In A Café At The End Of The World is a digital three track EP release by ANTHONYMES (Anthony Reynolds and Ian M Hazeldine (Antonymes)
Written by Anthony Reynolds with additional text by Charlotte Greig.
Paul Morley writes in the press release – “Together, before it was too late, it was inevitable that there would be an intensely attentive meeting of minds and moods between Anthony Reynolds and Antonymes. Both outsiders locked inside a dream-world of remembering, laughter and forgetting where keeping yourself to yourself perversely leads to many forms of collaboration, connection and communication. Both in their own ways obsessed with strategically solving mysteries by never coming to a conclusion. Both with names beginning with ‘a’, names that fuse together as elegantly as their music, their point of view, their modestly magniﬁcent approach to glamour, and romance, and decreasing volume. ‘A’ for afﬁnity. ‘I’ for inﬁnity. Together, without losing their isolation, the lost, disappearing worlds of Anthony Reynolds, a singer, clandestine author, dreamer, fan, philosopher, ex-pop star who was never a pop star… and Antonymes, a mysterious meditative ensemble of one, of no-one, both gradual specialists in serenity, from the same place, and near enough the same time.”
Purchase it at Anthony’s Bandcamp.