The Licence To Interpret Dreams

by Antonymes

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Written, produced and mixed by Antonymes.
Recorded between 2001 - 2010 in Hawarden and Llanthony, Wales, Christleton and London, England, Tsing Yi, Hong Kong, Kiel, Germany, Gent, Belgium, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Design and art direction by Antonymes. Cover image: Rydal Waters, Cumbria by unknown Victorian photographer.
Thank you: Cam Merton, James Banbury, Christoph Berg, Jan Van Den Broek, Paul Morley, Jannick Schou, Michelle Martland, Daniel Crossley, David Atherton + Paul Humphreys.

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released April 21, 2011

Antonymes, with:
James Banbury: Cello
Christoph Berg: Violin
Jan Van Den Broek: Voice
Paul Morley: Words
Jannick Schou: Mastering

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Antonymes Hawarden, UK

Antonymes music emerges from the adjustments and erasures where music expresses nothing but itself, from the relationship between continuity and repetition rather than of contract and interplay, from secrecy, from quietness, from pause, from thought, from emptiness, from time, from far off, from itself, from where it is set and where it is setting off to. ... more

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Track Name: Doubt
After
a
while 
You
Learn
that
Everything
Someone
Says
Thinks
Explains
Reasons
dreams
Is
A
Note
A
message
In
The
Margin
Of
A
Completely
Totally
Erased
A
Lost
A
blank

 
From
what
The
Note
states
expresses
We
Can
Sense
Perceive
project
The
Meaning
Of
The
Missing
The
Lost
The
Erased
The
Deleted


But
There
Is always
Doubt
A
Multitude
Of
Doubts
And
Many
Many
Many
Possible
Meanings
 
And
After
A
while
You
Learn
And
Learn
With
Every
Good
Bye
You
learn