The Korean Loudspeaker War by Antonio Mainenti

South Korea erected giant units on its border, each of them consisted of megaphones rich with decibels. The idea was to transmit korean pop music, und thus inform the poor people of North Korean what the good life was about. Antonio Mainenti reconstructed what the border zone more or less could sound like. K-pop meshes … Continue reading The Korean Loudspeaker War by Antonio Mainenti

The Caulking Orchestra by Antonio Mainenti

Antonio Mainenti from Italy has brought us a new program that dives deep into the maritime tradition. Radio On is happy to host a caring document of a trade that has added a multi-facetted clippeteeclop sound to the beaches of -maybe- all the smaller and bigger villages around the world: caulking. Antonio explains, but also … Continue reading The Caulking Orchestra by Antonio Mainenti

Sughereta Back Home, no MUOS by Antonio Mainenti

Antonio Mainenti brought us a documentary about the No Muos movement in Sicily. We broadcasted it a couple of months ago. And we broadcast it again. These days Antonio is in Sicily, as an artist in residence. He attended the last demonstration against the installation of the Mobile User Objective System. The objectives of the … Continue reading Sughereta Back Home, no MUOS by Antonio Mainenti

Antonio Mainenti – Sughereta Back Home! – a radiophonic report

Antonio Mainenti brings us a new program. SUGHERETA BACK HOME! is a radiophonic report of a manifestation, a demonstration in Sicily. It brings recordings from the heath of the moment, the growing tension, the clash with the police. At the same time Antonio uses protest songs and his artistic skill to turn the report into … Continue reading Antonio Mainenti – Sughereta Back Home! – a radiophonic report