The Licence To Interpret Dreams (Remastered)

by Antonymes

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    Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality downloads of In A Café At The End Of The World, The Licence To Interpret Dreams (Remastered), Delicate Power (In The Hands Of Others), (For Now We See) Through A Glass Dimly, At This Time Of Year, There Can Be No True Beauty Without Decay, Light Dispersed, The Colour Of Long Days, and 6 more. , and , .

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  • Limited edition deluxe double CD
    Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album

    The remastered expanded version of The Licence To Interpret Dreams has been in the making for over one year and sees the original album re-mastered to perfection by James Plotkin along with re-interpreted versions from Christoph Berg, Humble Bee, Tape Loop Orchestra, Olan Mill, Clem Leek, Ben Chatwin, Aaron Martin, P Jørgensen, Marconi Union, Bill Seaman, Hummingbird, Antonymes and Ian Hawgood. The album also includes texts by Paul Morley.

    • Made by hand,
    • Letter-pressed 6 panel covers
    • Printed on GF Smith 540gsm embossed Colorplan Buckram board
    • 2 x glass mastered CDs
    • 24 page perfect bound photographic book printed on luxury uncoated paper
    • 1 x limited edition print commissioned by Antonymes
    • 1 x vintage (circa;1890-1940) Ordnance Survey map of Lake District
    • Stamped

    Credits:
    Audio - Antonymes, Christoph Berg, Humble Bee, Tape Loop Orchestra, Olan Mill, Clem Leek, Ben Chatwin, Aaron Martin, P Jørgensen, Marconi Union, Bill Seaman, Hummingbird and Ian Hawgood.

    Design - Ian Hazeldine / Daniel Crossley

    Mastering - James Plotkin

    Words - Paul Morley

    "The License to Interpret Dreams, an intensely focussed dreamworld produced by Antonymes, first became available on the 21st April 2010; it didn’t really sound like it belonged in that year, at the time or now, too ancient seeming, too abstract, too intimate, too damned heart breaking! It could have been made years before, as out of place as it might have seemed, and yet still perfectly valid, a wistful psychedelic anomaly fitting into a fast evolving recorded musical world."

    Paul Morley 2018

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released September 9, 2018

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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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