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Worried that you might have missed on some amazing articles in the last week? Fear not: Sunday Supplement is here to make sure you never miss another feature as we collate all the links you’ll need to read every interview and feature from the past seven days in a handy Sunday supplement. Here’s what you might have missed this week:

BITW – the electro-pop band talked to us about their debut EP and not being constrained by genre labels.

Apologies – Linsey Teggert discovered the three-piece band’s fluid approach to songwriting ahead of the release of their debut EP.

Whitley Bay Film Festival – Becky Higgins took a look at some of the gems on offer at this year’s event celebrating the silver screen.

Fenella Fielding – Mark Glover talked to the Queen of the Double Entendre about her career ahead of a rare appearance talking at the Tyneside Cinema on Monday.

Ilser – Tom Hollingworth talked to the gothic rock trio about their latest single.

Kingsley Chapman and the Murder – Claire Dupree talked to Kinglsey Chapman about rallying and raging in a mellower way ahead of the band’s new single launch.

Calf – Martin Sharman talked to the band about how loving wood can help you make beautiful music.

Them Off The Viz – Rachel Brown reminisced with Simon Donald about 30 years of the region’s most cheekily crass comic.

Baker Island – we talked to the band about their long-awaited debut album Bobby Hundreds and why trying to be complex isn’t always a good thing.

Mick Harvey – Mark Corcoran-Lettice talked to the former Bad Seed about songwriting and collaborations.

Elephant Memoirs – Katy Blackwood got to know the band a bit better and learned about their DIY ambitions.

X-Ray Cat Trio – we talked to X Ray Nico about Psychobilly, vicious deeds and parmos.

Doorstep Interviews – this week we talked to Waskerley Way and YUMA.

 

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