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The MataBlog is edited by Matador Records’ co-moaner Gerard Cosloy and individual entries are the work of whoever’s name is next to them. If you enjoyed something in the MataBlog, thank you very much! If there was something you found particularly troubling, please be advised that a) maybe you should read it again and b) the contents of this blog do not necessarily represent the opinions of Matador Records, Beggars Group, the combined staff of either company, nor the Matador artist roster. Opinions are like friends — hardly anyone has one worth listening to.

Matador at the Movies (on the internet)

This week two of my personal favorites from Matador's long-to-quite-long history (the band Silkworm and Belle & Sebastian's If You're Feeling Sinister album) are being celebrated on the silver-y looking screen sitting on my desk at work.

First, the long-in-the-works Silkworm documentary "Couldn't You Wait? The Story Of Silkworm" by filmmaker Seth Pomeroy is finally completed and available for stream and purchase here. I will take this opportunity to tell you how important this band has been to me: Silkworm has been incredibly important to me, and will always rule.



Second, Pitchfork has debuted an amazing entry in their Classic (as in classic albums) documentary series about If You're Feeling Sinister, an album I can't really talk about here...it's too personal, I'm sorry. I just cant.




Coming To A Theatre Or DVD Player Near You - A Silkworm Documentary



http://www.couldntyouwait.com

http://www.myspace.com/couldntyouwait

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