One of the members of UK dubstep trio Swarms has splintered off from the pack to release a solo LP under the moniker Stumbleine. He's offered up "Honeycomb," one of the tracks from his Spiderwebbed LP, which was recently released via London outpost Monotreme. The song unfurls in layers of warmth and easy-going, soft-hitting beauty; quiet hip-hop samples are nestled between clicking rim hits and blunt kicks, while slow-paced synth stabs flicker overhead. After you grab "Honeycomb," you can stream all of Stumbleine's album after the jump.
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