Press & Boring

“On Jaill’s Sub Pop debut That’s How We Burn, Milwaukee’s preeminent slacker-rock band combs its hair, puts on a clean shirt, and remakes itself as a sleek, savvy engineer of guitar-pop should-be hits.”

                                                                  -The Onion A.V. Club

“These four Milwaukee dudes mix the beaming choruses of ’80s new wave with the lovable shrug of ’90s guitar-based indie”

                                                                  -Spin

“Jaill refined its sound during all those years playing empty rooms and stuffy basements, stripping away superfluous psychedelic effects until they were left with the naked, unpretentious garage-pop of 2009’s There’s No Sky (Oh My My), the record that caught the ear of Sub Pop’s A&R team.”

                                                                  -Paste

“If this were a cereal, it’d be Apple Jacks. You wouldn’t think to purchase it, but if your friend has some, you eat it, and it’s actually pretty good.”

                                                                  -Razorcake

“They’re three schlubs from Milwaukee, and they’re more than willing to go onstage in dorky T-shirts and let their mangy Midwestern power-pop speak for itself.”

                                                                  -Spinner

“doot doola doot doo doot doo”

                                                                  -Nardwuar’s Top 5