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Editors’ Notes

James Lavelle and his ever-morphing UNKLE may have hit paydirt with Where Did the Night Fall. After moving to a harder, rockier vibe on War Stories, Lavelle opts to keep the guitars, but puts trip-hoppy moods, dance-worthy beats and atmospheric synths in the driver’s seat. His partnership with Pablo Clements feels sure-footed and comfortable, and though the music has the flavor and color of many different hands, there’s an improved consistency and focus here. The dreamy tones (“Ever Rest,” “Another Night Out”) partner neatly with the more exuberant (the urgent “Follow Me Down,” the dark “On A Wire”), as well as the lysergically flavored (“Falling Stars,” “The Healing”). Swaggering guitars, swelling strings and persuasive percussion are the dressings on outstanding vocal performances (particularly Rachel Fannan of Sleepy Sun, the chorus-like vocals of Big In Japan, and the soft soul of Joel Cadbury). The most raucous, joyful, infectious track, “Natural Selection” (featuring the Black Angels), is hard to leave behind; you’ll want to hear the tune’s lilting, psych-rock riffs just one more time (again and again).

Customer Reviews

music is art, art is about pushing boundaries

Thats why I love groups like UNKLE. If you want to hear a certain genre or style of music, then find a scene, but we need more sonic pioneers like UNKLE pushing the boundaries of what we can do with music. Plus you can't miss with an UNKLE/Mark Lanegan collaboration. Great stuff!


I know nothing about this band... lamely I found them because I really liked their song on the Eclipse soundtrack.... I am blown away.

UNKLE Always Gives Us What We Need

I just love the new album. It is not my favorite of theirs... but UNKLE has never gone wrong. My favorite song is Follow Me Down. Buy it, you will not be disappointed


Formed: 1994 in London, England

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Experimental hip-hop outfit UNKLE were one of the original artists releasing material through noted U.K. label Mo' Wax, which helped launch the instrumental, mid-'90s downtempo breakbeat revival eventually termed trip-hop. Though hardly the label's highest-profile group (at least until the long-delayed release of their debut LP in 1998), UNKLE's members included label head James Lavelle, who formed Mo' Wax while still in his teens as an antidote to the increasingly stale acid jazz/Northern soul scene....
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