TIME Studios will Do a ‘Deep Dive’ into Universal Music Group’s Archives

Universal Music Group owns history’s largest music archive

As UDiscoverMusic, Universal Music’s official site reports, TIME Studios are preparing a documentary series, Deep Dive, which will see it exploring the depths of the Universal Music Group vaults.

The label group owns history’s largest music archive, housed within the renowned Iron Mountain Entertainment Services’ archival facility.

The idea behind the series is to unearth for the first time previously untold stories from original recordings, master tapes, never-before-seen photo negatives, filmed performances, album art, and music videos that had long been only rumored to exist.

The series will feature stories about legendary artists, including Bob Marley, Ella Fitzgerald, Marvin Gaye, and The Who. In each episode, Deep Dive will lead viewers on a musical journey, exploring intimate stories and unexpected mysteries connected to the biggest untapped treasure trove of music ever known. The first season will be comprised of 10 episodes and will be directed by Doug Pray.

“Being able to unveil incredible findings through unfiltered and insightful storytelling is what we strive for with each and every TIME Studios project,” Ian Orefice, president and COO of TIME and TIME Studios, said. “Deep Dive does just that, and we are confident that both music fans and history lovers alike will revel in the mysteries uncovered in each episode.”

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