WAU/Mr. Modo Records was a record label set up by Alex Paterson of The Orb and Martin Glover of Killing Joke. "WAU" stands for "What About Us?" (although in a 2016 interview Glover stated that it stood for "weird and unusual") and "Mr. Modo" is Adam Morris, Paterson's manager. They released several early albums by The Orb that were mainly distributed by record labels such as Big Life. WAU/Mr. Modo Records featured releases from many different ambient artists including Sun Electric, Blue Pearl, and Keiichi Suzuki of the Japanese band Moonriders.
Their sublabel, Inter-Modo, also released records from Juno Reactor and The Orb's collaborative side-project FFWD.