Universal Music Australia

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Universal Music Australia
Industry Music, Entertainment
Founded 1934
Headquarters Sydney, Australia
Key people
George Ash (President)
Parent Universal Music Group
Divisions List of Universal Music Group labels
Website umusic.com.au

Universal Music Australia (UMA) is the largest Australian music corporation.[1] It is part of the Universal Music Group which operates as a subsidiary of Paris-based media conglomerate Vivendi. Universal Music Australia's corporate headquarters are located in Sydney, Australia.


Universal Music Australia operates local record labels, as well distribution deals with independent Australian labels. UMA also represents all Universal Music Group's international labels within Australia.[2]

Current Australian artists

Island Records Australia

Golden Era Records

Mercury Records Australia

Modular Recordings

Sony Music Australia

  • So Fresh (Corperation albums)
  • Hits For Kids Pop Party

ABC Music

Universal Music Australia

Dew Process

Capitol Records

EMI Music Australia

Decca Records

See also

External links

  • Official website
  • Universal Music Australia's channel on YouTube
  • Universal Music Australia on Facebook
  • Universal Music Australia on Twitter


  1. ^ Universal Music Was Biggest Label Of 2012 - Noise11, 4 January 2013
  2. ^ Who We Are - Universal Music Australia Website
  3. ^ Cashmere, Paul (12 October 2014). "Robert Rigby Signs Paulini To Decca". Noise11. Noise Network. Retrieved 12 October 2014.
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