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Worried that you might have missed on some amazing articles in the last two weeks? 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 fortnight:

Bi:Lingual – just a few days after publishing this interview, Bi:Lingual announced their split. Before that, Martin Sharman got down and dirty with the Boro rap rockers.

Your Aunt Fanny – Matilda Neill, member of the all-female comedy troupe, looked ahead to the group’s first-ever appearance at the Edinburgh Fringe.

Serinette – we talked to Lou Radford ahead of the release of the band’s latest single, Routine of the Week.

Tynemouth Surf Café – we took a peek into the world of one of Tynemouth’s hidden treasures.

The Golden Age of Nothing – Claire Dupree discovered the dark side of the psychedelic Teesside trio.

Lisbon – we talked to the pop-rockers about the release of their debut EP, Game of Thrones and more.

Invisible Cinema – we talked to the team behind the film about working with the Youth Theatre, improvisation and what surprises they had in store.

Trembling Bells – Mark Corcoran-Lettice talked to the Scottish group about the oddities and intricacies of their new album.

Ceiling Demons – Tom Hollingworth talked to the hip hop group about their latest single Even If, masks and Beat Demon’s trip to China.

Young Feminists – Emily Ingram talked to Little Journey films about their latest short documentary, gathering the opinions and thoughts of young feminists in the region.

Panic and Carousels – Lee Fisher returned with his column on the weird and very wonderful, taking a glance at Supernormal and Tor Ist Das as well as some new releases and some hash words for Goat…

Doorstep Interviews – we talked to Casual Threats and Argen’s Winter.

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