Recently, Rock it Out! Blog caught up with Unknown Mortal Orchestra frontman Ruban Nielson in a back alley in Chicago, Illinois. But this wasn’t just any ol’ alley; no, it was the one where notorious gangster John Dillinger was shot and killed back in 1934. Besides discussing the infamous assassination, Nielson also shares his thoughts on how the band’s music should be described, nabbing actor Christopher Mintz-Plasse to star in the video for “So Good At Being In Trouble”, and what musicians he’d like to see remix their material.
April 8, 2013 | 11:00am ET