My Vitriol : Fine Lines: Between The Lines

My Vitriol : Fine Lines: Between The Lines

Usual practice with rarities albums demands that someone cares in the first place. So there's no excuse - except an impending tilt at America - for this buffed, stadium-indie US remix of My Vitriol 's debut album. But if 'Fine Lines' was...

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My Vitriol : Moodswings

My Vitriol : Moodswings

Guitars that sound like bagpipes. Drums that sound like what drums normally sound like, only bigger and angrier. All in a day's work for the My Vitriol wrecking crew; a band whose sonic sights, on the evidence of this and efforts past and...

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My Vitriol : Grounded

My Vitriol : Grounded

Quite what bands like My Vitriol think they're going to achieve in 2001 remains a constant source of mystery. True, singer Som Wardener carries a certain air of Camden-friendly faux-rebellion and mildly angst-ridden annoyance. But it's only the...

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My Vitriol : Finelines

My Vitriol : Finelines

Christ knows, you can't just be indie any more. Gone are the days of four chords, wafty singer, first album that sounds like The Cure doing Foo Fighters, strong and loyal fanbase, duet with Paul Weller, large cheque, cheers. These days you need...

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My Vitriol : Always: Your Way

My Vitriol : Always: Your Way

Fuck bollocks wank fuck shit AAAAAAAARGH! Steven Wells

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London Highbury Garage

London Highbury Garage

According to the winds of Cold War rumour, NASA have worked out to the millionth digit. Refusing to be outdone, however, the Russians have extrapolated to a million and one digits. You wonder how many bands today might have been better employed...

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Cemented Shoes

Cemented Shoes

My Vitriol Cemented Shoes (Infectious) Was I just dreaming, or were previous Vitriol releases way more prickly and spunky than this? 'Cemented Shoes' is superior guitar-driven indie in trad-leaning classic vein, pleasantly...

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London Astoria

London Astoria

A 's singer Jason Perry has put his finger on it. "This might be for NME ", he barks, "but it's still a rock night." Because if tonight is about anything, it's about bringing the noise. And A do. Sometimes - on songs like 'Good Idea' -...

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My Vitriol : Always (your way)

My Vitriol : Always (your way)

It hits you late in the evening. "I've played this EP 16 times tonight," you mutter aloud. Then you realise that you are standing before your stereo again, finger wavering above the 'Play' button, and considering punching that 'Repeat' switch...

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Bedford Esquires

Bedford Esquires

While the songwriting talents of Som Wijay-Wardener , My Vitriol major-domo, have been the subject of excited whispers for over a year now, this is only their fourth gig as a band proper. The tension before they clamber onstage is palpable....

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