Nikki Hoath shuffles her way through Reading history five tracks at a time in her new column. She explains all within as she works her way through tracks from Reading veterans as far afield as Kings Of Leon and Slayer.
The first in a series looking back at the history of the festival and line ups that have made Reading and Leeds what it is today, starting with arguably the festival’s most famous one, 1992.
Keir is bad with a heavy hitters addition of 5 Tracks. This time he’s got everyone from Queen Of The Stone Age and Enter Shikari to the entire soundtrack of The Great Gatsby.
Following in the illustrious footsteps of Nirvana are Rage Against The Machine the band who captured the counter culture essence of Reading in 90s and the reunion craze of the 2000s.
Fall Out Boy attempt to Save Rock And Roll on big post hiatus comeback album – or do they? The signals are certainly mixed.
The Nine Inch Nails have reformed and are returning to Reading, but some of our younger readers might need an introduction to the band’s greatest work – so Strictly unveils its NIN Top 10.