Palomar / Sense And Antisense
Album:Sense And Antisense Collection:General
Artist:Palomar Added:Jan 2012
Label:(No Label Information) 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2012-04-21 Pull Date:2012-06-24 
Week Ending:Jun 24Jun 10Jun 3May 27May 20May 13May 6Apr 29

Recent Airplay
1.Mar 29, 2013:Time Traveler
Wouldn't Release You
4.May 31, 2012:The Fall of Math
Wouldn't Release You
2.Jun 17, 2012:A Family Affair
Absolutely Miserable
5.May 29, 2012:Time Traveler
Wouldn't Release You
3.Jun 05, 2012:Time Traveler
Wouldn't Release You
6.May 26, 2012:the gilded youth
Infinite Variation

Album Review
Reviewed 2012-03-30 
Indie rock/pop outfit from Brooklyn, featuring three gals and one dude. Stylistically,
they have a lot in common with big-name acts like Mates of State, Rilo Kiley, and I
swear at some moments Kimya Dawson. Plenty of vocal melodies and solid drumming
tie the album together. Every track is enjoyable, though sometimes I wish they could
have coaxed a more powerful performance on some tracks. Notwithstanding, tracks
[1, 5, 6, 9, 11] stand out. No FCC violations detected; play away!


01. [3:57] ** Wouldn't Release You -- Nice indie rock with some creative drumming
02. [4:06] Infinite Variation -- Sweet and upbeat
03. [4:45] Never Grieve -- Mid-tempo themes of longing featuring some piano work
04. [2:44] The Mighty Robot -- Fun and lighthearted, with a sudden end
05. [2:22] ** Reunion -- Synth and bass, recalls Mates of State, solid track!
06. [4:06] ** Red -- Ballad with lush harmonies on the chorus, little guitar solo
07. [3:49] Let's Talk Plans -- Straightforward indie rock, more power than pop
08. [3:57] Park Lights -- Soft intro gives way to full band, vocals not as strong as
I hope they would be, though.
09. [3:17] ** Absolutely Miserable -- Maybe a misnamed track, this is one of the most
fun songs on the records.
10. [3:26] Hooray For Tuesday -- Sparse instrumentation, peculiar melodies, fade out.
11. [2:57] ** Coda -- Awesome instrumental track: plodding at first, then snaps into a fast
tempo to close out the last minute of song. Talk over this track or just play it!
12. [3:47] When You Stopped Talking To Me -- Opens with sampled chatter. Another
fun and jumpy tune to close out the album.

Track Listing
1.Wouldn't Release You 7.Let's Talk Plans
2.Infinite Variation 8.Park Lights
3.Never Grieve 9.Absolutely Miserable
4.The Mighty Robot 10.Hooray For Tuesday
5.Reunion 11.Coda
6.Red 12.When You Stopped Talking To Me