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You might expect Belle & Sebastian to cover the Kinks or Nick Drake or 10cc. You might not expect them to cover the most-covered Journey song ever. But it's impossible to say no to sick kids, and…   Read Story »
We're almost (almost!) done reflecting on the year that was, so it's time to start taking a closer look at the year that will be. For the past several years, we've ranked our most anticipated albums.…   Read Story »
Watching the VMAs on Sunday night, something struck me: The music videos themselves were fairly beside the point, but almost every video that won a major award was absolute bullshit. Justin…   Read Story »
Belle And Sebastian have a new release The Third Eye Center, a collection of B-sides, rarities and remixes -- and now they have a new music video to go with it. Hannah Murray (who plays Gilly on Game…   Read Story »
Belle & Sebastian frontman Stuart Murdoch took the stage at Pitchfork Music Festival last month wearing white pants, a tight black T-shirt, and a black jacket, looking like a character from Grease or…   Read Story »
Challenging the laws of touring logistics, Belle And Sebastian barely made it to Santa Barbara having played Austin the night before as they kicked off their mini jaunt of the States. Pandemonium…   Read Story »
I was just on the phone with Chris DeVille talking about Belle & Sebastian, and maybe 30 seconds after we hung up -- if that -- I got an email from Matador with a new Belle & Sebastian track and…   Read Story »
Whether you experience Christmas as a spiritual curative or a wretched crucible likely depends upon your capacity to enjoy the Yuletide season's truly disassociate spirit of insanity. Most of us may…   Read Story »
Pop music is full of great, apocryphal origin stories, and Belle & Sebastian's is one of the best. The yarn goes like this: young Stuart Murdoch is a student at Glasgow's Stow College when he enrolls…   Read Story »
Something about America's pastime inspires whimsical paeans from even the generally sports-ambivalent world of indie rock. Just ask Death Cab For Cutie frontman Benjamin Gibbard, who took a break…   Read Story »