Sunday, October 31, 2010

Monday, October 25, 2010

Franklinstein Party

6pm-4am DJ Anlog and Delurium (Columbus) will be rocking electronic beats tuned to bass-heads. October 29th, 8 Franklin Ave, Athens, OH.

Update: DJ Franklinstein (Anlog) on the wheels of steel.

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Monday, September 20, 2010

New Funky Pyramix!

This is the first mix I've put out in a while and it's a good one!
DJ Anlog's Classic Funk vs. Old School Hip-Hop
Click here to view old episodes or paste the link into iTunes' Advanced>Subscribe to Podcast dialogue to subscribe!

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Spacement Relic: Whale Zombie Guestlist Video

Video keeps rolling out of The Spacement despite the fact that... we don't live there anymore. Here's the ACRN guestlist with Whale Zombie shot in The Spacement in late May (early June?). Chris Lute muses on the importance of playing with other groups, recording an album and not sounding like The Postal Service...
Thanks to Paolo, Joe, Dani, Alex and the rest of the ACRN Crew!

Guest List Episode 11: Whale Zombie from

Thursday, September 9, 2010

Animal Magazine EP

Joel, Mike and Justin from Animal Magazine have spent around 30 hours this week recording and mixing their nine track EP at my studio in Alexandria. Here's a preview: Nosferatu in Colonial Williamsburg.

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Where is Facebook's Support Staff?

Let me start from the beginning, I work for Yoshitoshi Recordings, a DC-based record label that markets extensively using social media sites like MySpace, Twitter and Facebook. Recently one of our Grammy-winning artists logged into his Facebook account while touring in Europe and was locked out for security reasons. He was asked to flawlessly identify 8 photos of his 5,000 friends…er…fans. Obviously this is an impossible task so we contacted Facebook’s customer support team. We clicked the “Help” button in the lower right hand of the screen, we filled out an “error” report, we attached a screenshot, and then we waited. And waited. And waited…
After a week of missed messages, correspondences from friends and fans, and lost marketing opportunities we found Facebook’s phone number using Google. We pressed 1 for customer support and were told:
“Unfortunately we do not offer phone support at this time, answers to most user inquiries can be found at the help center by clicking on help at the bottom of any Facebook page. The help center includes information on the site’s functionality as well as contact forms for issues that require further support from Facebook. Thank you.”
So they don’t take support calls from users and they don’t answer support inquiries via e-mail but I thought surely at least one of the company’s 1,400 employees handles customer support so I started dialing extension numbers at random. Facebook’s phone system pre-screens callers by name before connecting them to an individual or their voicemail so I had to sound particularly desperate to convince anyone to pickup. It took about twenty tries; her name was Michelle and she informed me customer support was “not her department” and there was nothing she could do for me. She refused to transfer me anywhere and when asked if there was anyone at the company who conducts customer support via phone she stated simply “I don’t know. Not a lot of people here have phones.”
We’ve been locked out for almost a month without a single correspondence from Facebook’s support team. I’ve accepted there’s nothing we can do about it; other frustrated users on the web suggest it’s best to just abandon the account and move on. Public outcry on numerous web-boards show thousands of Facebook non-users are being impersonated by others online and, stifled by Facebook’s support team, their assumed identities continue to slander and defame them.
It’s easy for Facebook to hide behind their curtain while countless users flood their inbox with problems but someday they will have to hire a team that can support their user base. For myself and thousands of others I hope they do it soon.

Update: I sent this article to Facebook’s press team asking for a fact-check and our account was unlocked the next day. Unfortunately it has since been relocked, this time for malware, and we are effectively back at square-one.

Thursday, June 10, 2010

Friday, June 4, 2010

Lobsterfest Afterparty

I'll be spinning some deep funk to open the Lobsterfest Union Afterparty with Barticus and Self Help Saturday, 10PM.

Monday, May 24, 2010

Spacefest Recap

Saturday we held the first annual Spacefest, a day-long celebration of Athens independent music. The final lineup cut short by the police was:
Sneaky Mister
The Squeaky Chairs
In Silent Movies
Manor Animals
The Gender Bending Fender Benders
Mr Leg
Millions of Michael Jordans
The Pleasure Domes
Blithe Field
Whale Zombie

My apologies to the artists who were unable to perform, especially Brother Tiger, Shapeless Shadow and DJ Delurium.
You can read more about the festivities in this brilliantly conceived article by Dani Purcell. [via ACRN]

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Skeetones Rage The Spacement

Last Friday the Cincinnati jam/electronica group Skeetones played a great show in the Spacement. Despite the loss of our air conditioning duct and my wallet everyone had a great time. Beatz ULTD, Delurium and DJ Max were all great. Here's some video:

Monday, May 10, 2010

Duperman and Dr McBad's Mutant Goo

A student film I scored for my friend Sam. Max from planet Agria did some fine graphicals.

Monday, April 19, 2010

Karate Coyote and Walk The Moon

A few Spacement videos from March 6. I was able to put these together with the help of Evan Mitchell, the result is a few fairly interesting two camera edits of varying quality, bounciness and aspect ratio. The first set is of Karate Coyote, the last is Walk The Moon.

