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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:

Yellow Creatures – we premièred the new video from the Newcastle based band, an almost trippy and lovingly crafted ode to weather and madness for Calendar Man.

Dan Cockrill – we talked to the poet and co-founder of BANG Said The Gun about his writing and various projects ahead of his headlining set as part of this month’s JibbaJabba.

SoShe – the Newcastle trio released their debut EP Volume 1 this week and played at the Cumberland Arms to celebrate. We talked to Jaimie Johnson about being R’n’B and DIY ahead of the release.

Mat Jenner– the man behind Days, a new exhibition at Sunderland’s NGCA, talked to us about his sound art project FOAM and Walter Benjamin ahead of the opening.

Mixtape – Sarah Sinclair found out more about the musical micro-plays of Mixtape from founder, writer and director Melanie Rashbrooke before the group warmed up for Edinburgh at the Live Theatre.

Orphan Boy – the recently reformed indie rock group played Ku Bar this week as part of a sporadic tour, so we chatted to them about their latest LP Coastal Tones and the appeal of service stations.

His New Atlas – singer-songwriter Eoghan O’Hagan played at the Head of Steam in Newcastle and we chatted to him about being from Northern Ireland and his latest single Saints.

Laetitia Sadier – the former Stereolab frontwoman’s new trio played at the Cumberland Arms yesterday; we talked to her about her memories of the last time she played in Newcastle and her many collaborations.

Abel Raise the Cain – the epic and atmospheric Teesside rockers are releasing their new single Black Swans; we chatted to them about the track and what it means to have a “big” sound.

Doorstep Interviews – this week we talked to Peculiar Disco Moves and Cellar Door.

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