Gerard Cosloy, who would sign the band to his matador Records years later, criticized their early shows.
It's a snap of the matador's red cape, a defiant baiting of Fox News and talk radio.
Yo La Tengo was one of those bands, eventually signing to tastemaker matador Records.
man who kills the bull in a bullfight, 1670s, from Spanish matador, literally "killer," from matar "to kill or wound," probably from Arabic mata "he died," from Persian (see second element in checkmate). Fem. form is matadora.