Jaill / That's How We Burn
Album: That's How We Burn   Collection:General
Artist:Jaill   Added:Aug 2010
Label:Sub Pop Records  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2011-05-08 Pull Date: 2011-07-10
Week Ending: Jul 10 Jul 3 Jun 19 Jun 12 Jun 5 May 29 May 22 May 15
Airplays: 1 1 2 4 4 3 1 7

Recent Airplay
1. Jul 10, 2011: lost and found
Everyone's Hip
4. Jun 17, 2011: Wee Animacules
That's How We Burn, Everyone's Hip
2. Jul 06, 2011: Not That Simple
That's How We Burn
5. Jun 15, 2011: feelin' the music
Thank Us Later
3. Jul 01, 2011: Time Traveler
That's How We Burn
6. Jun 10, 2011: Time Traveler
That's How We Burn

Album Review
Ashleigh Wais
Reviewed 2011-03-30
Jaill/That’s How We Burn
Label: Sub Pop

Ashleigh Wais
Reviewed 3/30/11

RIYL: The Shins, The Thrills, MGMT

Great filler album, although nothing is a standout. You can’t really go wrong with any of these tracks and none of them run longer than 4 minutes. A lot of tracks sound somewhat like The Shins-esque and have a surf rock feel.

FCC: 9

1. 3:45 Starts with a mid-tempo guitar riff, slightly whiney male vocals. It’s a little repetitive, and not a very exciting intro song. Good if you’re looking for chill background music.
*2. 2:33 More upbeat, faster guitar work. Sounds a bit like the upbeat songs from The Shins. Something you’d tap your foot along to. Some tambourine shaking in the background.
3. 3:33 Slows it down, sounds a bit like a more garage-rock version of MGMT. Feels a little long for a song that’s only 3 and half minutes long.
4. 3:21 Some whiny string work in the beginning, but it’s not annoying. Pretty chill, kind of like driving music with a steady melody. Has a little trippy guitar in the back.
5. 1:44 Mostly acoustic, sounds a bit like surfer rock. Almost like an “it’s end of the summer, let’s go to the beach for the last time” kind of jam.
6. 2:14 Faster pace, feels a little rushed. Surf rock guitar in the second half is exciting.
7. 3:55 A bit more trippy than the other songs on the album and catchier too. There’s a nice instrumental break about 2/3rds into it, which lasts just a little too long, but overall the song has a nice flow to it.
*8. 2:42 Pretty upbeat and catchy, has a fun riff in the middle, keeps your attention decently.
9. 2:41 More like background music, some harmonies, decent melody, some light crooning over his baby.
10. 3:05 Upbeat but not exactly danceable. Scattered guitar jamming in the middle that fades into the background.
**11. 2:48 My favorite song on the album by far. Has a good bounce to it, very pleasant, would mix well with other upbeat Alternative songs, catchy.


1. The Stroller 7. Snake Shakes
2. Everyone’s Hip 8. Demon
3. On the Beat 9. Baby I
4. Thank Us Later 10. How’s The Grave
5. Summer Mess 11. That’s How We Burn
6. She’s My Baby

Track Listing
1. The Stroller   6. She's My Baby
2. Everyone's Hip   7. Snake Shakes
3. On The Beat   8. Demon
4. Thank Us Later   9. Baby I
5. Summer Mess   10. How's The Grave
  11. That's How We Burn