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Motion Ward to release ‘Light Trespassing’ from The Humble Bee
- Ambient /
- CD /
- Electronic /
- Now Sound
“Like the last embers of a fire burning”
Our friends at Motion Ward have announced their final release of the year with a “CD of dimly lit tunes by The Humble Bee” aka UK producer Craig Tattersall. Light Trespassing follows Ulla’s Limitless Frame (which we premiered at a listening event earlier this summer) and very much floats within a similar sonic universe with cozy white noise, warm acoustic instrumentation, tape loops, and all around gorgeous ambient textures.
If you haven’t heard The Humble Bee’s music yet, we highly recommend checking out 2009’s A Miscellany For The Quiet Hours which was originally released on CD-only but was finally reissued on vinyl earlier this year via Astral Industries.
Pre-orders for Light Trespassing are available now. The album will be released on CD and digital through Bandcamp on December 17, 2021.
Listen to previews below:
Check Motion Ward’s latest feature on Ian Kim Judd’s “Fifth World” show on NTS: https://www.nts.live/shows/fifth-world/episodes/fifth-world-24th-november-2021
Revisit our labels we love feature on Motion Ward: https://insheepsclothinghifi.com/labels-we-love-motion-ward/
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