Dart Against Humanity, the podcast where Dart Adams discusses whatever he feels like discussing whenever he feels like it however he feels like it. Enjoy... Or don’t. It’s a free country. At least for the time being it is...
Dart Adams explains that the age range, experience level & knowledge base of the audience determines their perspective thus determining their sophistication level. This sophistication level dictates the art/music/media/film/literature marketed to them. This is why no one wants to address ghostwriting in this space
Dart is fed up with people spreading false information on social media about classic film and album release dates so he dispels the myths by providing context with evidence. This concludes Season 1 of Dart Against Humanity. See you all again for Season 2!
On today’s episode of Dart Against Humanity I discuss the MCU (especially “Luke Cage” season 2), the frustrations of podcasting/content creation x metrics/numbers then wax poetic about the Summer of 1988. There will be ranting...
In this episode, Dart gets annoyed with the idea there’s only enough space for one big event or mainstream occurrence to draw the attention of a wider audience when the truth of the matter is the field/era is what lends importance to that event which can’t exist in a vacuum
Dart Adams is totally incensed at the latest episode of HipHopDX’s The Breakdown where MURS alleges there hasn’t been a classic Rap album released in a decade so he breaks down why MURS’ argument is pure trash.
Dart discusses the two NES games that helped to initiate the introduction of “Nintendo Power” in July/August 1988 which in turn caused video game journalism to explode in the following years (EGM, GamePro, Tips & Tricks, etc.)
Dart hasn’t slept since the Celtics were eliminated from the ECF last night so he recorded an episode about adapting source materials like novels (namely “Fahrenheit 451”) & comic book properties (namely “Deadpool”) then there was more ranting about journalism at the end. Ep. 8 coming later this week!
Dart recalls the days when he was exposed to a gang of different music via the radio in the 1980’s and how Black radio played White artists. Also Dart discusses the role cable TV played in music discovery in the early to mid 90’s once the radio became segregated again.
On today’s installment of Dart Against Humanity I discuss Ev of Up North Trips being mad at me then talk about how reading liner notes & album credits fostered my music appreciation thus increasing my overall knowledge base. There’s a rant in there somewhere...
This is Dart’s first episode of his podcast Dart Against Humanity. There’s no designated time or date it gets posted. There’s no format. No guests. No pre-assigned subject. No piggybacking off whatever subject is hot in pop culture. It’s Dart Adams unfiltered for however long he feels like speaking. Tonight, he runs through a list of old subjects he was going to discuss when his old podcast “Flash Drives & Aux Cords” was about to go live. Enjoy... Or don’t. Dart’s gonna do & say what he wants regardless.