Robert Stark Interviews Al Barna and Randall Ann Homan About San Francisco Neon

Categories: Art, Lifestyle, Podcasts

Al Barna is a San Francisco photographer and artist whose work has been shown in exhibitions at the de Young Museum, the Legion of Honor Museum, the Rayko Gallery, the San Francisco Public Library, and the San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery. His photography has been published in CA Modern magazine, Society of Commercial Archaeology Journal, […]

Roger Blackstone: The Politics of Aesthetics

Categories: AltLeft, AltRight, Architecture, Art, Books, Futurism, Lifestyle, Uncategorized

Blackstone speaks as if he were a god, “I’m Roger Blackstone. I have dedicated my life to advancing civilization and furthering human progress, from finding cures to deadly illnesses, to radical life extension, to building utopian cities. Imagine a world where you can get on a fast train in Miami and be in New York […]

Governor Breck Reconsidered

Categories: AltLeft, AltRight, Architecture, Art, Movie Reviews, Uncategorized

The original Planet of the Apes sequels may have had lower budgets and far fetched premises (even moreso than the first installment) but they became more imaginative and at times the line between hero and villain became somewhat blurred, leaving speciest (human) audiences conflicted about whom to root for. One example of this is Dr. […]

Robert Stark Talks to Ashley Messinger About Retro Futurism ( Part II)

Categories: Architecture, Art, Futurism, Podcasts

Robert Stark and co-host Brandon Adamson talk to returning guest Ashley Messinger. Ashley is based in the UK and writes for Brandon’s AltLeft.com. You can also find Ashley on Twitter. Interview can be found here. Topics Include: A continuation on the topic of a “Redpilled” SWPL culture and it’s viability The implicit Whiteness of progressive […]

Compare and Contrast

Categories: Art, Lifestyle, Poetry, Uncategorized

New EP out, Compare and Contrast. Well actually, it’s been out for a little while. It’s a folkish EP / mini album of organ-based, minimalist pop songs, featuring unassuming vocals and a retro, lo-fi sound. It is reminiscent of 90’s and early 00’s indie pop. One critic described the EP as containing “songs that sound […]