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Leigh on Sea Folk Festival 2017

14 Jun

Teleplasmiste will be performing at this year’s Leigh Folk Festival, and also participating in Justin Hopper’s audio-visual feast of music and folklore, I Made Some Low Inquiries. Tickets are free. More info here

Churchtown 2017

14 Jun

Churchtown is happening again, and Rainbow Unit, Urthona’s West Country acid wonk alter ego, will once again be playing live, along with many other great performers and DJs. This is a private event so contact me if you would like more details.

Gorilla Sound Explosion 17 July

24 Jun


AMT & Urthona Bristol 28.08.14

13 May



10 May


Raagnagrok 30.04.14

28 Apr


7.30pm onwards ,

30 April 2014,
The Courtyard Theatre,
Bowling Green Walk
40 Pitfield Street
N1 6EU

MWBDI in The Quietus

7 Feb

“Analog synths oscillate and drone around guitar and sitars, resulting in a classic expression of Kosmische… An album that finds a group of musicians knowing how to be both playful and artful while grooving on an occult wavelength”…

A lovely review of Raagnagrok‘s  Man Woman Birth Death Infinity by Peter Bergegal, writing in The Quietus.


Which seems like a good time to remind you that you can buy hard copies in the UK/ EU here, and in the USA, here. It’s also now available as a digital download.

Hideous Porta 16.02.14

27 Jan


MWBDI reviewed

6 Dec


Lovely review of Raagnagrok‘s Man Woman Birth Death Infinity over at

“Raagnagrok have been described as “kosmische exotica”, “Euclidean Dronemusic For Algorithmic Lovers” and “Mesopotamian Grokmusic For The End Of Days”. This sense of humor mixed with awesomeness makes me think that Iwould like these people, and they are worthy of adulation.

Man Woman Birth Death Infinity will appeal to classic drone heads, to fans of Cluster, Terry Riley and La Monte Young, as well as recent psych masters like Expo 70 and Gnod. If you’re looking for a shamanic journey into past lives, look no further.”

You can get your copy from Lotushouse Records


28 Nov