Category Archives: travels

Genesis.

Pour out my lifeline’s wine
Here’s a toast to the ghost that told me that it was all inside my life’s mind
Bang your head against the sky and you can own that
Everything else is just noise, and you can coin that
Turn on, tune in, drop out – do what you want homie
But I’ll still hustle for supper, fuck if the world knows me
Who is this?
The same cat that doesn’t even have a pen to write up a wish list
I’m a creature of the wind, an angel with a blindfold
Shine like the moon on the water, plus my mind’s gone
Life’s a ride, grip to her rails
Write your vows on a rug and pin them on her coattails
Say happy trails, to say the least
Reach now, or forever hold your grief
I’m just a piece of the puzzle, muzzled with puddle that I struggle with
More like an ocean of emotions, still I love this shit
Genesis.

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Quoteoftheday: 2.24.12

One of my students in Alaska:

“I loved dancing with Rudi.  First we made a circle.  We had to take turns.  I was center of attention.  I liked the cool music.  Me and Jorens had a dance off.  I won the dance off.  It was the best day of my life.  Rudi did a awesome dance move.  I got 39 high fives.  I think I am famous now.  I was so sweaty but not tired.  I loved it.  So many people said good dance Joey.”

-Joey

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D-Projects in Alaska.

Tonight and tomorrow night you can catch Insanity Isn‘t and Teo Castellanos’ “NE 2nd Ave” at Out North Contemporary Art House.

Insanity Isn’t

Insanity Isn’t is the story of Acey Sickly. While trying to sleep through the American dream, Acey wakes to an American nightmare to find himself plagued by financial burdens, media propaganda, religious beliefs, keeping up with the Jones’, his 9 to 5 and apocalyptic prophecies. B-Boy movements, rhyme, beatbox and live music weave together his journey back to insane sanity.


NE 2nd Ave

The emotional, often humorous one-man play depicts the lives of a Puerto Rican small time drug dealer, a deprived African-American young lady, a Haitian jitney driver, a Cuban-Jewish grandfather, Rasta Man, African American adolescent trying to find his footing in life, a Cuban rafter and a gay man, who each take the audience on a memorable journey through the intense streets of Miami.

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NonMs – “Basel Nights”

Join my little brother, friend, Control Freak, and fellow Flipside King, NonMS – also ¡MAYDAY!’s own nuclear instrumentalist, on a journey through the streets of midtown Miami, as he picks up and commands the pulse of the world famous Art Basel event. ENJOY!

And keep a ear out for the new ¡MAYDAY! album coming out this March, “Take Me To Your Leader”. Don’t wanna rub it in or anything, but I have copies of basically all the tracks that are going on the album, and they are FIIIIIYYYAAAAAA!!!!!

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