Thursday, November 24, 2011

You'll always be a loser

nearly seven years ago

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Friday, May 27, 2011

Holy Shit is the new Justice video fucking awesome.


Could a music video be more up my alley than that?

Thursday, May 19, 2011

Saturday, April 30, 2011

Zach



The lesson is: Don't Try. Like we do with this blag.

Thursday, April 28, 2011

A letter to The Guy on the E Train that looks exactly like the grown up version of Butt-Head from the MTV series, Beavis and Butt-Head

Dear Guy on the E Train that looks exactly like the grown up version of Butt-Head from the MTV series, Beavis and Butt-Head,

I'm sorry you look exactly like the grown up version of Butt-Head from the MTV series, Beavis and Butt-Head. That must be hard for you. I say this because the resemblance is unbelievable. So, I'm sure you take a lot of shit about it. I'm sorry you have braces at this age. That seems awful. I remember when I had them when I was 13. It was horrible.

But it's good to see you're doing well. You're wearing a nice distressed leather jacket and some faded bootcut jeans now. That is much better than an AC/DC t-shirt and some small shorts. Maybe that girl from work that is clearly uncomfortable talking to you thinks your jacket is cute. Who knows? Your future is wide open.

I noticed you got off at the 7th Ave stop. If you live there I'm sorry for that as well. Not only do you look exactly like the grown up version of Butt-Head from the MTV series, Beavis and Butt-Head, you also live in a horrible area of Manhattan.

Well, good luck to you, Guy on the E Train that looks exactly like the grown up version of Butt-Head from the MTV series, Beavis and Butt-Head. I sincerely hope for nothing but the best for you.

I also sincerely hope that you're best friend looks exactly like Beavis. Because that would be fucking hilarious for anyone that sees you two together.

Love,
Mike

Friday, April 8, 2011

On Tombstone


Every couple of months, I remember something or get all moody and return to this movie. Is it not the best movie you have ever seen? I mean. I don't think there is much you can say about it. Literally every character is the best thing in the world. You know how when you watch a movie and a character says something and you don't really pay attention to it, or maybe you just don't think it was that good of a thing to say? That never happens once in this entire movie. Every single character says the best possible thing for them to say at any moment.

Wyatt Earp: How ya' doin' Doc?
Doc Holliday: I'm dying. How are you?

That is the raddest fucking thing you can say on your deathbed! Holy fuck. And obviously, Doc Holliday is the most kick ass character that's ever existed. But like, EVERY character is fucking sick. Even big old dumb Morgan Earp. The retarded Earp brother has the one of the illest lines in the whole movie! As he's dying, he says this:

"Remember what I said about people seein' a bright light before they die? It ain't true. I can't see a damn thing."

WHOOOOAAAAAAA! That is so fucking intense. This is one of the only movies that if they made it even longer and just filled it with like deleted scenes and stuff, I'd like it more. The shit is already like 3 hours long and get bummed every time it's over. I want more. So, yeah. Watch this movie again and get hyped. I'll let you borrow it. But, you should probably just buy it.

Thursday, February 10, 2011

New Antilogy Mixtape! : Arms Out, Head Back



Man, can life fucking suck it sometimes or what? You know what I'm talking about? It's just like every fucking day is worst than the last. All this goddamn bullshit. You can barely make it through the day! How many times have you burst into tears as soon as got home from work this month? How many times have you thought, "What the fuck am I even doing? Am I just wasting my fucking life? Is anyone NOT wasting their life?" I know what it's like bro. I know that feeling of absolute hopelessness. When the very idea of putting one foot in front of the other is too much to deal with, and you just want to roll under a bridge and live there until you die. I know that feeling. Shit fucking sucks.

There's someone else who knows that feeling. His name is Andy Dufrense. And he's the main character of a film called "The Shawshank Redemption." He got dealt a shitty hand in life too! He ended up in jail or some shit. I don't really remember the beginning of the movie. The point is, his life brought him down. He had fucking nothing and he couldn't deal. He was like you. Dragging those feet. Feeling like everything is the worst. Getting butt-fucked by fellow inmates. Man! Life! Can you even take it? So, that shit is a bummer. But then you know what happens? Shit gets amazing.

Andy Dufrense breaks out of jail! And holy shit, is that scene fucking amazing, and epic and cathartic as fuck! Dude dead seriously crawls through a pipe full of shit and then rips his shirt off, closes his eyes, throws his head back and gets a metaphorical baptism in a thunderstorm. Fuck yeah! He looks so happy and so catharsisized! He's so at peace with everything and especially with not being in jail. And you know what? We all need a little Andy Dufrense, rain drenched catharsis.

So, I made this mixtape. Strictly cathartic jams. If it doesn't give you goosebumps and make you want to drop to your knees in slow motion, it's not on here. This is the epic jams. Album enders. These are the songs that drain everything. No song is under 3 minutes. How many vocal tracks? A million. So, this is for you guys. Time to just let it all out. Put your headphones on and just drink it in. Let these cathartic jams wash over you. Let them wash over you like a fucking flood (a flood of emotions?). Rip your shirt off! Go Petey Pablo with if you want. Spin it around your head like a helicopter! This is some Primal Scream shit. Let it out brother! Stick your arms out in a jesus pose, throw your head back, and close your eyes. Just imagine that bad ass thunderstorm washing all that shit off of as you listen to these burners. So cathartic.

Download below

Antilogy presents
ARMS OUT, HEAD BACK
(a cathartic jams mixtape)

Track Listing
1. To Old Friends And New - Titus Andronicus
2. The Gold We're Digging - Parts & Labor
3. Time Keeps Slipping Into The (Cosmic) Future - Iron Chic
4. Rock n Roll Suicide - David Bowie
5. Take Me Home (Piss Off) - Snuff
6. Mud Hill - Samiam
7. Anthems for a Seventeen Year-Old Girl - Broken Social Scene
8. Brand New Love - Sebadoh
9. Long As I Can See The Light - Creedence Clearwater Rivival
10. Accident Prone - Jawbreaker
11. And For You I Am Dying Now - The Crush
12. A Better Son/Daughter - Rilo Kiley
13. Kinetic - Osker
14. Davey Crockett - Fang Island
15. Unexplosions - Parts & Labor
16. Purple Rain - Prince & The Revolution
17. Modern Romance - TV on the Radio



Download Here

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Friday, January 28, 2011

Never made a best of 2010

Put here's the best of today, 1.28.11

Beginners- A Mike Mills Joint, I'm a gonna love it.



Motorcycle Videos- I can't wait for it to be sunny and hot again, this dude is hauling ass



Max Schaff is consistently great
and I really like the song in the video.