The conclusion of a series exploring the politics of urban sound in Bangkok and beyond, through first-person reporting, field recordings, and analysis. In 2010 and 2011, protest was something of a way of life in Bangkok, with a culture developing around the constant demonstrations and occupations. In this episode, Tausig explores the audio spaces of the protests, recording the music, political oratory, and improvised broadcast systems that flourished among the opposition encampments.
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