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Boomkat Product Review:
Another release notched up for Manchester' Red Deer Club, this time courtesy of London-based musician and producer Daniel Lea, who records under the guise of By The Fireside. Day Of The Burning sounds little like your usual one-man, self-recorded projects, at times sounding like Jim O'Rourke-era Sonic Youth ('Moon Lake'), Sparklehorse ('Nothing Gold') or one of Nick Cave's Western soundtracks ('The Burning', complete with spine-tingling, slowly building strings). Lea has pulled off some feat with this record, managing to demonstrate considerable flair as a producer as well as a writer and musician. If there are any complaints to be lodged, you might argue that the vocals tend to be a bit overdone, with an awful lot of multitracking going on when sometimes you only really need one strong take to do the job. That's the most minor of quibbles though, Day Of The Burning is some achievement and almost certainly the strongest Red Dear Club release to date.