Mario Pierro, aka Raiders of the Lost ARP (ROTLA), returns to Edizioni Mondo. Trasmissioni is his debut LP under this moniker, using fictitious TV show themes as an excuse to create his musically most eclectic record so far. Departing slightly from the Balearic and prog rock influences of the previous Laguna EP (MONDO 002EP, 2015), in Trasmissioni, ROTLA covers many territories: opening with the science-celebrating arpeggios of "Progressi Della Scienza" (advances in science), to the funky, off-beat grooves of "Telemusic", then taking a step into a disco during "Nightlife", before programming his rocket towards eerie Nordic drum machines and Hammond organs in "Esterno Neve" and "Effetto Notte", and many planets more. A welcome edition to the ever-expanding Edition Mondo universe, a record you can't grow tired of. Eco-Friendly green artwork that shows how tiny we all are. Gatefold sleeve; 180 gram vinyl. On Edizioni Mondo: The name Mondo has it's roots in "Mondo Movies", an Italian movie genre born in the '60s. Mondo movies are characterized by documentary-like content that addresses several topics from around the world ("mondo"). The Mondo label has the goal to produce music that is descriptive of concepts, images and environments. Mondo is inspired by library music, a genre frequently used as theme or background music in radio, film and television in that very same period. Production music libraries typically offer a broad range of musical styles and genres describing everything ranging from deserts to war and sports. Library music composers and session performers had no constraint at all. They typically work anonymously, have rarely become known outside their professional circle, and they have produced a very creative catalog. The Mondo productions start with four releases dedicated to seascapes; scenarios range from sea fauna to poaching, from natural parks to sea dunes.