Archive for the Universal Category
Up At The Lake is the eighth studio album from Indie pioneers The Charlatans – which pretty much went under the radar upon its release in 2004 and is, still today, one of the more undiscovered and rewarding albums by The Charlatans. Pressed onto 180g vinyl for the first time […]
Not since it first appeared on vinyl in 2001 has The Charlatans’ 7th studio album ‘Wonderland’ been readily available, now almost after an 18 year absence ‘Wonderland’ has been re-pressed on 2 x 180g vinyl featuring original artwork and indie classics ‘Love Is The Key’ and ‘A Man Needs To […]
Vancouver-based alt-rock band Mother Mother is coming back with their 7th full-length studio album, Dance and Cry! In the fall of 2017, lead singer Ryan Guldemond went through a difficult break-up, which inspired these new sounds of survival, self-reflection, sorrow and happiness.
Soundtrack album to the forthcoming documentary The Man from Mo’ Wax that charts the life of pioneering UK electronic/trip-hop figure James Lavelle, whose presence in the scene as a DJ, producer and label head remains pivotal today, nearly three decades into his career. The film features interviews with DJ Shadow, […]
The 2018 reissue of DJ Shadow’s landmark album ‘The Private Press’. The Private Press is the second studio album by American record producer DJ Shadow. It was released on June 4, 2002, by MCA Records to widespread acclaim from critics. This double LP has been printed on 180gm heavyweight vinyl, […]
UMC are proud to release four vinyl re-issues celebrating the work of American singer, songwriter and actor Lenny Kravitz. All albums are presented on 180 gram black vinyl and include download codes.
Killer work from Nino Ferrer – maybe his most soulful album ever, and one that’s filled with loads of hard-jamming funky cuts! Nino got his start in the beat sound of the 60s – but here, he’s working with arrangements by Bernard Estardy, ones that have a trippy jazz approach […]
Featuring the propulsive Gentlemen Take Polaroids and the atmospheric, Satie-esque Nightporter, the album is widely considered as the one which consolidated Japan’s unique approach and sound.
2LP and 3LP versions available. Jazz fans take note: Both Directions at Once: The Lost Album more than lives up to its name. It features previously unreleased recordings by the late, great John Coltrane and his regular accompanying players (pianist McCoy Tyner, bassist Jimmy Garrison and Drummer Elvin Jones). The […]
Hellbilly Deluxe: 13 Tales Of Cadaverous Cavorting Inside The Spookshow International served as Rob Zombie’s debut solo album after his massively successful tenure with White Zombie. A realization of his vision of the dark side – a mix of classic horror films and sleazy pop culture, creativity and extremity – […]
The year after the release of his triple platinum 1998 solo debut, Hellbilly Deluxe, Rob Zombie put out the remix version, American Made Music to Strip By, thus inventing roxploitation (with a saucy smile and a cheerfully candid photo of his wife Sheri on the front) and sating his fans […]
This is the Stones where it all started, playing the music they loved so much – Blues, R&B and even Country. Every track has been revolutionary restored via ‘Audio Source Separation’ and you will be able to hear the remarkable difference this makes to each song.
As part of the vinyl Verve collections, the Stan Getz boxed set contains a selection of his best-loved albums on 180g vinyl in sleeves that replicate the original artwork. Contained in the set are the albums Jazz Samba (1962), Big Band Bossa Nova (1962), Jazz Samba Encore! (1963), Getz/Gilberto (1963), […]
“Oh hey, it’s brothers in electronic arms Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross teaming up again to soundtrack Ken Burns and Lynn Novick’s The Vietnam War. While the musical details are scarce, the amount of music isn’t – this OST features 90 minutes of new material from the pair, an undertaking […]
More polished than Day for Night, but by no means overproduced. Trouble at the Henhouse dances back and forth between quiet but still interesting tracks like “Flamenco” and loud bangers like “Gift Shop”, delivering an album that can be listened cover-to-cover unlike many other alternative rock bands of this era.
The Tragically Hip, one of Canada’s musical merrymakers, are also praised for their raw, sweaty live performances. Frontman Gordon Downie is a real dynamo, lyrically and physically, and his bandmates only support the beautiful live chaos. With that aside, the Hip treated fans with their first ever live album, Live […]