The Pseudo-Intellectual Dividend

I’ve seen the term “pseudo-intellectual” wielded quite a bit in my lifetime and more than a few times tossed in my direction. Never once have I been offended by it, though. I’m happy to own the label. Why? Because “pseudo-intellectual” isn’t an insult. Sure, it’s a way of indicating that your ideas shouldn’t be taken […]

Robert Stark Talks to Brandon Adamson About Birthday Boy

Robert Stark talks to Brandon Adamson about his 1996 EP,┬áBirthday Boy. Available on iTunes. Podcast can be heard here. Topics: Intro: Throw Your Love Birthday Boy 22nd Anniversary Edition cassette re-released on Captain Crook Records Inspiration from an isolated lifestyle and lack of personal relationships Writing songs about characters on TV shows such as Melrose […]

Birthday Boy 22nd Anniversary Edition

Since today is my birthday, you can take this opportunity to purchase a limited edition cassette of a crappy lo-fi EP I released in 1996, (which has been re-released by a label in Eugene, Oregon without my knowledge or permission.) I guess I’ve finally reached the age as an artist where young people take up […]

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