This is Ethnopoesis Radio Hour, recorded and assembled by Dylan Gauthier.  This week, “Rehearsal for a Storm…” Featuring: a play in rehearsal by Dôme Theater; radio stations pulled in from around the city in the lead up to Hurricane Sandy; field recordings from the storm; questions about the election; odd sounds from who knows where; a discussion at Interference Archive on the role of artists in the relief effort; selected tracks from Earth’s 2005 album Hex; Or Printing in the Infernal Method What’s the weather like out there on East Pender?

About TiER-H: Wardriving for low- and micro- power and community radio stations around New York City, Power 2012‘s This is Ethnopoesis Radio Hour culls and reassembles moments from the preceding weekend’s radio transmissions – adding in selected commentaries and discussions on microradio and the public sphere in an examination of the physical presence of radio in the city, and the relationships created by and supported through the open airwaves.  Episode one was recorded over the weekend of October 13th and 14th, 2012 and broadcast on October 24th and 25th by Red76‘s Power2012 radio station at UNIT/PITT in Vancouver, BC, Canada.  Episode two was recorded between October 29 and November 11, 2012 and will be broadcast from November 14 to November 15, 2012 at UNIT/PITT.

You can tune in to Power2012 over the internet, or at 89.7 if you are in the 0-block of East Pender Street in Vancouver. Power2012 is part of Red76’s project This Is An (A) Front: A Covert Education, which continues until December 15.

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