GRICE has given us an album that will continue to peel away your layers for a very long time. Echoes & Dust, Kunal Singhal
Extraordinary, beautiful and impressive music with tasteful instrumentation, intoxicating soundscapes, stark pulsating rhythms
presented in a dreamlike, melancholic, sometimes dark and disturbing world of sound. Babyblaue, Thomas Kohlruss
UK Art Rocker lifts off with all-star solo debut Classic Rock presents PROG
NuJazz, folk, new art rock, artificial Pop enter into an idiosyncratic, exciting symbiosis. Babyblaue, Thomas Kohlruss
With Propeller Grice has created a genuinely extraordinary slice
of experimental rock. Classic Rock presents PROG
Propeller is a poignant debut of remarkable quality. A gripping and poignant collection of acoustic rock diamonds. Marvellous. The Musician
The aptly named Propeller is the embodiment of that flight, a collection of well-crafted songs so deeply intimate and personal
that you almost want to ask 'Should I be hearing this? Where Music and Cinema converge, Vince Font
Music is art and this is one of the most beautiful, romantic, dramatic, pieces of personally crafted song writing you will ever hear.
Propeller is a considerate and sophisticated album, containing the musical expertise of many experienced musicians,
which propels this group of songs to otherworldly heights. Live Music Scene, Ben Errington
Vocally GRICE inhabits that space that could only be described as that of the modern post-prog milieu:
mixing the intensity of Mark Hollis or Tim Bowness with a Beatle-esque sweetness. This is highly recommended.
Jones is Dying...Writings on inner culture, Chris Jones
Fascinating, moving, refined work with the benevolent aura of sophisticated pop.
L'evoluzione alternativa del Progressive Rock
GRICE makes music which can be described somewhere between the singer-songwriter-genre and progressieve rock or art rock.
Parallels can be made with for example the older solo-works from David Sylvian.' Xymphonia radio, Rene Yedema