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Def Jux Is Not a 'Much Larger' Label Than Matador
Postmarks  July 22, 2008
"...While many of us at Matador remain steadfast fans of El-P's fine label, Hoffberger would surely struggle to explain how Def Jux is by any measure a "much larger" label. I mean no disrespect to Def Jux in any the slightest, but I do not understand how selling fewer records, having fewer releases and a smaller artist roster would make an imprint "larger" than Matador. Boy in da Corner remains the top-selling Dizzee Rascal album to date in the United States..."

Casual Victim Pile: Austin 2010 (Matador)
Music Story  January 22, 2010, by Audra Schroeder
"...Austin 2010: Sounds both apocalyptic and Olympic, doesn't it? Our city's in an awkward place, on the long walk between skyward progress and preserving the past. Perhaps sensing a quake before it happens, Matador Records co-owner and local dweller Gerard Cosloy knows there's no better time than the present..."

Powell Got It Wrong, Matador Is Not Reissuing Harlem Release
Postmarks  July 6, 2009

Recommended ACL Records to Get You Psyched for the Fest
The best CPR (concert psychin' rock) to get in the fest mindset
DAILY Music  September 30, 2016, by The Music Staff
"...Make sure you have tunes to keep the energy high on your journey. Here are a few recommendable records to help your slow roll go faster...."

The Double
Music Review  March 17, 2006, by Dan Oko

Dead Meadow
Music Review  March 18, 2005, by Michael Chamy

Chelsea Light Moving
Music Review  March 15, 2013, by Dan Oko

Esben & the Witch
Music Review  March 18, 2011, by Audra Schroeder

Kurt Vile
Music Review  March 18, 2011, by Doug Freeman

Fucked Up
Music Review  March 19, 2010, by Austin Powell

Belle & Sebastian
Record review
Music Review  March 10, 2006, by Melanie Haupt

Record review
Music Review  March 10, 2006, by David Lynch

Crooked Fingers
Music Review  March 4, 2005, by Melanie Haupt

Dizzee Rascal
Music Review  March 19, 2004, by Robert Gabriel

Preston School of Industry
Music Review  March 19, 2004, by Michael Chamy

The Soft Boys
Acts Playing South by Southwest
Music Review  March 16, 2001, by Ken Lieck

Slanted & Enchanted
Matador Records magnate Gerard Cosloy turns the 'live music capital' into a Casual Victim Pile
Music Story  January 22, 2010, by Austin Powell
"...Puddles have formed in the trenches left by the tractors used to haul out the debris. Scraps of countless vinyl records – irreplaceable rock & roll relics – are littered like shrapnel, the warped grooves fossilizing in the dirt...."

Hippy Porn
There are not many things I know for certain about this movie, but one thing I do know is that it contains no hippies and no porn. The three central...
Film Review  March 20, 1992, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...And despite its best intentions to suck the audience right up into its tedium and boredom, there are transcendent moments -- moments of humor, of insight, of pleasure, of distinction -- that rise from the morass, remain with you as reminders that life really can be pretty neat. Hippy Porn is also driven by a Matador Records all-star underground soundtrack featuring artists like Barbara Manning, Unrest, Superchunk, Medicine Ball and others..."

Playback: Ramsay Midwood Buys the Bar
Ramsay Midwood co-acquires Sam's Town Point, record store news, and Spoon teases upcoming Matador Records LP.
Music Column  January 12, 2017, by Kevin Curtin
"...He had trouble scoring gigs and his naive expectations for South by Southwest resulted in a major letdown. Having released his future cult classic Shootout at the OK Chinese Restaurant, Vanguard Records flew his band in from California only for them to play to a disinterested crowd at an Irish bar...."

Wednesday Rewind
Another local highlight reel with Spoon and Matador at 21
DAILY Music  November 17, 2010, by Austin Powell
"...Spoon, “No Time” On that note, Myspace has posted some highlights from Matador Records' 21st anniversary bash at the Palms Casino in Las Vegas. Spoon paid tribute to the late Jay Reatard with a poignant rendition of “No Time” from Matador Singles '08...."

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