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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:

Baby Strange – the Glaswegian trio are coming to the region next week to play a special intimate set at Tynemouth’s Surf Café, so we caught up with them to ask about misconceptions surrounding their name,

Sunderland Shorts – today is the last day of the inaugural Sunderland Shorts Film Festival, but before the mini masterpieces descended on to Wearside, Peter Cumiskey took a look at what was in store.

Lunacre – on Friday, the semi-experimental electronic group played at the Head of Steam alongside What We Call Progress, Plaza and Nico Cara. We asked them more about their EP Troupe, guinea pigs and being frankly indescribable.

Mechanical Mouse Organ – the local band with a name inspired by Bagpuss have finally released theirdebut album, so Claire Dupree talked to them about how they’ve been trying to capture their live sound on record.

Eastern Surf – the artistic collective were in the region for their first live performance, Accept the Mystery, so we chatted to them about their work, social media and collaborating across long distances.

Mony Tanero – the Tyne & Wear disco duo unleashed another slab of Nile Rodgers-infused contemporary funk on to the world with I Need Your Love this week, which we revealed exclusively.

Canyons – the Newcastle four-piece released their EP Iso just yesterday, and Linsey Teggert chatted to them about how they’ve become more comfortable as a band.

Profumo – the four-piece release their blissful EP Brutalism next week on Sunderland’s Forgotten City Records, so we had a talk to Jack Bates about the record, being more Mos Def than Morrissey and sounding a bit like Brett Anderson.

Doorstep Interviews – this week we spoke to Cauls and Keiandra.

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