Robert DeLong is a rarity in electronic music. not only does he create idiosyncratic beats, over them he lays well written lyrics that delve deeper than just a bass drop. In our exclusive interview with him, he tells us about starting electronic songs on acoustic guitar, the future theremin, and he takes the 88Nine Radio Milwaukee Personality Test.
Listen to the full interview here.
Robert DeLong takes the 88Nine Radio Milwaukee Personality Test
Beatles or Stones——————————————————————-Beatles
Country or City—-City
Mad Men or Breaking Bad—-Mad Men
Fame or Fortune-Fame
Budweiser or Pabst—Pabst
Steak or Sushi—-Sushi
Optimist or Pessimist—–Optimist
Andrew Zimmern or Anthony Bourdain—–Zimmern
Lover or Fighter—-Lover
Buy an album or Burn an album—–BURN the album
Good or Evil—–Both in moderation
The Velvet Underground or A Tribe Called Quest—-Tribe
Any Poehler or Tina Fey—-Tina Fey
Pepsi or Coke—Coke
Introvert or Extrovert—-Extrovert
Mac or PC—-Mac
Heartbreaker of Heartbroken—-Heartbreaker
Sweet or Salty—-Salty
BONUS: Robert Delong's video for his hit song Global Concepts
Double bonus: If you have not been keeping up on fellow intern Josh's daily re-caps, they are really worthwhile and well written pieces. Check out his day two re-cap here.