Latest Releases

  • Girls In Peacetime Want to Dance by Belle And Sebastian Buy
    Belle And Sebastian
    Girls In Peacetime Want to Dance
  • The L-Shaped Man by Ceremony Buy
    The L-Shaped Man
  • Algiers by Algiers Buy
  • Stuff Like That There by Yo La Tengo Buy
    Yo La Tengo
    Stuff Like That There

Latest News From The Matablog


    June 3rd, 2015 at 10:00 am
    A new album and a new sound brings a new remix by David West (Total Control/Rat Columns/Rank Xerox) of Ceremony's 'Your Life in France', from the freshly released 'The L-Shaped Man'. Have a listen to Liberation's remix below.
    Upcoming tour dates listed below:
    Friday, June, 12 – Cellar Door, Visalia CA^$
    Saturday, June, 13 – Legend Records, San Diego CA^#
    Sunday, June, 14 – The Rebel Lounge, Phoenix AZ^#
    Monday, June, 15 – Club Congress, Tucson AZ^#
    Tuesday, June, 16 – Tricky Falls, El Paso TX^#
    Wednesday, June, 17 – Red 7, Austin TX^#+
    Thursday, June, 18 – Sons of Hermann, Dallas… Read more
  • Coming August 28 : Yo La Tengo - 'Stuff Like That There', Tour This Autumn

    June 2nd, 2015 at 9:54 am by Gerard
    (photo by Dusdin Condren)
    On August 28, we'll be releasing the new Yo La Tengo album, 'Stuff Like That There', a 14 song collection of covers, originals and reworking(s) (see below) that happens to coincide with the 25th anniversary of the band's landmark 1990 album, 'Fakebook'.  Recorded with Gene Holder, 'Stuff Like That There' has the trio of Ira Kaplan, Georgia Hubley and James McNew augmented by the guitarist and former Yo La Tengo member Dave Schramm, with James negotiating the wonders of the upright bass for the first time.  This specific fearsome foursome -- playing material… Read more
  • Out Today : Algiers - 'Algiers'

    June 2nd, 2015 at 8:58 am by Gerard
    (footage courtesy Deezer)
    With the rest of the globe being covered yesterday, Tuesday marks the North American release of Algiers' self-titled debut album.   The LP and compact disc editions can be seen below : 
    order 'Algiers'  direct from the Matador Store* on LP, CD or either with a t-shirt bundle, or prefer from one of the digital outlets below : 
    Google Play
    (UK customers can order 'Algiers' from Resident, Piccadilly, Rough Trade or Jumbo). 
    Hear NPR's Linda Wertheimer interview Algiers' Franklin James Fisher and Lee Tesche on… Read more

    June 1st, 2015 at 6:57 am
    Matador brings HÆLOS' stunning debut EP 'Earth Not Above', available on digital services worldwide as of today.
    (Photo by Dave Ma)

    "Their mesmerising electronic pop sound is filled with twinkling melodies and cinematic strings with an influence of UK soul that leaves you yearning for more." i-D
    "Earth Not Above', a track which fuses a deft, infectious pop touch to some genuinely enthralling production." Clash
    "Merging shimmering, silver harmonies with Massive Attack-style beats, supernova basslines and gorgeous atmospheres, the trio create something truly special." The Li
    Read more
  • Tonight : EMA's Deep Lab Residency At The New Museum : "Does It Still Feel Weird If I Use My Hands?"

    May 29th, 2015 at 11:19 am by Gerard
    (EDITOR'S NOTE : EMA's performance tonight at New Inc. (see below) is sold out) 
    "Does It Still Feel Weird If I Just Use My Hands?" NEW INC, 231 Bowery NYC Friday, May 29, 2015 A performance by experimental rock musician EMA On her critically-acclaimed LP The Future's Void, Erika M. Anderson (EMA) unveiled songs about surveillance, data mining ,and internet privacy, all written before Snowden fled to Russia. The New York Times called her "a technological prophet in her own time." In conjunction with the cyberfeminist collective Deep Lab's residency at NEW INC during the New M
    Read more

    May 29th, 2015 at 6:22 am
    Just a heads up for those lucky enough to be at Primavera Festival this weekend cos we have a TON of bands playing:
    Belle and Sebastian, Fucked Up, Iceage, Interpol, The New Pornographers, Perfume Genius, The Thurston Moore Band and Tobias Jesso Jr are all appearing.  
    A few of these performances will also be live streamed here. See bands and times below:
    The New Pornographers: 19.30 - 20.25 Channel 1
    Belle and Sebastian: 21.30 - 22.30 Channel 2
    Fucked Up: 19.30 - 20.20 Channel 2
    Interpol: 22.20 - 23.34 Channel 1
    Read more