About U-LAB

About U-LAB

We're excited to present U-LAB, a platform for innovation, musical experimentation and storytelling. We champion the next generation of artists through collaboration and creativity. Discover new music with U-LAB.

Introducing: U-LAB /Uforia Music

We are U-LAB.

“Innovation” and “storytelling” are two of the most overused buzzwords around. Here at Uforia Music, we have set out to create a space to put them into practice. The result is U-LAB: a platform to propel storytelling and innovative digital content through the lens of music. Interviews, music videos, sessions, live streams and more will live here on U-LAB.

Here, we are experimenting with musical styles and formats as well as creating new and diverse types of engaging narratives. In partnership with Grammy-award winning producer and Berklee College of Music professor Javier Limón, at U-LAB our goal is to incubate the next generation of artists and foster music storytelling of the future for new audiences.

There’s no genre, format, language or discipline that is not welcome in this lab. Are you an innovator? Let’s collaborate, we want to hear from you, get in touch in our Facebook page or email me: nuria[at]univision[dot]net.


Somos U-LAB.

Las palabras “innovación” y “ storytelling” se suelen decir con facilidad en la era digital. Aquí en Uforia Music, nos hemos propuesto crear un espacio para ponerlas en práctica. El resultado es U-LAB, una plataforma que busca impulsar el contenido digital de calidad y las nuevas narrativas a través de la música como hilo conductor. Entrevistas, videos musicales, sesiones, transmisión en vivo de conciertos y pruebas de sonido...todo esto y más vivirá aquí en U-LAB.

Este es un espacio en el que estamos experimentando con estilos musicales y formatos a la vez que creamos diversas maneras de contar historias e interactuar con la audiencia. En colaboración con Javier Limón, ganador del premio Grammy y profesor de la Berklee College of Music, nuestra meta en el U-LAB es incubar a la próxima generación de artistas y fomentar nuevas narrativas musicales para nuevos públicos.

No hay género, formato, lenguaje o disciplina que no sea bienvenido en este laboratorio. Eres un/a innovador/a? Contáctanos a través de nuestra página de Facebook o por email a nuria[at]univision[dot]net y colaboremos.

Nella busca romper los estereotipos de las artistas latinas en Estados U...
U-Lab White Sessions: Nella
Nella Rojas es cantautora, nacida y criada en Isla Margarita en Venezuela y egresada de Berklee College of Music.
Photos: U-LAB Launch Party at Space 52


The first generation of artists we'll be showcasing at U-LAB, produced by Javier Limón.

'I think our anthem sucks," says the Puerto Rican rapper and artist Residente on the first episode of the U-Lab Podcast. For that reason, he wrote the song 'Hijos del Cañaveral': "I wanted to sing something that I can sing with honor and pride, that's why I did this song," says Residente.
Before he traveled the world on tour with Calle 13 and for his latest album and documentary, rapper René Pérez Joglar aka Residente had barely left his native Puerto Rico, only traveling as far as Walt Disney World in Florida. For the first episode of U-LAB's podcast, Residente told U-LAB Music's Nuria Net of his creative process and his earliest memories as a writer: "I was creative since I was a kid, I remember writing when I was in first grade," he said. "The teacher asked us to write stories and I wrote a story and it was very funny. Since I was a kid I've been writing."
Bob Marley
Bilingual Latin jam band Locos Por Juana have been making music together for 15 years and released six albums. The group hadn't, however, released its music on vinyl until now. We followed the members of Locos Por Juana as they went (with their kids!) to Sunpress Vinyl in South Florida to print their latest album, 'Caribe' on vinyl just in time for Record Store Day.
Jared Bistrong is a sound healer and educator based in Miami who makes his own didgeridoos out native palm trees. In sound healing, the body tunes into the instrument and not viceversa. The sounds they create and vibrate really relax the body," says Jared. "Today we’re a culture that is disconnected from the cosmic vibration. we’re out of tune, we’re stressed and these help us tune us."