Lead singer disease is a blessing and a curse.
Craig Hendrix (Japanese Breakfast) talks Snail Mail, Olive Garden, and the glamor of eating breakfast in a Guitar Center parking lot.
On How to Solve Our Human Problems, Pt. 3, Belle and Sebastian remind listeners that "everything is now."
The band's second EP in a three-part series explores family, relationships to God, friendship, self-love, and, of course, romance.
The band has succeeded in providing insights that might make the world better, one listener at a time.
Two fine authors who also happen to be great musicians talk about writing books about your bandmates and also how not to seem like a knobhead.
Some songs on Belle and Sebastian's new album are fantastic additions to the band's canon. And some are best left to the kids on the dance floor.
The new Alt-J album finds hope for a new generation of kids no longer in thrall to rock & roll’s clichés of attitude and self-destruction.
Can musicians successfully make the leap to film? The promising debut feature from Belle and Sebastian's lead singer makes the case that they can.