Score Tae The Toor / RS003B
/ NO LONGER AVAILABLE / Score Tae The Toor is a book and CD publication/release inspired by the Concrete Antenna sound installation at Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop created by Simon Kirby, Tommy Perman and Rob St John which ran from March 2015 until June 2016.
The trio gave a set of musicians access to their sound archive, tower instruments and compositions, and asked them to re-imagine the sited material created for the installation. Seven writers were asked to write pieces inspired by the tower and the installation, with pieces covering architecture, memory, archives, urban ecology and public art, written as essays, poetry and morse code.
Named after a phrase used by fishermen in the Firth of Forth using tall buildings on the Edinburgh skyline to orientate their sailing, Score Tae The Toor is a limited edition publication printed using a variety of techniques including risography, lithography, letterpress and computer controlled pen and knife plotters. Each cover features a unique numbered frame from an animation created by Tommy Perman.
Musicians: Joe Howe, Jonnie Common, King Creosote, Mark Lyken, OnTheFly, WOLF.
Writers: Fay Young, Hanna Tuulikki, Jake Bee, Nicola Meighan, Richard J Williams, Stacey Hunter, Tom Western.
Format: A5 landscape wire-o bound book (100 pages) plus 8 track remix CD.
Edition size: 100 copies (each with a unique, numbered cover).
This first edition sold out shortly after its publication. An alternative format second edition will be published in Spring 2017. Sign up for our newsletter for details of this and our 7" vinyl release of King Creosote's re-imagining of Stopping Out in a sleeve hand painted by Jonny Hannah.
Find out more about the original Concrete Antenna 12" vinyl and print package.