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Monday, March 15, 2010


Agria is the game design project I'm doing audio and music for this year. Check out the video and more at

Sunday, March 14, 2010

Barz N Tone

D Jones, the rapper, teacher, and documentary film maker, is undoubtedly one of the most interesting and talented people I've met at Ohio University. He got me the gig spinning hip-hop shop and this weekend we hosted the Spacement's first hip-hop show.
DysFunktional Family, Doxcity, SSTRES, Jean P and DJ Shadowcat were all in attendance. Great Lakes Crew couldn't make it. Here's some amazing video by Sixseed:

Saturday, March 13, 2010

Spooktober Doc

There's some great footage from the Spacement as well as some shots of my unattended DJ rig in this minimentary about Athens band Spooktober.

Thursday, March 11, 2010

A great video of my Mom, Gloria, painting. Check it out!

Sunday, March 7, 2010

Monday, March 1, 2010

DJ Workshops

Presenter: Patrick Giguere and Andrew Logan
Dates: March 4th & 12th
Times: 1:30 – 4:30pm
Location: 227 Putnam Hall

Over the past 4 decades DJing has evolved from simply playing records over the airwaves to an internationally recognized art form. From turntablism ( using a turntable as an instrument by manipulating records in a way that creates percussive elements and other sounds not present on the record) to creating mash-ups ( i.e. Girl Talk) this practicum will give students the opportunity to learn about the cultural history of DJing while providing a hands-on environment to learn the essential skills of DJing. From set-up and signal flow to scratching and mixing, we will cover and practice all the various types of DJing elements. Some of the equipment and programs used will be turntables, mixers, CD tables, Kaoss pad, Traktor, Reason and Ableton Live. Come experience the culture of DJing with Pat the Cat and DJ Anlog.

[Via Ohio University's @Lab]

A Pity Party

Friday The Spacement hosted a benefit for Haiti, raising $115 for Doctors w/o Borders! Five Deadly Venoms, Spooktober, Sandcrawler, The Professionalisms, and the BustedBASS afterparty were all incredible.

Thursday, February 25, 2010

Spacement appears in Backdrop Magazine

The Spacement appears in the winter issue of Backdrop Magazine, an OU student publication. The first shot is Alex Douglas from She Bears, below him is Bobb Hatt, "The Bearded Genius" who has also performed at our house on several occasions. There's no mention of our venue specifically though it is eluded to by DJ Shadowcat (a.k.a. Pat the Cat) in the second to last paragraph.

More Space-Themed Show

I guess I should have posted these last week when they were relevant, but we had two fantastic space-themed at my house last weekend. Here are the flyer designed by yours truly, video coming soon.
Oh, and Friday we're having a benefit for Haiti, The Professionalisms, Sandcrawler, Spooktober and the Five Deadly Venoms will be playing. I will DJ. You should come.

Saturday, February 13, 2010

Beats Unlimited

The last two Thursdays I've been playing the hookah bar with drummer Stephen Swabek as what we call "Beats Unlimited." Check it out.

Beatz ULTD from Andrew Logan

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

3-Day DJ Stint

Tonight I'll be DJing at The Pigskin with Active Chainsaw, Madhat and Empty Cups, some other members of my ACRN Mobile Dept. 10pm-2am free, 21+
Thursday I'll be back at Athens Pyramids Hookah Bar with drummer Stephen Swabek for Beats Unlimited, a highly improvisational DJ/Drum combo that will rock your socks. 11pm free

Friday I will be spinning at Jackie O's for Brazilian Dance Night. 9pm 21+/$3 under/$5

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Rubber Tree Quartet

Had a hella fun time recording these guys with my MDIA 414 class last quarter, check em out:

The bassist, Addi Somekh, has a solo project that's also awesome - free album download here. (Number 8 mixed by Scientist!)

Monday, February 8, 2010

Blithe Field @ The Spacement

Last Saturday this dude played the Spacement for the second time this weekend and he's easily the best downtempo act I've heard in Athens. Here's the first Spacement performance along with Shapeless Shadow's amazing light setup on Electronica Night January 16th.

Blithe Field @ The Spacement from Andrew Logan.

Whale Zombie rejuvenates Athens with lucid riffs, optimism

This article by Dani Purcell was published February 4th on Excellent coverage - ACRN's editorial staff definitely has its finger to the pulse of the Athens music scene.

Friday, February 5, 2010

Baker Rollerjams

Here's a great video Kramer shot of me spinning 45s at the Baker Center rollerjam last Tuesday. The track is A Roller Skating Jam Named "Saturdays" by De La Soul.

Rollerbowl from Andrew Logan.

Thursday, February 4, 2010

Studio C Videos

Here are a couple videos Sixseed produced of me spinning in Studio C.

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Eightfold Path

The Spacement was featured in Vandal Production's Eightfold Path, a film made for Ohio University's 48-hour shootout!

Monday, February 1, 2010

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Spacement Dance Party

Friday is my twenty-second birthday, The Spacement is having a DJ Dance Party to commemorate.

Saturday we're having Manor Animals, She Bears, Grade School, and Monolithic Cloud Parade from Columbus, 8p-12a.