Modular Recordings

Modular Recordings

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Modular Records is an Australian record label. It was established by Sydney-based music promoter Steve Pavlovic as a joint-venture with EMI, but is now distributed (and half-owned) by Universal Music in Australia. Modular has released recordings by local artists such as Eskimo Joe, Ben Lee, The Avalanches, Wolfmother, Cut Copy, The Bumblebeez, Van She, Rocket Science, Ghostwood, The Presets and Tame Impala, as well as local releases of international artists including Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Chromeo, Colder, Klaxons (The EP Xan Valleys), Ladyhawke, New Young Pony Club, MSTRKRFT, and Softlightes.


Founded in 1998 by Sydney concert promoter Steve Pavlovic. The label came to prominence in late 1998 with its first two releases, The Living End's eponymous debut album and Ben Lee's Breathing Tornados. The Living End became the second (at the time) highest-selling debut rock album in Australian music history; Breathing Tornados was nominated for the "Album of the Year" ARIA Award. The label's next release the......
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