- Bias Steamroller: Averted for the most part, but one has to wonder on his review of Steven Wilson's The Raven That Refused To Sing if he's mostly just annoyed at Steven Wilson's 70's-prog-purist attitude and it's affecting his opinion. Likewise, his review of Childish Gambino's album Camp was extremely negative, for all the valid criticisms, to the point where it almost seems Out of Character. He's never been that heated about an album before, even giving Chief Keef's album and the aforementioned Steven Wilson's albums higher scores.
- Big Lipped Alligator Moment: The beginning of his Wolf review.
- Bizarro Episode: "SLIPKNOT TRACK REVIEW," "CAL CHUCHESTA IN A PARK," and "Yung Lean - Unknown Death 2002 MIXTAPE REVIEW"
- 8.8: The only album he's ever given a ten out of ten was Death Grips' The Money Store. Naturally, he gets this reaction a lot. It's can be pretty dumb when he gets this very often for not liking something enough by people who don't seem to realize that a six-to-eight score is a good score.
- Ensemble Darkhorse: Cal Chuchesta; he doesn't appear in many videos but fans of the series love him and request more Cal videos.
- Fountain of Memes: Both Anthony and Cal. Kind of inevitable, really, when your primary demographic is /mu/.
- Hate Dumb: Expect any negative or not-positive-enough review to have the comments section peppered with "Sorry it's not obscure or Hipster enough for you!" or "If this were released by Animal Collective or Radiohead or Neutral Milk Hotel you'd be giving it a perfect score!"
- He Panned It, Now He Sucks: Often gets this (sometimes for albums he didn't even pan), but sometimes inverts it. For instance, he received a lot of flak for giving a moderately positive review of Skrillex's Scary Monsters And Nice Sprites EP, which is... kind of absurd, really...
- Ho Yay: This picture◊ taken from Death Grips' performance at SXSW. Yes, that's Anthony in the front row. With his head almost buried in MC Ride's crotch. In pure bliss. Note that besides Classics Week, Death Grips' album The Money Store is the only ten-out-of-ten he's ever given.
- Rescued from the Scrappy Heap: After about three years of mediocre and disappointing releases, he regained interest in OFWGKTA with the release of Wolf and Earl's 2013 output.
- Reviews Are The Gospel: Strongly discourages this attitude, to his credit. Regardless of this, his reviews tend to be regarded this way at least on /mu/.