List of products by label Universal

Carpenter Brut - Trilogy - 3LP

At first glance, Carpenter Brut's influences are 80s TV shows, B movies loaded with synthesizer music. Listening to his home made EPs, however, one would rather bet on a black metal background, a crush for Dario Argento and a force-fed religious education.
This would explain his satanic mood, his passion for kitsch sounds and his adoration for all kinds of enjoyment. Whatever his influences, Carpenter Brut does not lack the talent to create in-your-face vintage killer tracks.
This is the long-awaited reissue of Carpenter Brut's self-released EP trilogy.
Presented in a slick Trifold Cover, pressed on 3LP with killer artwork designed by France's most notorious design-due Førtifem.

Carpenter Brut ‎– Leather Teeth - LP

Carpenter Brut draws its influences from 80s TV shows and B-movies loaded with synthesizers and evokes an encounter between Justice beats and the universe of John Carpenter.
Carpenter Brut pays tribute to the post-hippie/pre-AIDS culture that then set the basis of electro and metal to give us a unique, violent and crazy 80s revival sound.
After the success of his three Eps compiled in his album "Trilogy" and the release of his first live album “CARPENTERBRUTLIVE” Carpenter Brut returns with a surprise debut album ‘’Leather Teeth’’ to make us relive the intensity and energy of his shows.

Hildur Guðnadóttir ‎– Chernobyl (Music From The HBO Miniseries) - LP

Preminent soundtrack composer and virtuoso cellist tactfully mirrors the mood of HBO’s ‘Chernobyl’ docudrama in her crushingly dark ‘Music From The TV Series’
One of this year’s must-see bits of telly, ‘Chernobyl’ tells the ill-fated tale of the Soviet nuclear power station, its catastrophic end, and its fallout - both nuclear and political - thru a ruck of gurning British actors and Stellan Skarsgård.

Among the most memorable parts of the series,, is Hildur Guðnadóttir’s soundtrack, where she clearly relishes the opportunity to limn the series' portentous and overcast feel with sounds ranging from Mika Vainio-esque Geiger counter triggers to more typical cinematic strokes of her cello, as epitomised in the spine-chilling theme.