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  1. The Elements’ Rage back in stock

    We’ve done a third and defo final CD pressing of The Elements’ Rage (A Clash of the Stars and Moon). It’s exactly the same as the earlier long sold-out editions with a tri-fold cover and the folded poster insert (but no hand printed insert which came with the very first copies). It’s available here.

  2. The Other Without reviews

    Two super-positive reviews of the Other Without from the Quietus here and Freq here. And here’s a pic of a Rainbow o’er ye moore last weekend.


  3. Shitloads of new stuff OUT NOW

    Fling yourself madly over to the Urthona Bandcamp site here to listen to and/or buy the new album by The Other Without (ruralist Popol Vuh/T. Dream stylee by Neil and Mike) and the long-delayed Elemental Archive recording LYDFORD GORGE (free download). And two new way cool Heavy Rural t-shirts.

  4. Rainbow Unit

    Rainbow Unit live in Cornwall next weekend. Sun machine is coming down.


  5. The Other Without

    The debut album by The Other Without (featuring Neil and Mike) will be released on September 9th. Down with Patriarchy!

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  6. Supernormal

    Urthona live at Supernormal last weekend


  7. Urthona Supernormal 2016

    Urthona will playing at the Supernormal Festival on Friday 5th August, 9pm on the Vortex Stage.

  8. Urthona Live Radio broadcast

    Part of the Urthona show at Leigh Folk Festival earlier this month was played on the Ship Full of Bombs show on Thames Delta Independent Radio last week. We’re the first track, listen/download here

  9. Stonehenge and that

    Look out for a flurry of activity in the next month or two, including the debut album by THE OTHER WITHOUT, an Elemental Archive release, Heavy Rural t-shirts and possibly a live action. In the meantime, Stonehenge looked like this on Friday evening.


  10. Leigh Folk Festival 26/06/16

    Urthona will be playing at the Leigh Folk Festival, Essex this coming Sunday (26th June). We’re on the Culture As A Dare stage in the Fisherman’s Chapel at 5.45 pm, and it’s free entry.