We've all been there: There's a really cool music documentary that's just been released, and it's not showing anywhere in Miami -- or worse, it's only being screened one day and at one time, which aren't really convenient. Luckily, this time around the Internet's making real-life geography irrelevant.
Recently we've seen The White Stripes and Animal Collective hit the big screen, and now, it's Scottish band Mogwai's turn. The psychedelic rockers have just released their own Burning, an artsy black and white concert doc that takes place over three days in Brooklyn. No screening necessary: The film debuts via a live Internet stream today at 3 p.m. EST.
You can check them out in all of their soft/heavy instrumentals glory via UStream. After the film, Mogwai's guitarist/vocalist Stuart Braithwaite and film director Vincent Moon will answer questions in a live chat. See the trailer above, and check out the live stream of the entire film and join in on the chat after the jump.
The live show