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Abandoned Bees // remnants TAPE

Abandoned Bees // remnants TAPE

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The Abandoned Bees, the ambient duo of England's The Humble Bee and Australia's Erik Williamson, will release on German ambient label in March 2023.Debut cassette released from Vaknar with a limited edition of 100.

6 hazy lo-fi ambient tracks, 1 hour. Comes with DL code. 

Don't miss this opportunity as it is already out of print.

Vaagner and other works Click here for more information. ///Click here to see more Vaagner releases available at Tobira. 

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Includes DL code. Edition of 100.

Text via Vaagner:

"'All things that have form eventually decay.'

After last year's tenuous offering "Another Fall," Craig Tattersall (A Humble Bee) returns with a new collaborator in tow, Erik Williamson. Together the duo unveil a body of collaborative work titled 'remnants', showcasing a near hour-long offering of unfaltering melancholy, with each piece engulfing the listener in an abyss of tape-laden hiss, while drifting ever so slightly into aimless reverie."

Artist : Abandoned Bees

Label: Vaagner 

The Abandoned Bees, the ambient duo of England's The Humble Bee and Australia's Erik Williamson, will release on German ambient label in March 2023.Debut cassette released from Vaknar with a limited edition of 100.

6 hazy lo-fi ambient tracks, 1 hour. Comes with DL code. 

Don't miss this opportunity as it is already out of print.

Vaagner and other works Click here for more information. ///Click here to see more Vaagner releases available at Tobira. 

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Includes DL code. Edition of 100.

Text via Vaagner:

"'All things that have form eventually decay.'

After last year's tenuous offering "Another Fall," Craig Tattersall (A Humble Bee) returns with a new collaborator in tow, Erik Williamson. Together the duo unveil a body of collaborative work titled 'remnants', showcasing a near hour-long offering of unfaltering melancholy, with each piece engulfing the listener in an abyss of tape-laden hiss, while drifting ever so slightly into aimless reverie."

Artist : Abandoned Bees

Label: Vaagner