Ben Howarth speaks to Chris Geddes, the keyboardist with Belle and Sebastian about how their own one-off 1999 festival, the Bowlie Weekender had a crucial impact on the All Tomorrow's Parties festivals, and, after a long absence, his band's own plans for the future
Manchester Cathedral, Manchester, 28/10/2104
Dixie Ernill watches Belle and Sebastian play a remarkable greatest hits set at Manchester Cathedral
Ten Songs That Made Me Love... (2015)
In our series, in which our writers write about ten songs that made them love a particular artist or band, Erick Mertx writes about his favourite songs by Belle and Sebastian
Erick Mertz talks to Looper's Stuart David on the eve of the release of their five disc retrospective, 'Offgrid:Offline'
Andy Cassidy talks to Glasgow-based singer-songwriter Roy Moller, who has been described as being 'Scotland's best kept secret', about his work with Belle and Sebastian, and third album, 'The Singing's Getting Better'
The former frontwoman with critically-acclaimed Glaswegian country rockers Thrum, Monica Queen has just rleeased her second solo album, 'The Return of the Sacred Heart.' She speaks to Anthony Strutt about it and working with Belle and Sebastian
Erick Mertz examines 'These Things', a career-defining box set from legendary Glaswegian genre benders, Looper
Arroyo Seco Weekend
Rose Bowl, Pasadena, 23/6/2018...24/6/2018
L. Paul Mann enjoys the second annual Arroyo Seco festival which included sets from the Pretenders, Belle and Sebastian, the Specials, Neil Young, Jack White and Robert Plant.
Celebrating Alex Chilton
Mono, Glasgow, 10/6/2010
The Mono in Glasgow recently played host to a tribute night for the late Alex Chilton. Tony Gaughan sees performances from local acts and fans such as the Teenage Fanclub, the BMX Bandits, V-Twin who reformed especially for the occasion and Stevie Jackson from Belle and Sebastian
Camera Obscura and the Essex Green
Barrymore's, Ottawa, 30/1/2007
At a show at Barrymore's in Ottawa, Andrew Carver watches Camera Obscura play an enchanting set of Belle and Sebastian-style pop, but have some of their thunder stolen by the country-influnced sunshine pop of support act the Essex Green
London Spitz, 1st December 2000
Well, this is the nearest to a Belle and Sebastian gig that we are going to get this year. Isobel Campbell`s side project come out on their second solo tour to promote their second album `Swansong For