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Worried that you might have missed on some amazing articles in the last week? Fear not: ICYMI 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:

therunningchelsea -our very own Tom Hollingworth, aka therunningchelsea, revealed not one but two new videos this week, directed by David Wala and featuring Marc Bird of Yellow Creatures, Agerskow and Meghann Clancy.

TUSK Festival – some of the fist acts for this year’s festival were announced this week, so Lee Fisher talked to Lee Etherington about TUSK’s temporary move to Gateshead’s Old Town Hall and what we can expect later in the year.

The Jackobins – the Liverpool buzz-band played at the Head of Steam as part of their extensive UK tour, so we caught up with guitarist Veso Mihaylov about their popularity, being played on the Kop and more.

Simon Pitts – Ahead of the Sunderland Shorts festival, Peter Cumiskey talked to director Simon Pitts about his work The Boy and the Bus.

Razmataz Lorry Excitement Album Launch Films – it’s just a couple of weeks now before we present our audio-visual extravaganza at the Razmataz Lorry Excitement album launch at Northern Stage, and we took a closer look at the two films that we’ll be showing at the event by Spencer Brown and Kate Sweeney.

Ron Sexsmith – the Canadian singer-songwriter played at the Tyne Theatre on Friday, so we had a quick chat to him about his new album, not being mainstream and his love of Beyoncé.

Philip Clayton-Thompson – Peter Cumiskey had a chat to the director about his short film ARDOYNE, which is centred around The Troubles in Northern Ireland.

Love Buzzard – the duo brought their uncompromising garage rock to Sunderland this week, and we had a chat to them about their uninhibited sound, glam debauchery and more.

Pulled Apart By Horses – Pop Recs sadly hosted their last gig at their Fawcett Street venue yesterday, but it was a spectacular affair with Leeds rockers Pulled Apart By Horses. Molly Chard talked to James Brown about the band’s gig at the store and independent record shops.

Forever Amber – Gabrielle Barkess-Kerr found out more about the Laing’s latest exhibition, which takes a look back at the achievements of the Amber Collective and delves into their archives

Daniel Bye – Peter Cumiskey chatted to the theatre-maker about his latest productions, The Six O’clock News and Going Viral, which are both at Northern Stage this month.

Robert Carr – in the last of the series of interviews with directors screening works at Sunderland Shorts, Peter Cumiskey talked to the director of Road about his work and the festival.

Freshly Ground Comedy’s Wrestling Spectacular – we asked MC Si Beckwith what we can expect from the themed comedy night, as well as whether you have to know your onions to enjoy the show.

Doorstep Interviews – this week we found out more about The Broken Broadcast, North Seasons and Talk Like Tigers.

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