BBC Music Magazine – Every New Day – Review

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Performance *****
Recording *****

F-ire’s membersrr have a reputation for flaming avant-guard music but founder member Jonny Phillips who often works with Spanish, Portuguese and Cuban musicians, favours the smoldering, slow burn pleasure principle. Accordingly, Every New Day, concieved and written while he was living in Cadiz, is all about duende, that hard to define stirring of the soul. The combined lead roles of regular partners, rusty toned tenorist Laubrock and cellist Davis set the brooding tone with the usually alarming rhythm section of Seb Rochford and Ruth Goller pared back to a parched minimalism. Idris Rahmans lamenting clarinet is a reminder of how close Cadiz is to North Africa. It’s a very more-ish album in all senses.

Garry Booth

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