Once upon a time a man called Thomas Edison invented a phonograph machine, in which a sound-driven vibrating needle impressed grooves into a cylinder covered with a tinfoil. Some damn cool music was being preserved and transmitted that way. Later on, tinfoil was being used mostly as a wrapping material for foods and drugs. By the year of 2010 some mad scientists from Tolm Stuudio, Tallinn put two and two together, took a head boiled in glorious noise and melodies, spiced it up with a sufficient dose of rhytm radiation, coated with delicious charmparticles, tinfoiled and canned it, labelling the product TALLINN MUSIC WEEK.
Limited edition of super sweet TMW music cans in stock from March, 25! Grab the can! Go look for us on TV, on the streets, in clubs, at the airport, inside the Almighty Worldwide - you'll find us everywhere.
The tin and the can and the art in between BY:
Idea: Joosep Volk, Martin Rääk, Uku-Kristjan Küttis
Director of photography: Joosep Volk
Animator: Martin Rääk, Joosep Volk, Uku-Kristjan Küttis
Cast: Karl-Gustav Kello
Post production, editing, animations: Tolm Stuudio
Location: Kliff & Klaus Studio
Sound engineering: Arian Levin