Matador 21 Live Stream: Liz Phair, Guided By Voices, More

Watch every set at the anniversary celebration for Matador Records in Las Vegas

October 1, 2010 6:16 PM ET

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Couldn't make it to Las Vegas for Matador 21, the three-day bash celebrating the venerable indie label’s anniversary? We’ll have a live stream right in this spot, showing every set as it’s played. (The video will repeat the next morning.) Check out the full schedule below, which we’ve listed in Eastern Standard Time. And look to rollingstone.com all weekend and on Monday for more video, reviews by Rob Sheffield, interviews with the artists, photo galleries, and reports on everything else that’s going down.


Matador 21: All the Latest Photos

Video: Cat Power’s ‘Furious’ Vision for New Disc

Rob Sheffield: Belle & Sebastian, Cat Power and More Bring Home Label’s Range

Surveying the Scene at Matador 21: Basketball, Hot Tubs — and Legendary Music

Rob Sheffield: Sonic Youth and Pavement Set the Bar Fantastically High

New Oral History Celebrates Matador Records

Inside Matador Records' All-Star Birthday Bash

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