Articles tagged stuart murdoch

‘God Help the Girl’ Is a Belle and Sebastian Jukebox in Movie Form

With its mix of silliness and seriousness, and music and melodrama, God Help the Girl is top-to-bottom charming.

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Make a New Cult Everyday: The 10 Best Belle and Sebastian Non-Album Songs

It's hard to think of any current band that's gotten as much mileage out of non-album releases as Belle and Sebastian has.

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Where the Summer Goes: An Interview with Belle & Sebastian

Richard Colburn of Belle & Sebastian talks with PopMatters about Glasgow's music scene, the lost art of the B-side, and the time his band turned down Radiohead.

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Belle and Sebastian: The Third Eye Centre

The quality and frequency of non-album releases have provided a good barometer for taking the temperature of Belle and Sebastian. It says something, then, that the compilation The Third Eye Centre feels scattershot and disjointed.

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Belle and Sebastian: Belle and Sebastian Write About Love

Belle and Sebastian Write About Love collects most of the winning stylistic evolutions that the band has undergone during the past decade and produces something fresh: a modern rock album without a single skip song.

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Remember Stuart Murdoch’s God Help the Girl project, which is basically the Belle and Sebastian frontman’s attempt to write soundtrack for a film

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A Chat with José González at Newport Folk Festival

// Notes from the Road

"José González's sets during Newport Folk Festival weren't on his birthday (that is today) but each looked to be a special intimate performance.

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