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That's How We Burn

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The Stroller
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Everyone's Hip
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On The Beat
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Thank Us Later
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Summer Mess
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She's My Baby
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Snake Shakes
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Demon
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Baby I
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How's The Grave
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That's How We Burn
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Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 32:42

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Alex Naidus

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07.26.10
Jaill, That's How We Burn
2010 | Label: Sub Pop Records

A bit of an unknown quantity when they signed to Sub Pop, Milwaukee's Jaill prove themselves exuberant psych-pop savants on That's How We Burn. Playing out like a beer-soaked, more manic iteration of the swingin' '60-isms of Oh, Inverted World-era Shins, Burn is inventive and rollicking fun. Jaill plays with the reckless energy of a basement bender jam, but rather than settling for three-chord "Louie Louie" bashing, the band uses leapfrogging chord changes, tumbling drum… read more »

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I HEART MKE

dandyappleplum

great band, great music, great people. for sure a make you smile when your down album.

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Go brew town

Lotharious

Great album. Great songwriting and harmonies. Saw them in Denver at the HiDive. Impressed me even more then. Tight and talented live. Keep it up lads...

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Sounds Familiar

BenUptheTree

Sounds like a baby Pixies with a baby Frank Black. Good music, great for fist pumps and beers.

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LISTEN

hideaway307

I love this sound, nice and different, the stroller rules

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Don't Burnout

sanderfierd

Tight, well-crafted songs that don't sound like I have heard them 10,000 times before. Sounds great and you can listen to it anywhere as long as you don't mind people seeing you tap your feet and sing along.

They Say All Music Guide

The double-consonant name and washed-out aquamarine cover art may bring to mind lo-fi artists Wavves, Mayyors, or Lovvers, but Jaill fall into the more easily digestible subcategory of indie rock where their new labelmates Band of Horses and the Shins reside. For Jaill’s debut Sub Pop full-length, Vinnie Kircher, Austin Dutmer, Andrew Harris, and Ryan Ross take the Shins’ lazy haze of indie pop and amp it up into a bouncy, slightly tough sound of their own. There’s a good-natured appeal to the band’s songs, but also an undercurrent of detached attitude. Most of That’s How We Burn is made up of ballads and midtempo janglers, as chief songwriters and longtime members Kircher and Dutmer — the McCartney and Lennon of the band — pen warm, conventional numbers that wouldn’t feel out of place at a picnic. Meanwhile “Everyone’s Hip,” “She’s My Baby,” and “How’s the Grave” offer up excitable yet sophisticated garage pop that balances out the album nicely. It’s fairly inoffensive rock, but the music and melodies are remarkably accomplished, especially for an early outing. Of course, Jaill have been in the game for a while. This is just their first real chance to shine. – Jason Lymangrover

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