The Metro – Every New Day – review

The F-ire collective is probably best known for spawning punk-jazz outfit Acoustic Ladyland. Despite sharing a rhythm section with the latter, F-ire guitarist Jonny Phillips’s Oriole is a bird of a very different feather. Their third album Every New Day (FIRE) was largely writen in Cadiz, Spain and is full of full-throated melodies that swoop and soar over delicately intense Latin rhythms – from waltzes and sambas to more recherché styles such as maracatu – all given added texture by percussionist Adriano Adewale.

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