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  1. Trowlesworthy

    20+ years since last visit to the Trowlesworthy sites (long-ingrained snootiness to the china clay works?); never mind the despoiled landscape, here’s a shit-up cairn circle. Awesome stone row and avenue too.

    cairn circle

  2. West Country Freaks

    Head on down the A303 to catch BBC 6 Music Stuart Maconie’s Freakier Zone West Country Freaks spesh, including Flying Saucer Attack, Portishead, Coil, Spinal Tap… and Urthona. Jeez weez sure in righteous company there.

  3. Half a frigging billion years old

    On Salisbury Plain yesterday we came across these fairy shrimps, living in a temporary pond formed by the ruts of tank tracks. These endangered critters have been on Earth for about half a billion years (Upper Cambrian) and have a really interesting life cycle. The Plain – which we’re increasingly digging I tell ya – is a stronghold apparently. OK, so now we gotta build a pond over the winter.


  4. Bristol 29.08.14

    Pix from last night’s show at the Exchange, Bristol





  5. Bristol show this Thursday

    A quick reminder that we’re supporting Acid Mothers Temple at Bristol Exchange this coming Thursday, tix etc over here.

    In the meantime here’s a pic from a couple of days ago from a barrow just south of the totally cosmically located Chilcombe hillfort in Dorset. Big sarsen on top too – part of the original structure?


  6. Roman Bastards

    Massively great diorama of the fall of Maiden Castle at Nothe Fort, Weymouth.



  7. Strange

    Urthona vs Dr Strange (issue 58)


  8. Mirage Men Quietus vid

    All 22+ minutes of mainly unreleased Mirage Men solo leccy guitar and an article about next weekend’s London show over on the Quietus here.

  9. London 19th July

    Urthona will be playing at the Vinyl Factory, Poland Street, London on July 19th. If you’re quick you can bag free tix over here (follow the tickets link).




  10. Review

    Here’s a review of the Elements’ Rage from the July 2014 issue of the Wire magazine, by  Joseph Stannard.