Monday, October 14, 2013


For our final Ask Me Anything installment, we caught up with R. Biggers, the N.B.A.’s 7th Man of the Year in 2009 and Audubon Park’s Keeper of the Setlist.

Q: What exactly do you play in Audubon Park?
A: What exactly do I say when lost in the dark?
Q: No, what exactly do you play in Audubon Park?
A: Wait, what?
Q: What exactly do you play in Audubon Park?
A: Hang on, let me Vine this debris.
Q: Are you trying to usurp RiFF RAFF as the best Vine account?
A: Tzadziki?
Q: What is your creative process for coming up with parts in Audubon Park?
A: I like turtles.
Q: Last book read?
A: A collection of book reviews from The New York Review of Books from 1971-1974. Upside down.
Q: Favorite color?
A: Absence.
Q: Favorite movie?
“Tunak Tunak Tun”
Q: Favorite keyboard sound?
A: Tepid Conjurer (w/extra decay)
Q: Favorite Instagram filter?
A: Heavy cream.
Q: Favorite cat toy?
A: Garbage.
Q: If a tree falls in the forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?
A: Tzadziki?
Q: How do you find the time to be in so many bands?
A: Please, tell me, how does one “find time”? Where is it located?
Q: You studied Philosophy in college -- do you have a personal philosophy that you try to live by each day?
A: Have you ever really looked at your hand?
Q: Why has Cold Sides not released any music in a long time?
A: Cantwell told us we were suffering from a hypeness deficiency. Neill is apparently still working on some sort of poultice that restores it.
Q: You took the photo of a cat that is on the cover of the new Audubon Park record, yet you have been known for most of your life as a cat hater. What happened?
A: Have you ever Vined one of those things?
Q: You are also a notoriously picky eater. What foods have you discovered in recent years that you would never have eaten before?
A: Beans, lettuce, sparkling water, fish (not breaded and fried), pasta (with sauce of some kind), sandwiches (with condiments).
Q: You are frequently, if not always, late for things. Do you know how to tell time?
A: What would I tell it?
Q: Why did you turn down the offer to play drums in Turkeyleg?
A: If you’re going to go that heavy with the low end, then three basses seems like a paltry amount. I told them I’d only do it if they got two more.
Q: Did you really recreate “Siamese Dream” on a 4-track in high school?
A: Tzadziki?

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