England's Urthona, the project of Neil Mortimer,
debuted with the three long instrumental jams of
I Refute It Thus (Head Heritage, 2008) that
ran the gamut from garage-rock to ambient drones to
Amid Devonia's Alps (Further, 2009) had a pastoral theme (because
it mixed field recordings) but the three colossal jams
(Urthona's Barbaric Yawp Sounds Over The Roofs Of The World,
The Waters Of The Fen Have Brought Forth Flowers,
Born Psychedelic) continued to offer unrelenting guitar mayhem.
Murmurations (Further, 2010), a collaboration with
the Asterism, contains the 20-minute
Murmurations and the 24-minute River Severn Bore.
The Asterism also featured on
the 48-minute piece of
Urthona 3 - Super-Heavy Hamoazian Reverie (Further, 2011), the first
album with prominent percussion instruments.
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