Sometimes opposites attract or at least get together to make music. It's fairly clear that Josh Dion and Geoff Kraly have different personalities. When asked about "Hot Canyon, Dion and Kraly had distinct replies.
"The drums and bass-line were written together. They fit within one another. The riff has a certain tension, because I wanted the verse to release into the chorus. This propels the song forward and helps it build.” (Josh Dion)
“A working relationship obviously requires dedication, and some of that dedication is to the task of clearing the path of the obstructions our partners put down behind them and before us, and making our way to them whether they like it or not.” (Geoff Kraly)
The Paris Monster recording sessions must be really entertaining.
Check out their music on Spotify.
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