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Contact sheets: Lost photos from The Wire's archive

December 2013

Uwe Schmidt aka Atom™ photographed by Sam Piyasena for an article by Ken Hollings in The Wire 223, September 2002.

Dr Drew Daniels as Soft Pink Truth, photographed by Thomas Butler for an Invisible Jukebox feature in The Wire 252, February 2005.

Alasdair Roberts and Alex Neilson photographed by Tara Darby for David Keenan's Caledonia Dreaming feature on Glasgow's "new wyrd folk" scene. The Wire 313, March 2010.

David Byrne photographed by Kareem Black for an Invisible Jukebox feature in The Wire 235, September 2003.

Will Oldham at London's Southbank, November 2003 (popular TV magician David Blaine can be seen in the suspended glass box behind Oldham). Photographed by Steve Gullick for an Invisible Jukebox feature in The Wire 238 December 2003.

Negatives from Kareem Black's shoot at Rammellzee's Tribeca, NYC apartment, for an interview by Greg Tate in The Wire 242 September 2004.

Negatives from Kareem Black's shoot at Rammellzee's Tribeca, NYC apartment, for an interview by Greg Tate in The Wire 242 September 2004.

Kode9 in Camberwell, South East London, photgraphed by Leon Chew for an Invisible Jukebox in The Wire 269 July 2006.

Leafcutter John photographed by Marius Hansen for an article by Rob Young in The Wire 235 September 2003.

Mats Gustafsson photographed by Mattias Ek fro an article by Rob Young in The Wire 248 October 2004.

Peter Rehberg in the now defunct Sweet & Spicy restaurant on Brick Lane, June 2007. Photographed by Heiko Prigge for an invisible Jukebox in The Wire 281 July 2007.

Steve Lacy photographed in his garage in Boston by Cara Bloch (assisted by Sam Salganik) for an Invisible Jukebox feature in The Wire 225 November 2002.

Negatives of David Toop at home in North London, photographed by Mattias Ek for an Invisible Jukebox feature in The Wire 229 March 2003.

Whitehouse's William Bennett and Philip Best in Edinburgh, photographed by Muir Vidler for an article by David Keenan in The Wire 282 August 2007.

Electrelane photographed in Brighton by Jake Walters for an article by David Stubbs in The Wire 255 May 2005. From Left: Verity Susman, Mia Clarke, Ros Murray, Emma Gaze.

Recently we discovered a large cardboard box of negatives, transparencies, contact sheets and photos which had escaped filing.

Here is a selection of the best, from Rammellzee through a haze, to David Byrne with sunflower, Whitehouse on a deserted street and David Toop at home.

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