If you’re unlucky enough to walk through Reading, you might notice the vast number of alleyways that exist between the town’s beautifully architectured buildings. Some contain thriving independent boutiques, others nothing more than refuse recepticles, rats, and the ever unwelcome scent of semi-dried urine. This photo journal is intended to give you a taste (if not a smell) of Reading’s
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underappreciated alleyways. Smelly Alley not included, as it’s far too obvious.
As well as being the largest town in England, Reading is famous for being home to such notable celebrities as:
- Irritating children’s TV presenter, Justin Fletcher
- Nasty Nick actor, John Altman
- Game show host and drink-driver, Chris Tarrant
- TV presenter and antichrist, Jeremy Kyle
This photo essay shows the buildings of the town distorted by the surface of its waterways.
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Michael Television’s Interloper was a band that existed in various forms from 1996 to 2009. Musical styles ranged from industrial to punk to hip-hop, and influences included PWEI and the Beastie Boys.
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Since learning to play guitar in the mid-90s, I’ve had a fascination with taking instruments apart and physically modifying them to produce different sounds.
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I was commissioned to design a series of printed catalogues for Oneworld Publications, an independent literary publishing house based in Oxford. I designed covers and page layouts, and automated the production process, saving the company a significant amount of time.
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Stripped-back blues-rock needs nothing more than two guitars and a microphone. Hollister started out as a couple of school friends learning guitar together and playing covers of classic rock songs. Dire Straits, Eric Clapton, Lynard Skynard, you get the idea. I stuck strictly to rhythm, Jfre played lead guitar as if drunk on the tears of Mark Knopfler.
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