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Boomkat Product Review:
Brooklyn lo-fi folksters Forest Fire make the kind of sound you might have heard on Young God acts like Fire On Fire (coincidence, presumably) and Akron/Family. You might say they come halfway between scrappy Americana acts like the Cherryblossoms and more organised bands like Fleet Foxes: the recordings are very roughly cut and open sounding, but the songs themselves thrive off their lively settings, making an appealing folksy racket with queasy fiddles, piled up vocal harmonies and guitars that don't sound like they've had their strings changed in a while. 'I Make Windows', 'Fortune Teller' and 'Survival' are all particularly satisfying; 'Promise', meanwhile evokes Velvet Underground in its motorised drone rock stylings and 'Fortune Teller has an incongruously electrified rhythm section. A good stylistic hodgepodge all round though.